Düsseldorf not only has some interesting fashion miles to offer, but fashion is created and presented in Düsseldorf. Numerous designers and brands have their studios or shops in Düsseldorf, including a number of the most famous designers of the luxury scene: Jil Sander, Gucci, Philipp Plein, Armani, Prada, Hermes, Burberry, Chanel, Laurèl and MaxMara are located with their shops on Königsallee, among others. The “Kö”, as it is affectionately called by Düsseldorfers themselves, is one of the best known and most popular luxury shopping miles in the world. This style is also reflected in the residents of the beautiful city on the Rhine. Some young design talents from all over Germany have settled in Düsseldorf, as some renowned fashion schools, such as the AMD – Akademie Mode & Design, the Design Department or the Mode Design College are located here.
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Düsseldorf stands for luxury, fashion & business
Düsseldorf’s fashion history dates back to the 18th century. Even then, the desire for fashion was transferred from the nobility to the common people. Not only respected and rich citizens enjoyed new designs and high-quality fabrics, even the poor people paid focused attention to their outer appearance and defined themselves through new fashion creations. Meanwhile Düsseldorf counts to THE fashion metropolis in Germany. Once a year, the capital of North Rhine-Westphalia becomes a fashion Mecca for fashion enthusiasts, designers and fashion buyers from numerous fashion houses.
Düsseldorf Fashion Fairs & Order Square
The well-known Düsseldorf Order Days “Collection Premiere Düsseldorf”, also simply called CPD, is next to the Fashion Week in Berlin THE fashion spectacle for various designers and buyers of fashion companies. The CPD has been held twice a year since 2012. Included are various fashion fairs, for example “The Gallery Düsseldorf”, “DATE” or “Supreme Women & Men Düsseldorf”.
Shopping in Düsseldorf – a culture
The citizens of Düsseldorf do not simply go shopping, for the Rhinelanders of the luxury-oriented fashion metropolis, fashion & shopping are a kind of culture that is gladly cultivated. The Königsallee is the flagship luxury boulevard in the Rhineland and stands for exclusivity, the Shadow-Akarden and the urban old town attracts with numerous small boutiques.