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Zantman to participate in Modefabriek with 3 different brands
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Jan '09
This year Zantman Modegroep will be present at de Modefabriek RAI Amsterdam with 3 different brands to present their Autum/ Winter 2009 collection.

On Sunday 25 and Monday 26 January 2009 modefabriek, the fashion fair trade in the Benelux, is ready to show its new face. The modefabriek concept has been carefully improved and extended to include eight complementary segments. The new segmentation clearly reflects the current fashion scene in its totality and strongly focuses on quality, creativity and exclusivity.

Subculture (progressive independent brands), Department (modern cosmopolitan) as well as Next (new design) will be presented for the first time. In addition, Modefabriek offers plenty of room for new national and international talent to showcase their work, from promising newcomers to leading designers. The fair experience would not be complete without superstore, modefabriek's spectacular concept store. Superstore 06 - 'No borders! on art, craft & culture' - is fully dedicated to our worldwide cultural heritage. This boundless theme incorporates a wide range of multicultural products with a contemporary twist.

Zantman Modegroep is a dynamic and fast growing import firm and agency with various fashion brands, based in Amsterdam - The Netherlands, set up in 1995 by managing director and major shareholder Pascal Zantman.

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