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Trends revealed for Christmasworld 2020

The world’s leading trade fair for festive and seasonal decoration has revealed the trends and fashions which will be on display at the 2020 show.

Christmasworld 2020, which will be taking place from 24 – 28 January, will see three main trends being highlighted, providing the retail trade with an exclusive tool for creating their own selections for the upcoming festive season in 2020/21.

The Christmasworld Trends for 2020/21 have been identified as ‘green ritual’, ‘silken party’, ‘happy get-together’ and ‘luminous celebrations’; highlighting what trend experts are predicting to be the hot properties for Christmas 2019/20.

The experts from Stilbüro bora.herke.palmisano will be giving trend talks every day during Christmasworld and will be there to explain the three style scenarios. The trend lectures will take place from 24 to 27 January 2020 at 11.00 and 13.00, and on 28 January 2020 at 12.00.

The ‘Christmas and Seasonal Decoration’ sector of the show will be in Hall 12, which plays home to spring, Easter, autumn and Halloween decorations.

In 2019, 45,304 visitors from 123 countries attended Christmasworld to discover the latest products and trends being shown by 1,085 exhibitors from 44 countries.

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