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'The Little Gallery' Show to start from July 7
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Mar '13
The Igedo Company has called into existence a new format for kids’ fashion – to be held at THE LITTLE GALLERY at the BOTSCHAFT venue in Düsseldorf from 7 to 9 July 2013. Already, market-relevant brands like ATTESA I CACHE COUER I DJO STYLE I JOHN W. SHOES I JONNY’S KIDS I KEEN ON I PIETRO BRUNELLI and star designer Harald Glööckler with his collection PRINCESS FOR A DAY as well as small individual labels like KLEIN & FEIN have all agreed to participate.

As an extra benefit the trade fair is offering visitors a professional and extensive supporting programme. Planned here are fashion shows, panel discussions and a trend area as well as get-together events. In addition to fashion for kids and teens, maternity wear, accessories and lifestyle products will also be on display – from basics, street and sportswear through to top fashion.

Commenting on this Ulrike Kähler, Project Director at THE LITTLE GALLERY said: “We have a consistent concept and are planning the fair with great attention to detail and with value added for visitors and exhibitors. We are focusing special attention on national and international visitor marketing. Here we are strengthening our activities. We have tailored dates and the sequence of days especially to retailers’ and buyers’ needs. Retailers, in particular, will be able to use the Sunday to place their orders at their leisure. This format means we can offer an interesting event combining information and communication.”

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