Another Bluezone Edition
Next week on Tuesday the 30th and Wednesday the 31st of August, there’s another edition of Bluezone taking place in Munich, Germany as part of Munich Fabric Start. The Bluezone denim fabric tradeshow is back with a bigger edition than ever! This time they set up their Bluezone Campus for two days so everyone can join and meet each other while seeing the new denim trends, and collections, joining workshops, and meeting everyone again.
The Bluezone Campus Theme
Bluezone will take place with their exciting Campus, so expect the typical American feeling with a yellow bus, basketball court in the Blue Park, and the library. But, there will also be a Charity Store where special Bluezone caps, socks, bags, and bottles as well as Floyd Travel Cases will be available for purchase. All for a good time, but also for a good cause as 50% of the proceeds will go to the fair for Ukraine charity project, an initiative of Munich Fabric Start.
Around 100 International Denim Companies Under One Roof
The fully booked Bluezone tradeshow will take place in halls 6 and 7 and will be the place to be for the blue denim community. This time around 100 international denim mills, weavers, manufacturers, and finishing companies will be showing their latest innovations and trends in the Zenith Hall and the coal bunker. It’s a must-go for every denim professional!
Two New Special Projects
At the upcoming Bluezone tradeshow, two new projects that could not be more different will show how the process steps of denim production are optimally interlinked in a way that conserves resources: Denim finishing on a next level. Right at the entrance to Bluezone, an automated high-tech machine park awaits the visitors. Wiser Tech presents how cloud- and AI-based solutions can revolutionize denim finishing. The result: fully traceable and sustainably optimized finishing processes.
The Made In Italy Section
This time Bluezone will organize a special made in Italy section at the tradeshow too where you can explore everything from creation to fabric production, denim laundry to ingredients. The new project The Italian Luster, shown for the first time at Bluezone in Munich, depicts a fully integrated value chain of Italian denim production. The participating companies include ACM Trims, Berto
Industria Tessile, the Elleti Group, Fashion Art and Olimpias. The Italian Luster alliance stands for the highest quality, flexibility in production capacities, and sustainable innovations.
Inspiring Workshops And Lectures
For the first time, Bluezone will cooperate with the Transformers Foundation with special lectures and workshops during the show. The core topic of sustainability will be held on two consecutive days. On 30 August, the focus will be on energy and decarbonization. On the following day, the focus will be on the review and exchange of the Transformer Reports on unethical behaviour and cotton.
Further information on the lecture and event program can be seen on Bluezone’s website here.
The After Party
On Tuesday the 30th of August, there’s an after-party in the outdoor area themed Munich Fabric Night where you can relax after the show with cold drinks and fine food to celebrate seeing everyone live again and meet like-minded people.
When & Where
Tuesday the 30th + Wednesday the 31st of August