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Ten years of high-end apparel manufacturing solutions
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Nov '12
Made in France, three words that continue to resonate strongly in today’s market! Three words which, for the past ten years, have been central to the strategy of Eurovet, the fashion manufacturing specialist and organiser of Made in France by fatex, and of the French textile and clothing trade associations: the UFIH, GFF and UIT.

Made in France by fatex the 100% annual French trade show that brings together experts in the high-end luxury ready-towear and accessories sector.

Made in France will be held on 10-11 April 2013.

Made in France by Fatex showcases high-end manufacturing know-how and technical expertise, turning ideas into reality.

Made in France represents professions that are integral to the long-term development strategy of the high-end and luxury fashion sector. Capable of producing every type of fashion product (from series to custom products), they are able to respond directly to the needs of luxury fashion houses and brands with tailor-made solutions (design, manufacturing, services, just-in-time, etc.).

Made in France represents expertise in the great tradition of French fashion and style, and a wide range of specialist know-how, combined with the application of state-of-the-art technology in manufacturing and materials (automated cutting, for example), and an active policy of recruitment and training based on the transfer of skills and techniques.

Made in France represents a new generation of designers and entrepreneurs able to respond collectively to the increasingly specific needs of French and international contractors in the high-end and luxury fashion sector.

Made in France Made in France represents 10,000 highly qualified employees from 200 French SMEs dedicated to this high value-added brand.

Made in France represents a stylish, proactive response to consumer demand worldwide: since the start of 2012, the value of French clothing exports has risen to €2,977 million, with €1,942 million to the EU and the remaining €1,035 million to other countries. More than 7 out of 10 French people say that they are prepared to spend a little more to buy products that are “Made in France”.

Made in France represents a marketing and sales advantage for retail networks, which, thanks to e-commerce in particular, are playing a key role in its promotion.

Made in France by fatex is growing: this year the annual event for French high-end manufacturing specialists will be taking place in the fashionable Carrousel du Louvre in the heart of Paris, better to serve professionals in the high-end market.

For ten years Made in France by fatex a strategic initiative for the manufacturing industry, has brought together more than 100 dynamic industry players to present an infinite range of know-how and techniques: haute couture, custom ready-towear solutions, dressmaking, regular knits, circular knits, sleeved items, shirting, evening and wedding dresses, lingerie, corsetry, swimwear, nightwear, workwear and uniforms, sportswear, millinery, leather goods, footwear, gloves, ties and cravats, scarves, fans, umbrellas, hosiery, design studios, prototyping, pattern making, pattern grading, embroidery, lace, pleating, gathering, quilting, finishing, prints, sequins, ribbons, sashes, thread, buttons, packaging, ironing and pressing, materials purchasing, logistics, and management software – for mens, womens and childrenswear.

Made in France by fatex offering manufacturing solutions for high-end clothes and accessories with the key benefits of easy access, reliability and responsiveness.

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