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This is berlin showroom

Berlin Showroom is the destination to discover leading fashion design from Berlin. Berlin Showroom bi-annually presents the best of German fashion to international buyers and press providing a unique opportunity for groundbreaking and cutting-edge designers to promote themselves outside Berlin.

Berlin Showroom is pleased to introduce the Autumn/Winter 21/22 designers. In addition to our brand new online showroom, we will present a selection of designers at three small showroom locations in Berlin, Vienna and Tokyo.

In order to offer you the best possible service, we kindly ask you to book your online appointment —via Zoom or through any other platform of your choosing— according to the dates of our showrooms. Please be aware that different labels are presenting their collections at different locations and on different dates.

For those of you located in Vienna, Berlin or Tokyo, we are looking forward to meeting you in person and walking you through the Autumn/Winter 21/22 collections of our showroom labels. We kindly ask that you check the showrooms‚ dates and fix your appointment accordingly. We will strictly adhere to all COVID-19 safety measures.

Below you will find the details for all showrooms.

Berlin showroom at…

DACH Online Showroom

#Damur—Aline Celi—Esther Perbandt—Franzius
Hänska—Johanna Gauder—Marcel Ostertag
Perlensau—Schmiede Bosslau—Starstyling

digital.dachshowroom.com

DACH Showroom in Vienna
February 23 – 25, 2021

#Damur—Hänska—Starstyling


Vienna Ballhaus
Berggasse 5
1090 Vienna, Austria
(and online via video appointments)

DACH Showroom in Berlin
March 2 – 4, 2021

#Damur—Aline Celi—Hänska
Marcel Ostertag—Schmiede Bosslau

Atelier
Prinzenstr. 84
10 969 Berlin, Germany
(and online via video appointments)

DACH Showroom in Tokyo
March 23 – 25, 2021

Esther Perbandt—Johanna Gauder—Schmiede Bosslau

20-5-B1, Daikanyama-cho, Shibuya-ku,
150-0034, Tokyo, Japan
(and online via video appointments)

Berlin Showroom was initiated by Projekt Zukunft / Berlin’s Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises. It is largely financed by the programme ‘Opening up New Markets’ and the EFRE fund. The joint presentation is realised by IDZ Designpartner Berlin GmbH in cooperation with Arne Eberle press+sales and the Regional initiative Projekt Zukunft.