From 12 to 14 July the Supreme Kids will take place on the grounds of the MTC world of fashion in Munich. 23 new exhibitors from 13 countries present their SS20 collections. On 12 July, Luna Journal invites you to the sixth Business Talk.

According to Supreme Kids, the demand from exhibitors is unbroken. The Supreme Kids has increased its internationality and is thus expanding its diversity. The range at the children’s fashion fair includes a large selection of maternity wear, accessories, homewear and shoes. –

“We are extremely pleased that, despite the turbulent times in the markets, we are able to welcome over 75 per cent of our exhibitors from last year back to our stand and have won many new ones,” says Aline Müller-Schade, Managing Director of The Supreme Group. “Our exhibitors come from Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Denmark, many Eastern European countries and overseas from Australia, the USA and Peru.

Munich as a fashion location also has a very positive effect, attracting international labels of distinction. “The further increase in the number of international companies opting for Supreme Kids and Munich as a location to conquer the German market is very encouraging,” says Sybille Mutschler, Project Manager of Supreme Kids. New exhibitors include well-known brands and agencies such as George Gina & Lucy, MarMar Copenhagen, Purekids Wholesale Aps, Tuc Tuc – Canada House and Kaspi – Tejidos Organicos.

The sixth Luna Journal Business Talk

On 12 July, the Luna Journal Business Talk enters its sixth round with the main topic: “Go green – how can I make my corporate philosophy more sustainable? The talk offers dealers an insight into the advantages of a sustainably managed company. In a study by Facit and Serviceplan, 69 percent of consumers stated that the aspect of sustainability influenced their purchasing decisions. The more transparency a company offers its customers, the more they are willing to pay for a product. Accordingly, the participants of the Luna Journal Business Talk will discuss the area of responsibility of a sustainable company and explain how companies can create a balance between economic, ecological and social dimensions. The children’s fashion fair Supreme Kids is also aware of its position and would like to list sustainably producing exhibitors separately in future.

The sixth edition of the Luna Journal Business Talk will be moderated by Jamie Proske, Managing Editor B2B. In addition to interesting guests from the retail industry such as Mrs. Laure Bertrando, Corporate Communications & PR Manager of Lässig GmbH, Laura Grosser, Managing Director of Green Cotton Group Germany GmbH and Maike Blankenstein Sales & Marketing Coordinator of Kavat and Stephanie Essler, Project Manager of Supreme Body&Beach will also take part in the talk. Interested exhibitors and visitors can meet on 12 July in the MTC, house 1, on the 2nd floor in room 202 at 1 pm.


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