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Get ready for INDIGO in the heart of Paris
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19 and 20 January 2012: a new date to include on the textile show calendar. Indigo, the world's leading show for textile design and creation, is launching a new edition dedicated to the home and decoration in the heart of Paris.

An event that has its natural place during the Home & Design Week in Paris in January 2012, in synergy with the existing trade decoration and design events and Editors' showroom presentations.

It targets professionals in the decoration, design and lifestyle sector, accommodated in a richly historic site, the Bourse du Commerce. Conveniently served by public transportation and in the heart of a vibrant neighbourhood rich in commerce and culture (Chatelet, Les Halles, the Place des Victoires, The Louvre and more), this round building, topped by an imposing dome with monumental frescoes, will allow for an original and high-quality exhibitor installation.

Leading international studios are expected at this event, whose numbers will be intentionally limited at the start. For this new Paris edition, the show will present a creative, multi-product offer of textile patterns and designs on a mix of supports, for furnishings, curtains, wallpaper, and bed and table linens.

The creation of Indigo Paris Home Edition strengthens the Indigo brand, which now includes the Indigo Brussels edition for home-furnishings specialists as part of MoOD (in September), the Paris Fashion edition, held each February and September as part of Première Vision Pluriel, and Direction by Indigo (New York), the leading show in the North America market.

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