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Intimates & beachwear fabrics show to hit Paris this July
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Apr '12
For its second July edition, Interfilière Paris will be occupying Pavilion 1 at Porte de Versailles, alongside Mode City on July 7th, 8th, & 9th 2012. This is the third show of the year for the Interfilière brand, following Interfilière Paris in January and Hong Kong in March.

The world's leading trade fair for intimates and beachwear fabrics, Interfilière Paris is the only international-scale event that brings together two key markets with Mode City: both the upstream and downstream industry sectors.

300 exhibitors are expected for a comprehensive product range, covering the intimates (100% of exhibitors in 2011), beachwear (56%), loungewear/homewear and wellbeing markets (25% of exhibitors) with a combination of creativity and innovation.

All the latest products are launched at Interfilière Paris, under the watchful eye of buyers, representing the most important brands and international labels.

This season, Interfilière Paris is placing the accent on beauty for the body with cosmetic textiles (slimming, skincare, etc.) going from strength to strength every year, from both a technological point of view and in volume terms within fabric collections. A guided tour and conference by La Fédération, with an accompanying study, will enable stylists and buyers to get to grips with these new fabrics.

Dogi International Fabrics was elected Designer of the Year, within the framework of Paris, Capitale de la Création in January and will continue to enjoy centre stage at the July show.

The five nominees for the 2013 Interfilière Paris election will also be announced at the end of Mode City's Designer of the Year award ceremony.

Organized jointly with Mode City, the conferences explore the latest news and trends. As is the case each session, a Summer 2014 preview conference, led by Jos Berry, director of the Concepts Paris trend forecasting agency, will be held on behalf of those exhibiting at the January 2013 session of Interfilière Paris, a number of VIP buyers and the press.

The fourth photography competition, reserved for exhibitors, will explore the theme of beauty, in line with show trends.

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