“We will prove to trade visitors the secret of an excellent fit and bring them into contact with our brands as often as possible,” says Gerhard Kränzle, CEO and majority shareholder at GARDEUR GmbH.
Awaiting visitors in the entrance hall is the presentation of the largest brand Atelier GARDEUR with its trousers and skirts. In Hall A the subsidiary line G DESIGN will be presented in familiar progressive style while the premium women’s trousers line Thomas Rath Trousers will be housed in the exquisitely designed “L’Hôtel” area.
“We see Panorama as an excellent platform with a future. Organiser Jörg Wichmann and his team have identified a key segment here and created a high-frequency trade fair in record time that also attracts an international audience. With our 54% export quota this was a key factor affecting our decision to opt for this location,” says Gerhard Kränzle.
“At the same time, the trade fair has already set a new standard of excellence in organisation and customer orientation – both for visitors and exhibitors alike. This is why we feel in very good hands with our now three brands!”
This will already be the third season GARDEUR is represented at Panorama with G DESIGN while Atelier GARDEUR and Thomas Rath Trousers will be celebrating their premiere at the fair in January 2014. The trouser specialist also exhibits at the following fairs:
-WHO’S NEXT, Paris, 25–28/1/2014: Atelier GARDEUR Womenswear
-CIFF, Copenhagen, 30/1–2/2/2014: Atelier GARDEUR
- CPD, Düsseldorf, 31/1–3/2/2014
Atelier GARDEUR, Hall 29
Thomas Rath Trousers, Kaiserswerther Straße 196
G DESIGN, temporary showroom
- Moda, Birmingham, 16–18/2/2014, Atelier GARDEUR Womenswear
- CPM, Moscow, 25–28/2/2014, Atelier GARDEUR and G DESIGN, Hall FO, Stand B22
The Mönchengladbach-based trouser specialist GARDEUR manufactures high-quality women’s and men’s trousers with a perfect fit. The Group’s portfolio includes the brands Atelier GARDEUR, G DESIGN and Thomas Rath Trousers. In-house designers, pattern makers, lab assistants, tailors and laundry engineers in Germany and Tunisia follow every single development step of a GARDEUR pair of pants.