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Los Angeles Textile Show to debut exciting new features
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Aug '16
Courtesy: Californiamarketcenter
Courtesy: Californiamarketcenter
Los Angeles International Textile Show (LA Textile) will debut exciting new features for its designer audience, which returns to the California Market Center (CMC) on September 26-28, 2016.

The show floor has been expanded to include and accommodate the addition of new product categories and exhibitor groups at LA Textile.

Visitors will find an entirely new 13C Show area, a new Sourcing Pavilion, the return of the Korean Textiles Pavilion, and new partnerships with PeclersParis and other industry influencers.

The Sourcing Pavilion is an organic response to the steady increase in exhibitors catering to product development needs over the past few shows.

Exhibitors in this area will include factories, patternmakers, sample makers, specification companies, cutting, dyeing, and textile testing, to name a few.

While the Korean Pavilion on the other hand, will feature a curated selection of Korea's top fabric mills and sourcing companies.

LA Textile's partnership with global trend forecasting agency PeclersParis will see the agency offer attendees an elevated, global aesthetic and perspective to trend and design information.

Using carefully curated exhibitor fabrics and trims, PeclersParis will illustrate its four key trends for Fall/Winter 2017/2018 in the show's Trend Forum display. (AR)

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