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Munich Fabric Start plans the 2nd Fabric Days for Spring/Summer 2022

As a result of the crucial developments, the organisers feel compelled to cancel View Premium Selection. Fabric Days from 26 to 28 January 2021.


Frank Junker, Creative Director Munich Fabric Start: “We are prepared to offer the industry a platform in Munich for personal exchange, provided that it is possible and can be justified by all those involved.” © Munich Fabric Start

  • Following the successful staging of Fabric Days at the beginning of September 2020 as the first physical trade fair after the lockdown, the organisers of Munich Fabric Start have started planning the next round of trade fairs for the Spring/Summer 2022 season.

  • The aim was to realise View Premium Selection as a Preview Textile Fair to compliment the main trade fair which would follow six weeks later in Munich.

  • Against the background of the current development, the organisers no longer consider a trade fair at the beginning of December to be justifiable or responsible.

Sebastian Klinder, Managing Director Munich Fabric Start:

“The decision to cancel the View Preview trade fair is a difficult one, however it must be based on our sense of safety and responsibility. After all, there are only a few weeks left until the beginning of December – a very short time in which the risk cannot be sufficiently assessed based on rates on infection to continue planning View. We have reached a point where we should reduce our travel and social contacts to a minimum – at least for the time being with the option to resume again in the coming weeks.”

Starting the new season with Fabric Days from 26 to 28 January 2021

The team is now concentrating on organising the second edition of Fabric Days from 26 to 28 January 2021 and is confident that they will be able to offer the textile industry the usual date to present the Spring/Summer 2022 collections. The condensed, business focused format of Fabric Days offers the required flexibility to be able to adapt quickly to any changes in the coming months. The main objective here is to offer the industry the necessary planning security and a physical textile fair for personal exchange. In this way, the organisers particularly rely on the support of the textile industry and the confidence placed in them during this extraordinary time. The organisers are again expecting a high-quality collection portfolio from around 400 international suppliers who will present their new products for the Spring/Summer 2022 season in Munich.