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GTIPL to debut denim collection at Asia Apparel Expo
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Jan '15
Globe Textiles (India) Pvt. Ltd.  (GTIPL), an Ahmedabad-based leading manufacturer and exporter of fabrics and garments, will debut its famed denim collection at the Asia Apparel Expo 2015, to be held at Messe Berlin, Berlin, Germany from 15-17 February, 2015.
 
 
At Hall 26 Stand D53, GTIPL will showcase its denim collection, prominently featuring slim and trim fits, skinny and relaxed fits with urban cum roughshod look denims that match the moods of young and mod crowds who view fashion with a capital ‘F’.
 
Globe and Vivaa brand bouquet at the expo will comprise Afford, INDIGEN and IndieGirl that have taken the Indian e-commerce market by storm.
 
For cotton and mix lycra blended stretchy denim jeans, GTIPL offers traditional Indigo rock blue or mid blue, black, brown and different regular, skinny and tight fits to precisely wrap around the body wearing the jeans.
 
Set up in 1995, GTIPL has a well integrated manufacturing infrastructure and experienced manpower resources that make it capable of delivering quality and innovative textile products.
 
At Berlin, considered the Mecca of fashion, GTIPL intends to get fresh market access.
 
The fourth edition of Asia Apparel Expo will bring together 220 experienced suppliers from the world’s largest clothing producing countries and regions, including Bangladesh, China, Hong Kong, India and Pakistan, plus Belgium and the UAE. (RKS)
 

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