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SS12 season at CFF - strong merge of brands & designs

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Jul '11
The SS12 season is for many a season of reconstruction, innovation and a renewed positive outlook. Forthcoming fashion trade shows Terminal-2 and CPH Vision offers a strong merge of brands and designs, all contributing to an overall adventurous and fast moving platform.

These keywords for the SS12 season is the theme of our official campaign and will also be the mood setting on sites with expressive creations by Nicolai Bergmann, artistic exhibitions of Designers' Nest collections at CPH Vision and much more.

In August we welcome a wide set of new exhibitors at the fair. Here comes a quick go-through extracting what to expect at the summer trade shows from up-and-coming designs to well established and familiar brands;

CUTTER & BUCK: Sportswear is bigger than ever and these days not just for sports as much as for stylish daywear with a casual and effortless appearance. Cutter and Buck masters the skills of golf wear.

“We design clothes in partnership with international names such as Annika Sörenstam and Stuart Appleby, with feeling, precision and skill. The result is a combination of practicality and modern leisure that is appreciated by all those who know that golf is so much more than just a game”. Explore the Cutter & Buck stand at Terminal-2 no. T097

HELLY HANSEN: “We work hard so you can play hard” Also in the performance gear category, we are proud to present Helly Hansen – a brand in the need of no further introduction. Visit them at stand T058 at Terminal-2.

STYLEIN: Minimalism and Beauty are controlling this Swedish brand designed by Elin Nyström claiming to be “Addicted to Balance” and predicted a bright, shiny not least global future. “All designs are inspired by the energies of life, which gives Stylein its unique expression - always with beautiful lines and rare details”. Do not miss out on Stylein! Visit the stand at CPH Vision 116

MAISON: “Maison is a reflection of now and tomorrow”. The skilled Cecilie Toklum continues to outdo herself with aesthetic, non compromising collections showing Maison footwear as unique art pieces. See for yourself in CPH Vision Stand 091.

BOOMERANG: Boomerang is not only a brand name. Boomerang is a principle about returning and sustainability. Nature is this brand source to force: “The sea, the rocks and the waves which never abate. The ice and snow that freezes and melts, and freezes again. A never-ending cycle. Exactly the way we want our clothes to be. Be thrown by Boomerang at Terminal-2 stand T002.

HELJE HAMRE: With a show in the official Copenhagen Fashion Week calendar, this Norwegian is unquestionably one to watch! Having worked with the world's design elite, we are honored he made his way to Copenhagen and the CPH Vision Fairs. Get stunned by his beautiful creations at stand 023.

KUDO SHUJI: The budding jewelry designer about his collection “I design jewelries as "wearable art". Grace is importance formy works. I take advantage of grace, space, the shadow picture, and the solidity of works to have people feel the afterglow of life. I wish that my works becomes a part of people's live”. By The Japan Times Kudo Suji's work is described as “polished asteroids”. Kudo Suji's artistic treasures can be sighted at stand 107 at CPH Vision.


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