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Intertextile Shanghai to have various product zones
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Jul '16
To ensure fair participants can easily identify their target suppliers and buyers, organisers of Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics, which will be held from October 11–13, 2016, have again created a number of well distinguished product zones.

One is the Functional Lab, which will have two pavilions, organised by Invista and Gyeongbuk Natural Color Industry Institute, as well as innovators from China, Hong Kong, Israel, Japan and Korea.

Another is the Beyond Denim hall, where American design studio Doneger Creative Services will once again give this product area a new look under the theme 'Brooklyn Today'.

Doneger Creative Services is also developing a Denim Forum to illustrate the 200-year transformation of denim from workwear to high fashion, as well as reveal exhibitors' denim products and production technology under four themes: Modern, Heritage, Vintage and Rebellious.

Beyond Hall will additionally feature an extensive selection of denim products, including denim yarns, fabrics, accessories and machinery. Confirmed exhibitors include two first time exhibitors from Pakistan and Taiwan, as well as returning Hong Kong and Turkey suppliers.

The All About Sustainability zone contains three main areas. Educational Zone, which will be a focal point for sustainability related NGOs, certifiers, testing companies, business tools and solutions providers, dye and chemical manufacturers, as well as fabric producers.

EcoBoutique, which is a stage for fashion brands and retailers to demonstrate their latest collections of eco-friendly outfits, while Forum Space is an open platform for testing companies, manufacturers, suppliers, fashion brand buyers and textile media to share eco-related experience, knowledge and new technology. (AR)

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