The Fashionist South Africa fair will hold its second edition from Thursday to Saturday, May 21 to 23, at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg, open daily between 10am and 5pm.
With approximately 100 registered fashion brands as exhibitors, the upcoming edition has already exceeded its target offer and looks fully set to meet the expectations of fashion industry professionals. The aim of The Fashionist South Africa is to accompany and support a highly dynamic Turkish, French, Italian and Spanish fashion industry through meetings with African buyers, distributors, retailers and agents.
Drawing on the strength and experience of Turkish-based Turkel Fair Organization, the leading organiser of trade shows in Turkey and abroad, The Fashionist South Africa is also actively supported by three main professional associations: FFPAPF from France (Federation Française de Prêt à Porter Féminin – Federation of French Women Apparel), BMD from Turkey (United Brands Association), and Moda España from Spain.
In this edition, approximately 100 brands will present their collections and developments from four countries: Turkey, France, Italy, Spain.
Global fashion brands from Turkey such as Damat Tween, Kiğılı, Tarık Ediz, Solido, Moda di Centone, Emporio Junior, Zingal Riche, Passion Line, Cakko will be showcasing their latest designs at the fair.
Federation of French Women Apparel will participate in the show with their international members’ brands such as Didier Parakian, Paul Brial, Pause Cafe and Lener Cordier. Italian children’s wear company Mafrat will display the latest offerings from its brands Ferrari Junior Collection and GF Ferre. Another Italian children’s wear company Mirtillo will also be at The Fashionist with its brand Unishop. Renowned Spanish footwear company Roberto Botella will present the latest collection of its women’s footwear brand El Dantes. Local footwear companies including Axcesorize ur Heels and The Chosen Manufacturing & Trading Pty. Ltd. from South Africa are also participating with their stylish products.
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