The 7th CPM – COLLECTION PREMIERE MOSCOW, from 6-9 September 2006 at the Krasnaya Presnaya Expocentre, offers its numerous international trade visitors a unique overview of women’s, men’s and children’s fashion, young fashion, lingerie, leather and fur garments and accessories. In a total area of approximately 40,000 square metres, more than 1,100 labels from 31 leading countries will present their spring/summer 2007 collections.

Since September 2003, CPM has grown continuously. The floor area has been expanded by approximately 9,000 square metres compared with the event in March 2006 (31,000 square metres). Countries such as Austria, Bulgaria, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Rumania, Great Britain and Türkiye are represented at CPM through country exhibitions, as are individual presentations from various nations. But also well-known Russian labels, importers, distributors and agencies will exhibit at the fair. The largest country pavilions are Germany with ca. 3.000 square metres and Italy with ca. 2.500 square metres.

CPM – COLLECTION PREMIERE MOSCOW has established itself in the Russian market and is used by exhibitors as well as visitors as a communication platform for the fashion business between Russia and Europe. Here, new contacts are made, old contacts are reacquainted and reliable distribution partners are sought and found.

The continuous growth of the fair demands a steady flow of new ideas and changes in order to satisfy the growing number of exhibitors and their diverse needs. New sub-segments have been and are still being created to structure the event around focal points and more effectively reach target groups.

The expansion of the new segments CPM Kids, Young Fashion and Lingerie – implemented at the last CPM – COLLECTION PREMIERE MOSCOW – is the focal point of the trade fair.

CPM Kids is the ‘who’s who’ of kid’s and baby fashion and meets in hall 3. After the huge success of CPM Kids at the last fair in the spring of 2006, numerous renowned international labels are presenting themselves here: Pampolina, Sterntaler, Laura Biagiotti Dolls, Claire Kids, Tuc Tuc, Trussardi Baby Junior, Disney, Kenzo, Kookai, Pomme, Valenri, Lemmi and many more. The segment was successfully expanded and offers international associations a chance for new markets in Eastern Europe.

First implemented in September 2005, the ‘Young Fashion’ segment has proven itself as a trade visitor magnet. Leading trend labels such as Scotch & Soda, Desam, Westland, Park in Town, Broadway, Yax, Albana, Elit TK, Hydepark, Churinga, Soda/Track, Ecolo Jeans and Miss Denim will show their collections on the upper level of hall 3.

Right in the middle of CPM visitors will find everything for the attractive ‘underneath’. From undergarments to sleepwear and beachwear, prestigious exhibitors like Rösch, Magic Body Fashion, Gueta, Limots, Daniel Hechter, Féraud and countless others present themselves here. One highlight of CPM Lingerie is the interesting seminar programme on body and beachwear on the Russian market. The seminars are held in the Marmor Saal (Marble Hall) of the forum.

Numerous fashion shows, seminars and workshops will make CPM a one-of-a-kind experience for trade fair visitors. The daily CPM Catwalk in the Hall of Design, hall 4; the Spanish children’s fashion show ‘Children’s Fashion from Spain’ and the fashion show by renowned Russian designer Slava Zaitsev are only a few of the several highlights awaiting visitors of the fair.

Over the four days of the fair, promoter IGEDO Company predict roughly 16,000 visitors, travelling from St. Petersburg, Jekatarinenburg and South Russian regions like Volgograd among other areas.

The 8th CPM will take place from 27 February to 2 March 2007, as always at the fairgrounds of the Krasnaya Presnaya Expocentre.

The autumn edition will take place from 5-8 September. With these dates, the fair continues with its new running time of Wednesday through Saturday. The new dates are the IGEDO Company’s response to industry requests for an earlier date and its adaptation to the traditional ordering rhythm in the menswear and children’s fashion industries in order to offer more planning confidence for international business.