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New Mexico pavilion to debut at Apparelsourcing USA
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Jun '16
A brand new Mexico pavilion, a revamped show floor layout and new Fashion on Display Trend Café promises to make the summer edition of Apparelsourcing USA the most exciting yet.
 
Returning to the Javits Convention Center in New York City, Apparelsourcing USA will once again open its doors to exhibitors and attendees from July 12-14, 2016.
 
As the only event on the East Coast to focus on finished apparel, contract manufacturing and private label development, Apparelsourcing USA connects attendees with suppliers specialising in ready-to-wear for men, women, children and accessories. 
 
Once again co-located with Texworld USA, Apparelsourcing USA will be the perfect opportunity for visitors to source complimentary products and manufacturing services from over 220 exhibitors representing nine countries, including the US, China, Bangladesh, Kenya, Taiwan, and more.
 
Alongside the returning Pakistan pavilion, the brand new Mexico pavilion will make its debut on the show floor with several exhibitors specialising in lingerie and activewear for men and women. Over three show days, visitors will have the opportunity to explore products across 12 end-use groups, including womenswear, menswear, activewear, knits, wovens, denim, childrenswear, intimates and more.
 
In addition to exploring services and resources from a variety of global suppliers, attendees will experience new product category designations on the exhibit hall floor – 'casual' and 'formal'. This new and simple categorisation of product offerings will allow attendees to more-easily navigate the show floor and find what they are looking for.
 
New to the Apparelsourcing USA, the Fashion on Display Trend Café will provide attendees with a preview of the best of exhibitors' manufacturing capabilities and finished apparel products. “Our new 'casual' and 'formal' categories are designed to make navigating the show floor much easier and we hope that the upgrades we have made to the show's Fashion on Display area will really elevate the attendee experience at Apparelsourcing USA,” said show director Jennifer Bacon. (RKS)
 

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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