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Turkish Fashion Fabric Exhibition in New York City
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Jan '08
The Turkish Fashion Fabric Exhibition, organized by the Istanbul Textiles and Apparel Exporters Associations (ITKIB), is one of the most exciting and innovative textile shows in the United States.

The next show start from Tuesday and Wednesday January 22 to 23, 2008 from 9am-6pm daily in the Skylight Ballroom at the Puck Building located at 295 Lafayette Street at the corner of Houston in Soho, New York City.

This intimate exhibition features leading Turkish textile and fabric manufacturers, including top names such as: Akin Tekstil, Aksu, Bahariye, Bossa, Deba, Kimteks, Kivanc Tekstil, Soktas and many other notable names.

The Turkish Fashion Fabric Exhibition is well established in New York and the success of the show is evident in the quality of U.S. and International visitors who attend each season. To name just a few of the top names sourcing the show, ITKIB is pleased to welcome Ann Taylor, Ann Taylor Loft, Avalin, Banana Republic, Calvin Klein, Club Monaco, Eileen Fisher, J. Crew, Johnny Cottons, Marc Jacobs, Tommy Hilfiger, and Victoria's Secret.

The Turkish Leather Council is also pleased to announce show dates for 2008. The next edition of the Turkish Leatherwear Exhibition will take place Monday-Wednesday, January 28-30, 2008 from 9am–6pm daily at the Metropolitan Pavilion located at 125 West 18th Street in New York City.

An exciting addition to the show will be the introduction of dozens of leading “Raw” leather manufacturers in addition to the approximately 40 finished product manufacturers that have traditionally exhibited.

Istanbul Textiles and Apparel Exporters Associations


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