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April 19-20 :Brussels Fashion Sales

The Brussels Fashion Sales is an established name in the Brussels fashion world and has been around for more than 20 years.

Fashion, jewelry and accessories: the best of Brussels creations will be exhibited for a weekend in the beautiful setting of the Halles Saint-Géry!
This spring’s edition will take place on April 19 and 20 and will bring together about thirty designers, from the young graduates presenting their collection for the first time to the experienced designers offering their previous collections and prototypes at reduced prices.

« The Brussels Fashion Sales are a unique opportunity to discover what Brussels fashion has to offer, get to know and support local designers. It is also the perfect opportunity to treat yourself to beautiful, original and sustainable items at attractive prices. As designers, we love these moments that allow us to present our pieces and advise our customers » explains Valérie Berckmans, Brussels designer and organizer of the event.

« My colleague Elizabeth Djamdjiev and I also have the great pleasure of announcing the creation of the non-profit organization ‘Fashion in Brussels’, with which we will from now on organize the Sales. This non-profit organization was born from our desire to set up structures and organize events that respond to a series of concrete expectations of Brussels designers and allow them to make their work known to the public. This is the start of a beautiful adventure in which we are fortunate to be supported by Fabian Maingain, Alderman for Economic Affairs of the City of Brussels and by Barbara Trachte, State Secretary for Economic Transition of the Brussels-Capital Region.”

« By renewing our support for the Brussels Fashion Sales, we reaffirm our commitment to our Brussels designers, true guardians of our local identity. Their unique pieces and the service they provide to their customers embody the soul of our city. Moreover, this initiative gives new impetus to our entrepreneurs, encouraging them to persevere in their exciting work.” explains Fabian Maingain.

« Another fashion is possible! A fashion that does not destroy the environment. A fashion that does not trample on human rights. A fashion that enables those who create it to make a decent living from it. It is obvious for me to support the non-profit organization “Fashion in Brussels”, which represents a responsible approach to fashion: sustainability and creativity, local and ethical production. We ‘consume’ fashion every day. Governments must promote a vision of fashion that goes beyond the simple act of dressing, while supporting Brussels companies that respect eco-design and social progress.” specifies Barbara Trachte.

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