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Top retailers confirmed to participate in Intertextile Beijing
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Mar '11
The internationally renowned Intertextile Beijing Apparel Fabrics, will take place for three days from 30 March 2011 at the China International Exhibition Centre. Nearly 1,200 suppliers from around the world are confirmed to participate, an increase of 6 percent from the previous show. Originating from 16 countries and regions, exhibitors will showcase a variety of products suitable for menswear, ladieswear, casualwear, functional / sportswear and denim on 50,000 sqm of exhibition space.

“Intertextile Beijing Apparel Fabrics has yet to reach its fullest potential,” stated Ms Wendy Wen, Director, Trade Fairs for Messe Frankfurt HK Ltd. “Each season, our show grows in scope, from expanding our product sectors to finding new suppliers, we are committed to help drive the textile market sector in China forward.”

She added, “A clear indication of our team's dedication is the growing number of top retailers who are attending, such as Burberry, Mango, Newtimes, Polo Ralph Lauren and TAL who will participate in our exclusive Business Matching Programme. We are confident that attendees will not only see the difference but feel it as well.“

A focal point at this year's spring fair is the new SalonEurope (Hall 3), which groups some suppliers into pavilions from Germany and Italy; as well as individual suppliers from Portugal, Switzerland, Turkey and the UK. Visitors can expect to find accessories, cotton blends, wovens and silks, plus many other luxurious materials including super fine wools, mohair and cashmere in the SalonEurope.

Aside from European made products, a collection of items made by reputable and established Asian manufacturers will be on-site. These include a Japan zone (Hall 4) as well as country / region pavilions from Korea (Hall 2), Pakistan (Hall 4) and Taiwan (Hall 4). An assortment of denim, cotton, functional and eco textiles are offered in these special areas.

Additional country / region representation includes: Austria, China, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Thailand and the US. Another key component of the product groups offered at the show is the expanded Accessories area, occupying the entire hall 9 and a portion of hall 7.

Meanwhile, some 900 suppliers from China offer competitively priced products and are organised into product end use (Halls 1, 5 - 9) including shirtings, ladieswear, casualwear, functional wear/sportswear, shirtings, denim and accessories.

One of the fair favourites, the Intertextile Directions trend forum (Hall 2) incorporates references on specific colour ranges, directions on fabrics, prints and garments, delivering an energetic insight for the SS12. This season, forecasters from Doneger Creative Services – New York, the US are in-charge of the entire conceptual on-site design.

Also ideal for inspiration are the two Fabrics China trend forums offering a glimpse into what fabrics, colours and textures will be in style for both menwsear (Hall 1A1) and ladieswear (Hall 8A) for the following SS12 season.


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