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Three creative worlds to be highlighted at Texworld
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Jan '12
Nearly 630 international exhibitors will unveil their new products at Texworld for the 2013 Spring-Summer collection to visitors, with around 85 new exhibitors attending who will broaden the offer this February.

Firms from Turkey and South Korea are among the new exhibitors attending in force. New registrations from exhibitors from India, Hong Kong, Belgium, the United States, China, Italy, Turkey and South Korea...The latter two countries stand out with respectively a dozen new weavers for this summer season's show. For instance, Turkey is boosting its presence on the European market with a diverse range of offers: cotton, linen, denim and an excellent organic range.

With the advantage of economic stability, South Korea, a pioneer in Asia for functional textiles, intends to capture the European market. It offers products that provide an excellent mix of innovation and affordability. The upsurge of South Korea will please buyers particularly as casual fashions and outdoor clothing are gaining in popularity.

Here is a preview of the products from these new firms for summer 2013:

Linen
EFT SA – Belgium
Shenzhen Bao Ze Textile Co. Ltd. – China

Cotton
Fabric House – Italy
Altec Investment LLP – Pakistan

Silk and fabrics with a silky appearance
Z.Mert Ipek Fan.Kum.San.Tic.Ltd– Turkey
Aksoy Tekstil Örme Dokuma Konf – Turkey

Knits
Selçuk Iplik – Turkey

Functional textiles
One of the major specialities in South Korea with two companies not to be missed:
Dong Keuk Textile – South Korea
Song I Textile – South Korea

Prints
Zelouf International Corp – United States
Bugook D&P – South Korea

Embroidery and lace
India is a constant source of amazement with its centuries-old skills.
Devis Impex – India

Highlighting the three worlds at the exhibition
From the new My Texworld campaign, three domains: Casual View, Attractive Spirit and Strict Essence, will also be inaugurated.

• My Casual View that presents the urban world and groups the entire offer for technical products and specifically for sportswear, casual wear, loungewear and swimwear.
• My Attractive Spirit which encompasses the delicate and diaphanous feminine world. Costly and silky fabrics are found alongside their synthetic namesakes. Prints, embroidery, accessories and laces will make it easier for you to search for sophistication and originality.
• My Strict Essence grouping the menswear lines together: thick and heavyweight fabrics for coats, woollens and suiting for tailoring, cotton fabrics and blends for shirting as well as fabrics especially for workwear.

The product sectors have been classed in worlds of creativity in order to present a clear and instant picture of the trends. The three creative worlds: Attractive Spirit, Casual View and Strict Essence will give a view of the macro trends.

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