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Apparelsourcing Paris opens its doors from February 17
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The eighth edition of Apparelsourcing Paris opens its doors to visitors from February 17-20, 2015 and expects a 20 per cent hike in the number of exhibitors from the previous edition.

Messe Frankfurt, the organisers expect more than 135 manufacturers from Bangladesh, China, Hong Kong, India, Pakistan, Vietnam, Turkey, Tunisia, etc to partake at the fair.

India is represented by more than 30 companies and will exhibiting mid-range entry level fashions, particularly in mixed casual wear, bottom pieces for men, women and children.

Apparelsourcing Paris will roll out a high-quality, multi-range offer, highlighting solutions for supporting the production of branded and designer collections.

This represents a unique offer in Europe, with the short cycle of the Mediterranean Rim available to put collections into the shops in record time.

“Multi-sourcing remains indispensable to enable brands and designers to deliver their collections in time, at the lowest possible cost,” Michael Scherpe, CEO of Messe Frankfurt France said.

He added, “Apparelsourcing Paris is the only European trade fair where professionals can find all their sourcing solutions and a quality offer at the best possible price”.

Among other attractions at the fair, Fashion on Display is a showcase made up of mannequins dressed in exhibitors’ pieces, selected from all the product ranges by the fair’s artistic directors.

The exhibitors selected, thus benefit from exposure to visitors, as pieces are displayed with all the relevant information, the name of the company, stand number, description and price.

The artistic directors are expected to pick out very sharp and timeless pieces for the February event. (AR)

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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