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Plans for Denim Zone @ Intertextile Shanghai
Jun '10
This 19 October 2010, designers, retailers and garment manufacturers will have four days to update their latest collections from thousands of products to choose from at Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics. Some 2,500 apparel fabrics, accessories and textile related products suppliers will be classified into several easy to identify categories. The plans will improve the current layout, providing attendees with an effective and efficient business platform at the industry's largest trade event.

• Enhanced product categories improves fair layout
• Plans for Denim zone unveiled
• New concept 'Verve for Design' sets inspirational and creative stage for international textile designers

A new product group this year is the denim zone, which will group both international and domestic suppliers in hall W3. Fair organisers anticipate more than 70 manufactures to take part in this special area.

Continuing on the success of previous shows and keeping up with market demands, the textile designer studio, returns with an improved concept 'Verve for Design'. This dedicated area will focus on introducing international designers from Italy, Korea and the UK, who wish to reach out to targeted buyers from textiles and apparel manufacturers to trend book publishers and other traders.

Other special areas of interest include a lingerie and swimwear zone (W3), an accessories hall (E6), international halls (W1 – W3) as well as domestic exhibitors divided into product end use halls (W4 and E1 – E5) such as ladieswear, shirtings, suitings, sportswear and casualwear.

Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics
China International Trade Fair for Apparel Fabrics and Accessories
Shanghai New International Expo Centre, Shanghai, China
19 - 22 October 2010

Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd

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