After the official welcome of B&B President Karl-Heinz Müller and his team, the Princesses visited British streetwear brands Superdry as well as newcomer Apricot, Urban Knit, Louche London, Yumi, Gina Stewart Cox and KuSan.
With their visit the Royal Highnesses support the British textile industry playing an important part in Great Britain. Karl-Heinz Müller: "13% of our exhibitors are British, thus, Great Britain represents the 3rd strongest country at BREAD & BUTTER. The Princesses' visit is an honour for our event as well as for our British friends."
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