Frankfurt Fashion Week

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The topics addressed by the Frankfurt Fashion SDG Summit are based on the priorities that were announced by UN Secretary-General António Guterres for 2021 in order to achieve the SDGs by 2030. Keynotes, interviews, panel discussions and performances will be taking a closer look at topics such as Sustainability by Design, Policy for the People, Climate, Oceans, Creatives for the Future and the Global Status of Fashion & Design. © Irina 27/stock.adobe.com

 
01/06/2021 – Frankfurt Fashion Week – FFW

Frankfurt Fashion Week – FFW

The 1st Frankfurt Fashion SDG Summit on 7 July 2021

The 1st Frankfurt Fashion SDG Summit, presented by the Conscious Fashion Campaign, in collaboration with the United Nations Office for Partnerships. By  Iris Schlomski
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Die Tradeshows Premium, Seek, Neonyt und The Ground sowie die Runwaypräsentationen werden aufgrund der andauernden pandemischen Situation für diesen Sommer abgesagt und finden nun erstmals vom 19. bis 21. Januar 2022 in der Mainmetropole Frankfurt statt. © Sina Ettmer/stock.adobe.com

 
05/05/2021 – Corona-Pandemie vereitelt Pläne

Corona-Pandemie vereitelt Pläne

Frankfurt Fashion Week 2021 nur als digitales FFW Studio

Die Frankfurt Fashion Week wird vom 05. bis 09. Juli 2021 nur digital stattfinden. Messe Frankfurt und Premium Group lancieren stattdessen das FFW Studio. By  Iris Schlomski
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Another season without meetings in person, handshake deals and relaxed socialising after a successful day at the fair: the sustainable fashion scene will have to go without a physical edition of Neonyt in summer 2021 too. © Neonyt, Messe Frankfurt

 
05/05/2021 – Corona pandemic foils plans

Corona pandemic foils plans

Neonyt: Digital summer season

Physical kick-off of Frankfurt Fashion Week in the summer is canceled. Neonyt brings sustainability to streaming line-up of new FFW Studios. By  Iris Schlomski
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The Conscious Fashion Campaign (CFC), working in collaboration with the United Nations Office for Partnerships (UNOP), will be the presenting partner of Frankfurt Fashion Week. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) The SDGs will be leading the way in shaping the fashion industry. © Irina 27/stock.adobe.com

 
02/12/2020 – SDGs will be a requirement for all exhibitors from 2023

SDGs will be a requirement for all exhibitors from 2023

Frankfurt Fashion Week: That’s going to be huge

Frankfurt Fashion Week is positioning itself with a consistently sustainable agenda. It’s a Transformation to a modern, resource-efficient fashion industry. By  Iris Schlomski
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Neonyt on air! The new virtual format will be running from 13-17 July 2020 on the tradeshow’s social media channels, in addition to the new digital order opportunities. © Messe Frankfurt

 
06/07/2020 – Online talks about business, lifestyle and knowledge

Online talks about business, lifestyle and knowledge

Neonyt on Air

From 13 to 17 July 2020, fashion and digital experts will be discussing during the virtual “Neonyt on Air” and will give an outlook for summer 2021. By  Iris Schlomski
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Es sprechen zahlreiche Punkte für Frankfurt als Modestadt. Frankfurt ist eine internationale Metropole und hat einen der größten Flughäfen der Welt. © Sina Ettmer/stock.adobe.com

 
25/06/2020 – International School of Management

International School of Management

Frankfurt auf dem Weg zur Modestadt

Die Fashion Week Frankfurt gibt der Bankenhauptstadt die Möglichkeit, eine neue Facette zu präsentieren. Eine Einschätzung von Prof. Dr. Pascal Bruno. By  Iris Schlomski
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Olaf Schmidt, Vice President Textiles & Textile Technologies der Messe Frankfurt: "Das Feedback seit der Pressekonferenz ist äußerst positiv. Alle sind sehr gespannt, wie es nun weiter geht." © Messe Frankfurt/Pietro Sutera

 
09/06/2020 – Von Berlin nach Frankfurt

Von Berlin nach Frankfurt

Frankfurt Fashion Week ab 2021

textile network hat nachgefragt bei Olaf Schmidt, Vice President Textiles & Textile Technologies der Messe Frankfurt: „An Berlin war nichts falsch.“ ... By  Ilona Schulz