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Kleine fabriek preparing for start!
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Dec '11
The fourteenth edition of Kleine Fabriek will take place in Amsterdam January 2012. Preparations for the international trade fair for children's fashion, shoes, accessories and home & gifts are in full swing. With pleasure we notice that this winter our fair floor will offer a nice mix of beautiful brands again, where all segments are well represented; from clothing to shoes, from jeans to bedding and accessories, from baby to 16 yrs.

We are really pleased with the number of exhibitors taking part yet again. Loyal exhibitors include Claesen's, Retour Denim de Luxe, Moodstreet, Levi's, Oilily, O'Neill, Petit Bateau, Petit Louie, Kidscase, Kidz-art, Kik-Kid, Protest, Jottum, Salty Dog, Molo Kids, Gsus sindustries and Reset. We are also happy to welcome lovely newcomers, such as Rubber Duck, Versace Junior, Ninaluna and Dreamers. Furthermore Twin-Set girls, Cowboys Belt kids, Burlington, I love gorgeous, Mysweetshoe, Nono and Milk on the Rocks make their comeback to the fair. And this is just a little selection of the big list!

Our floor plan will be more segmented this winter: last summer we already placed together all home & gift stands, in January it will be even more visible in a special section, where the stands differ from our regular white stands. Great brands will present their collections here: our old time favourites Koeka, Esthex, Dwell Studio, Anne-Claire Petit, Bakker made with love, Design Heroes, Pakhuis Oost, Room Seven, Dumpling Dynasty, Kidkraft, Global Affairs, Bambam and Souza. And funky new ones: Sugar Booger, Chispum, Bunnykins, Lena Lindahl and Aden + Anais.

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