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12 Indian exhibitors to partake at Apparel Sourcing Paris
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May '15
As of date 12 Indian companies have confirmed their attendance at the next Apparel Sourcing Paris trade show which runs from September 14-17, 2015.

“Of these, 11 are returning to Apparel Sourcing Paris for the second time and will be joined by a newcomer Rashish Enterprises,” a press release from Messe Frankfurt, the organiser informed.

Anjali Creations, BBK, Chinar Softech, Indkraft, K M Inc, Kishorilal, Mangalam, Meenakshi, Mint Impex, Seven Seas and Silk Appeal are among the Indian exhibitors returning to the trade show.

They will present collections in luxury materials such as cashmere, merino wool and silk for items destined for the top of the range.

They will also be showcasing items in natural materials such as cotton, wool, linen and bamboo, and man-made fibres for the mid-range and entry-level markets.

Almost 400 international exhibitors are expected at Apparel Sourcing Paris, a record since the fair was launched in September 2011 and an increase in excess of 40 per cent over September 2014.

Michael Scherpe, CEO of Messe Frankfurt France stated, “This growth shows that the event has established itself as the No. 1 European trade fair for global garment sourcing.”

“We have adopted the correct strategy for its development and are continuing to broaden its offer, which always puts an international range on show,” Scherpe added.

Visitors will be able to benefit from a very varied, high-quality offer, from entry level to top of the range, covering all ready-to-wear for women, men and children, and accessories too.

According to Messe Frankfurt, every aspect of fashion will be represented like knits, unstructured garments, casualwear, sportswear, denim, shirting, outerwear, evening wear, loungewear, etc.

The accessories segment, a developmental focus of the fair, will also welcome bags, gloves, ties and scarves.

Numerous solutions to the particular issues and challenges of the European market, which always attract strong interest from exhibitors because of the recovery, will also be highlighted. (AR)

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