For the first time afilii presents at Cookies Show Berlin – international children’s design & fashion show a variety of 12 designers from seven different countries. Those in our opinion have a great potential for international markets. We show products with a story behind. Products which engage kids with design. All these toys, home accessories and children’s furniture are examples of creativity wit and courage. Through this exhibition we invite you to discover design fit for kids. www.afilii.de
living & play – curated by afilii
7 – 9th July, 10 am – 7 pm
living & play exhibitors
Cookies Show Berlin
7 – 9th July 2015
daily 11 am – 7 pm
Note for editors
Press material and high-res pictures can be easily downloaded here: bit.ly/1GJYdRr
If you publish photos from the exhbitors, please name also: afilii – design fit for kids.
And we are really happy, if you can send us a link or a pdf after publication to ed.iilifa@esserp
For press requests please contact:
+49 (0)30 80 20 54 64
about Cookies Show
For the first time during the Berlin Fashion Week the German capital will also host an international trade fair for fashion and design for children at Airport Tempelhof. Goal is to unite players and visionaries of the “Baby-, Kids- & Maternity”-business under the umbrella of a new trade show concept. And the presence of the industry in Berlin is being used to establish a networking platform – with focus on sustainable debates with a clear value proposition.
about afilii – design fit for kids
afilii’s goal is to promote inspirational, creative and sustainable products that satisfy childens’ unique needs: toys, playobjects and childrens’ furniture. afilii offers values and orientation while transparently informing about every product: which materials were used under which circumstances, are there certifications or even awards? We at afilii aspire to introduce an international audience of interior designer, reseller, journalists and parents to design fit for kids.
Partner of “living & play – curated by afilii”
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