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15th December 2017, Munich

View presents fabric trends for Spring/Summer 2019

More suppliers, increased exhibition space and a continual rise in length of stay from high-quality visitors from home and abroad characterised the last edition of View, which took place in Munich last week.

The event has once again confirmed its position as the leading Preview Textile Fair, according to organisers. This is underlined not only by the numerous newcomers in the various product areas of women's and men's wear and denim, but also by the creation of further presentation space in the Gallery of the MVG Museum, as well as the additional use of the workshops for selected denim and sportswear suppliers. In particular, the strong, broad international collection portfolio from leading textile agencies made for a concentrated working atmosphere and a very positive mood over both days of the event.

The event has once again confirmed its position as the leading Preview Textile Fair. © View - Premium Selection

“This is more than a satisfactory result. We are particularly delighted at the rise once again in length of stay from the ever more numerous regular visitors. This means View has achieved its aim of becoming an early, professional and stable community platform with continuing growth potential,” said Wolfgang Klinder, Managing Director at Munich Fabric Start.

As many as four major renowned textile agencies presented their portfolio at the Preview Textile Fair at Munich Fabric Start for the first time. Alongside the textile agencies Max Müller, Thomas Geiger and Püttmann, Tex-Research also exhibited at View for the first time.

“We are very satisfied with the coordination and organisation of the trade fair. The mood at View and the setting of the show suit us and our fashion range. We have been able to welcome to the stand all our customers who attended the event. In July we will once again be represented at View with as many suppliers as possible to facilitate this relaxed and intense work in Munich,” commented Thomas Püttmann, Püttmann Textilagentur.

As many as four major renowned textile agencies presented their portfolio. © View - Premium Selection

In parallel to the increased numbers of pre-collections suppliers, the portfolio of quality collections in the View Fabrics and View Additionals segments rose from around 300 to a total of over 360.

According to organisers, the combination of Munich Fabric Start with the Bluezone and View Premium Selection gives rise to optimum synchronisation for the greatest possible planning security for collection design. Especially since the early ranges of fabrics and additionals are already well developed with strong, consolidated messages. To supplement this, numerous collections were broadened with topical and concentrated delivery themes for immediate ranges and/or Winter 18/19.

“For us the trade fair was very successful. Our customers are increasingly taking to this early date – and not just those from the region. Here it is not just about discussing new developments as is often the case at early events. This is also where we already see the first doubled goods. Furthermore, the new denim area with its connection to the workshops is very successful. The layout with short distances is perfectly designed. We feel very at home in this setting,” said Denis Purvis, Tejidos Royo.

The next Munich Fabric Start will be held at the end of January, from 30 January to 1 February 2018. © View - Premium Selection

“In addition to an initial selection from our summer range we also still feature selections from the winter collection. For Pronto Moda or for winter capsule collections. Overall, it is fair to say the strict division into seasons now only has limited validity,” added Michele Cappio, Cappio Tessuti.

The latest View has shown that a clearly defined format and a high degree of identification are considerable stabilisers for a growing and functioning community that generates a high level of efficiency, according to Sebastian Klinder, Managing Director at Munich Fabric Start.

The next Munich Fabric Start will be held at the end of January, from 30 January to 1 February 2018. Over 1,200 suppliers will be showcasing over 2,000 collections here for Spring/Summer 19.

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