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Bestseller Group to partake at Bread & Butter
06
May '13
At the upcoming event from 2-4 July 2013, BREAD & BUTTER welcomes the BESTSELLER group.

BESTSELLER is a family-owned clothing and accessories company founded in Denmark in 1975 by Merete Bech Povlsen and Troels Holch Povlsen.

By now, BESTSELLER has advanced to become one of Europe's biggest apparel companies. Apart from 3,000 chain stores, Bestseller supplies ca. 12,000 multibrand and department stores in 53 countries worldwide.

With the brands J. LINDEBERG, JACK & JONES, JUNAROSE, MAMALICIOUS, NAME IT, ONLY, OBJECT, OUTFITTERS NATION, PIECES, SELECTED, VERO MODA and VILA, the group presents itself on more than 6,000 sqm in the whole hangar 1 on the grounds of the former airport Berlin-Tempelhof.

Karl-Heinz Müller, Managing Director BREAD & BUTTER: "With the BESTSELLER group, we extend our brand portfolio with a versatile and important business partner for the international retailer. The brands of the Danish company are progressive, contemporary and very successful. BESTSELLER at the BREAD & BUTTER is a perfect match and we are looking forward to a collaboration that is successful for all sides."

Anders Holch Povlsen, owner BESTSELLER Group: "BREAD & BUTTER is one of the few fashion gatherings around the world that has stayed ahead and remains at the forefront of the branded fashion market. We look forward to be contributing as well as bringing a fresh approach. Most of all, we are excited about being with all our customers and show them the latest from our brands."

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