TrendSet Winter 2020: Here come the trends for S/S 2020 and Easter 2020
As the first Interiors & Lifestyle fair of the year, TrendSet Winter 2020 is presenting the latest trends for living, dining, leisure, and giving in Munich from 5 to 7 January 2020. For three days, trade visitors from all forms of trade can find out about new products for Spring/Summer 2020 and Easter 2020 and order them directly at TrendSet.
It will soon be time: TrendSet Winter 2020 will open its doors and present the latest trends from Interiors & Lifestyle for Spring/Summer 2020. Especially in the areas of floristry and decorations, the focus is on new products for the coming Easter festival. In 15 Interiors & Lifestyle Fair Areas and four Topic Areas, the exhibitors are presenting inspiring products all around living and giving.
The 15 Interiors & Lifestyle Fair Areas of TrendSet Winter 2020:
• Furniture & Lighting
• Decorations & Accessories
• Furnishings & Design Objects
• Home & Textiles
• Kitchen & Tabletop
• Food & Drink
• Gifts & Fun
• Spirituals & Souvenirs
• Christmas & Seasonals
• Floristry & Garden
• Stationery & Papery
• Office & School
• Hobbies & Toys
• Fashion & Jewellery
• Beauty & Wellness
TrendSet Topic Areas with new trends and innovations and new placement as well
In the Topic Areas as well, many new products and innovations will be waiting for trade visitors. In TrendSet Country & Style, there are trendy national costumes (Tracht) and modern Heimat Collections to discover. In TrendSet Newcomer, young companies and innovative product ideas will be waiting for visitors. TrendSet Bijoutex beckons with trendy products all about fashion, style, and fashion jewellery. In TrendSet Fine Arts, artists display their contemporary fine arts. The Topic Areas of TrendSet are even easier to find owing to their new placement: TrendSet Newcomer and TrendSet Country & Style in Hall B2, TrendSet Fine Arts in Hall B3, and TrendSet Bijoutex in Hall B4.
Even more offerings with new exhibitors
TrendSet Winter 2020 includes numerous new exhibitors presenting their innovative and trendy products in Munich. New to TrendSet are the following, among others: Artesania Esteban Ferrer S.L. (Spanish supplier and market leader in the area of boat models and nautical decorations), aveva design ab (Swedish design company), Fleurop AG (world market leader of flower delivery services), and Miraplast Kunststoff GmbH (traditional Austrian company for kitchen and household products made of plastic). The following exhibitors, among others, are again exhibiting at TrendSet: Bungalow (Danish label for interiors), Lauvring (Scandinavian interior decorating company), Meri Meri (British supplier of decorative and gift articles for children), and Pajoma (Ingo Steyer KG – German producer of room fragrances, room sprays, and fragrance oils).
Optimal date for the trade at the beginning of the year
The favourable timing of TrendSet Winter 2020 with a Sunday and a following holiday makes it easy for the retail trade to discover and order products at TrendSet for two full days. Large buyers, online retailers, and visitors from the hotel and catering industry can easily choose the Sunday, public holiday, or work day for their visits to TrendSet. The sales-oriented product concept of TrendSet, which guides each visitor clearly through the offerings of the exhibitors according to the industry sector and product assortment of interest to that visitor, enables the trade to find new trends quickly and simply. And there are numerous trends in January 2020. There are many new things to discover at TrendSet Winter 2020, from a cosy minimalism to sustainable futuristic designs and cheerful, experimental designs.
The trends in Spring/Summer 2020
The new central motif and the trend motifs of TrendSet Winter 2020 join together the looks and content of the trends. They show the way to the coming product worlds and give the specialty trade a preview of the trends in Spring/Summer 2020.
Sustainability is a big driver for new ideas and products in Spring/Summer 2020. But fun and creativity are not neglected. Fresh colours, high-contrast materials, vivid haptics, and a futuristic yet natural expression of the designs create a cosy minimalism. The new summer designs are naturally imperfect, modernly pure, and casually cool – sometimes in soft, lively, or luminous tones. The intended simplicity of many designs is manifested in elementary forms and imperfect surfaces. Iridescent, tactile materials set optical and haptic highlights. Naughty subjects combined with vibrant colours create cool urban styles. From pure to glamorous, from natural to peppy, the perfect look for everyone is available in Spring/Summer 2020.
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