Supreme Tracht&Country confirms its position as order show for traditional-style fashion in Munich

15 Sep 2014 Share

more than "Alps Romance"

Munich, September 2014 – During the recently concluded third edition of Supreme Tracht&Country (September 7th through 8th, 2014), MTC world of fashion, house one was home of traditional fashion trends. The unanimously positive feedback of the exhibitors is a reflection on the great atmosphere at the show, confirming the success of Supreme Tracht&Country’s concept, which focuses on traditional and country-style fashion rounded off by selected accessories. This consistent exhibition concept provides an overview of the coming season's fashion direction.

“All signs point to growth in this segment. Buyers and exhibitors were equally satisfied with their results on these two order days. The both pleasant and businesslike atmosphere as well as the great selection of labels are indicators that this event is the order platform for traditional and country-style fashion. Plus, the continuing “Alps Romance” trend and general popularity of all things country have certainly boosted Supreme Tracht&Country’s success”, says Martina Westermeier, project manager Supreme Tracht&Country.

Exhibitors at Supreme Tracht&Country hailed mainly from Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. Munich-based Frederic Meisner even drew German Alpine folk music star Patrick Lindner, who took the opportunity to discover the latest trends for the upcoming spring/summer season 2015.