Karl-Heinz Müller has cancelled his new trade fair format
Karl-Heinz Müller, founder of the Bread & Butter trade show, has cancelled his new trade fair format, L.O.C.K, just a few days after announcing its creation. L.O.C.K, or Labels of Common Kin, was to take place at the abandoned Tempelhof Airport in Berlin during Berlin Fashion Week. The event was cancelled due to too many uncertainties in relation to the venue.
Müller, however did not rule out the possibility of holding the event later this year. The event aimed to be a platform for independent and authentic brands. Like the section of the Bread & Butter show with the same name, L.O.C.K will be dedicated to authentic, heritage brands. Its market positioning will be an offshoot of that of the 14oz multibrand store operated by Karl-Heinz Müller, featuring authentic, heritage brands like Armor-Lux, Canada Goose, Frye, Barbour, Superga, Levi’s Made & Crafted, G-Star Raw Essentials and New Balance.