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First LondonEdge Berlin

LondonEdge is now just a little over month away from their first trade show in Berlin, taking place at the Adagio, between the 8th & 9th of July.
During the hugely successful twice-yearly Berlin Fashion Week, fashion buyers, trade experts and the media interact to enjoy a wide spectrum of fashion across numerous events, and to make life easier, we're offering a FREE LondonEdge shuttle bus service that will run between LondonEdge, Bright and Bread & Butter throughout both days. LondonEdge Berlin is located in the centre of West Berlin, in the midst of countless bars, theatres, restaurants, hotels & shops. 



Londonedge Berlin
With some of the most established brands in the industry sat next to fresh, young companies and emerging designers, LondonEdge is central to a powerful community of cutting edge, unique fashion businesses that are immersed in the lifestyle. July 2014 will see a key selection of  brands showcase their wares in Berlin for the very first time, and LondonEdge provides the industry with an environment with no holds barred & allows visionary brands to present their wares in a highly commercial space to a huge network of buyers, press and industry professionals. 

Confirmed Exhibitors
Alchemy 1977, Alchemy Empire, Alchemy Gothic, Alchemy Metalware, Alchemy UL13, Alchemy UL17, Banned, Bedroom Stories, Bioworld Merchandising, Boots & Braces, Burleska, Burleska, Chenaski, Crowded Teeth, Cyberdog, Dark Star by Jordash, Disney, Famous Stars and Straps, Freak Vertrieb, George Cox, GO2 GMBH, Hearts and Roses London, Hell Bunny,Hessar Trading, Hyraw Clothing, Jawbreaker, Jordash, Legend Stuff, London Rebel, Lostwear, Loungefly, Loungefly Hello Kitty, Mauber GmbH, Mexican Mob, Midnight Peepshow, New Rock, Pamela Mann, Pentagramme, Pete Chenaski, Popsoda, Private Zone, Qualishoe, Queen Of Darkness, Re-Agenz, Rebel- County, Spin Doctor, Sunset International BV, Superskull, Voodoo Vixen.

Learn more about LondonEdge in the fashion trade show section on Apparel Search.  You can also utilize that apparel events section to find additional resources in Germany.

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