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28 companies to feature at Denimandjeans.com - Bangladesh
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Sep '15
28 companies from around the globe have signed up to showcase their products at the upcoming fourth edition of Denimandjeans.com - Bangladesh to be held from October 7-8, 2015 at Hotel Radisson Dhaka.

“The theme of this show is 'Denim Playground Dhaka' where sporty innovations will be shown to visitors, who travel long distances to visit the show,” a press release from the organiser stated.

“At this point of time, when the denim industry has been hit by the 'Athleisure' threat, this Playground will try to push all denim players to contribute their bit to revamp this industry,” they said.

According to the press release, every relevant analysis shows that Bangladesh is now leading the charts in denim jeans exports to the 28 member European Union, followed by China.

Last year, Bangladesh shipped over 170 million jeans to the EU as against 115 million pieces of jeans by China.

Alongside, a fashion event titled Fashionim would also be held which is being sponsored by three exhibitors; Envoy Group from Bangladesh, Vicunha from Brazil and Bhaskar from India.

Additionally, seminars will also be held which includes a presentation on 'Fashion Applications to Amplify Denim Visuals' on October 7.

On October 8, a panel will discuss the issue of 'Profitable Environmentally Sustainable Denim Washing', organised by GIZ PSES.

This will be followed by an exclusive presentation on 'Bridging Research in Cellulose Chemistry for Denim Applications' by Christian Schimper.

Sandeep Agarwal, the founder of Denimsandjeans, the organiser said, "In our last edition, we were fortunate to have the Godfather of Denim, Adriano Goldschmied and popular denim consultant Piero Turk.”

“The reaction of Adriano Goldschmied to our show was way beyond our expectations and his compliment adds more mileage to our efforts,” he added.

"And last but not the least, this time, we are pleased to involve young fashion graduates of Bangladesh to present their new ideas through a competition at our show,” Agarwal stated.

“We hope to have some great designs from these budding designers and which I am sure will be appreciated by the visitors," he informed. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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