International Trade Show for Shoes and Accessories: Gallery SHOES in top form and with international tailwind.
Gallery SHOES is topfit and stronger for the second edition: Over 500 brands from 17 countries including Australia, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, France, the UK, Italy, Croatia, the Netherlands, Austria, Poland, Portugal, Switzerland, Spain and Turkey will be making their way to the Areal Böhler in Düsseldorf from 11 until 13 March. The new recruits to the PREMIUM area in the ›Gussstahlhalle‹ include Antonio Barbato, Gino B, Giorgio 1958, KEB, Manufacture d’Essai, Marc Cain, Mia Jahn and Strafford, plus Truman’s and Gianni Renzi in the ›Kaltstahlhalle‹.
And the new exhibitors in the Urban & Contemporary, ›Blankstahlhalle‹ and ›Alte Schmiedehallen‹ areas include Ammann, Bronx, CAT Footwear, Dachstein, Djinn’s, Erika Rocchi, Gianni Chiarini, HUB Footwear, Joy Harper, Mund:Art, Paco Milan, Panama Jack, Pantofola D’Oro, Pony, Replay, Steve Madden and Tizian.
The KIDS’ zone is now moving to a significantly larger area in the ›Edelstahlhalle‹. “The move and change of halls are a response to the high demand from the Kids’ segment. The demand was so high that we have been able to control the space required within the limits of the resources available to us,” says Ulrike Kähler, Managing Director of Igedo Company and Project Director of Gallery & Gallery SHOES. Other new additions here include brands like Bobux, Mkids and Vado Footwear. Comfort, which can now be found in the ‘Glühofenhalle’ and the ‘Alte Federnfabrik’, is welcoming the addition of brands like Aerosoles, JJ Shoes, New Feet, Recharge, Saydo, Sinnfonie, Stressless and Vionic.
“Our portfolio of brands covers the European market very well. Buyers are offered a clearly arranged and competent selection in compact, consolidated form. This is what makes Gallery SHOES such an efficient ordering event,” adds Ulrike Kähler.