Capsule at Postbahnhof Berlin
17 Jan. 2014
Show report: Capsule Berlin - Easy goingThis past Tuesday and Wednesday, Capsule Berlin once again offered a solid show platform for the upper streetwear segment. With some major usual exhibitors lacking such as Wood Wood, Sixpack France or Norse Project, the show still hosted many of its long-time partners such as Mark McNairy, Naked & Famous Denim, Obey and Libertine-Libertine together with some newcomers like young British brand Malmö London.
Woolen shirts at BWGH
“I have just signed an order with a new client from Korea,” reported Jochen Smuda of Ucon, who showed an enlarged women’s collection. Also Thies Müller of Frisur was very pleased with the reception of his brand. “It’s been a really really good trade show so far! We‘ve met really promising retailers and we also wrote some orders on-site,” he explained.
Lightweight sneakers at Adidas
The corridors felt a little less busy than usual with the second day being the stronger one. There was no exhibition area on the ground floor since the Collect Showroom, which showcases the collections of young and mostly local designers, has moved to the Premium trade show. Capsule’s cash-and-carry concept Donut Shop, which the fair introduced in Berlin last season once again, hosted products like perfume by Frau Tonis Parfum or tea by Paper & Tea. Visitors could also shop heritage inspired apparel at the pop-up shop of Swedish Pancho and Lefty store or get their beards shaved in a barbershop.
We wish all the participators of Capsule Paris a great start and good business!
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