The Village in Hall A3 promises lots of inspiration and synergies for the POS. Here, ten committed companies will welcome the fair visitors at their stands and on the cosy village square. This time, the German brands Bluxe, Frohstoff, Gift Company, Good Old Friends, Mossapour Interior Designs, Paperproducts Design, Pink Stories and Sompex will be there. In addition, the Village once again welcomes two Danish members in its midst: Bon Dep As No Filial and Piffany Copenhagen. The village community is united by its common idea: this includes, among other things, the development of its own collection, regional production locations and a mindful corporate culture.
The joint appearance, organised by the exhibitors themselves, places particular emphasis on communication and hospitality. Tobias Pommerich, Team Leader Marketing & Communication at Paperproducts Design, is particularly pleased about the presence: "The time during the pandemic made us aware of how incredibly important personal encounters are for our industry. That's why we create a lot of space on our village square for business exchanges - but also for the little breaks in between that are good for all of us."
In addition to many products and novelties, visitors to the Village can also expect cosy seating, cool refreshments, small snacks and plenty of inspiration to share. The latter is provided, among other things, by the "little houses" on the village square. They show eye-catching and easy-to-implement concepts for retail - creatively staged with the collections of the Village participants.
Treasure Island: Nordlichter set course for spirit of the time
Being guided by their own compass, developing new approaches and unearthing undiscovered treasures - these are the great strengths of Nordlichter. For Winter Nordstil, 20 young German and international labels have checked into the curated area in Hall A3. The manufactories, handicraft businesses, start-ups and designers are in tune with the spirit of the times with their fresh ideas. They range from jewellery, cosmetics and personal accessories to stationery, decorations and gourmet gifts to home textiles and home accessories. The designs usually originate from their own pens and are handmade in their own factory or sustainably regionally. This makes the Nordlichter area a treasure island for a handpicked product world that appeals to a sustainably oriented public.
Hema Kumar, for example, stands for this forward-looking approach. With her label FabRap, she seduces us into zero waste in its most beautiful form - with breathtaking gift packaging made of fabric. Inspired by the traditional Japanese art of furoshiki and the colourfulness of the Indian textile world. The German-Indian designer develops a wide collection of extraordinary packaging textiles. For the symbiosis of sustainability, user-friendliness and timeless elegance, she was awarded the German Brand Award in 2021. Rightly so: FabRap are made from 100 percent certified organic cotton and under ethical aspects. Unlike classic wrapping paper, they can theoretically be reused endlessly.
Can a towel be rethought? "Yes!" says Studio 6277 from Düsseldorf, which has achieved a real aha effect with its "Ooooh". The high-quality terry towel surprises with large, colourfully bordered holes in all four corners. The little trick is impressive: depending on your needs, the towel transforms into a bag, a laundry basket, a pad for the deck chair or a non-slip shower towel. Almost incidentally, the holes serve as practical hangers. Behind the design studio are the friends Ann-Katrin Weiner and Christine Holch, who have set out to provide the world with more feel-good design. That's why they are bringing one of their latest creations to Nordstil: a patchwork quilt for babies.
Your favourite city on the wall or would you rather have the whole world? Anna, Olli and Kaarlo from Finland make it possible. Under the label "Papurino Oy" they offer poetic home accessories made of high-quality natural materials. With their artfully handmade world maps and city maps made of wood, which are already known far beyond their national borders, as well as with their poetic prints or small but fine decorative items. The special thing: All designs come from their own pen and are handcrafted in Finland.
The Hamburg brand Coloristers demands more "bling bling" for everyone. That's why they design their jewellery creations to be as dazzling as life itself. The filigree handcrafted bangles, earrings and creoles are made of high-quality synthetic resin that offers an almost infinite variety of colours. The rich trimming with genuine Swarovski crystals makes these fashionable treasures an affordable alternative to real jewellery. Mama Petra, the creative heart of the brand, son Max and his girlfriend Lea are on board the Family & Friends company. They have their own creations made in an Italian family business that puts all its love and craftsmanship into the colouristers.
The next Winter Nordstil will take place from 14 to 16 January 2023 and the next Summer Nordstil from 22 to 24 July 2023.
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