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Children's market meets again at kleine fabriek
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Jun '09
On the 5th and 6th of July the ninth edition of kleine fabriek will take place.

This Summer, visitors will be able to see more than 400 new collections from all over Europe. All together, the exhibitors offer a balanced combination of established and upcoming labels, of fashion, accessories, interior products, gifts and toys.

Well-known brands such as Guess, Armani and first-time participants Hugo Boss, Jean Paul Gaultier Junior, Armani Shoes, Les Temps des Cerises, Noa Noa and Schiesser will be present. Smaller brands such as Clover New York, Robba Vecchia from France and Dutch Madreperla, Dumpling Dynasty from England.

Just like previous editions, this 9th edition has a strong international character: both exhibitors and visitors come from 24 different countries. Striking is that more and more brands produce in a ecological way. Fashion brands increasingly use biological cotton.

New this edition is the KF-bookstore. In co-production with Helden & Boeven Children's books from Amsterdam, kleine fabriek offers the newest and coolest books. For the second time, there is a special section for small brands that make a First step into the (Dutch) market,a section called 'premiere'.

Many visitors come for this very reason: to discover new brands and products. Also, there will be a photo shoot with children wearing clothing from exhibitors. The photos will be taken by Dutch photographer Anne Dokter.

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