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LA TEXTILE surpasses our expectations - Oscar Rodriguez
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The Spring/Summer 2013 Los Angeles International Textile Show (LA TEXTILE) took place March 26-28, 2012 at the California Market Center (CMC) with reports of quality, heavy traffic and an increased international presence. The Show featured hundreds of textile, trim, design & production resources, as well as the return of the Lenzing Innovation Pavilion, European Collections Pavilion, and the Korean Pavilion by The Korea Textile Trade Association (KTTA).

“This has been a great Show. We have been very busy the entire time and have definitely seen quite an increase in quality traffic this Show,” noted Amy Gillett, Executive Account Manager at Cotton, Inc.

“We have seen many apparel makers and brands from the Western United States, Texas, and Florida. We've had great exposure at this Show and are very happy with the turn out,” said Jim Wallis, President of Montgomery Fashion Group from Australia.

The impressive list of designers and brands spotted at the show included St. John Knits, Monique Lhuillier, BCBG Max Azria, David Meister, Lacoste, Pendleton, Tarina Tarantino, Twelfth Street by Cynthia Vincent, Seven For All Mankind, Velvet by Graham & Spencer, Adriano Goldschmied, Vena Cava, Cache Inc, Bailey 44, Ella Moss, Splendid, American Apparel, Karen Kane, ABS by Allen Schwartz, True Religion, Converse, Perry Ellis, Michael Stars, Wildfox Couture, Vera Bradley, Bella Dahl, Velvet Heart, LA Made, Lucky Brand, Heidi Merrick, Juicy Couture, C&C California, Rory Beca, Arden B, Hale Bob, Akiko, Bebe, Citizens of Humanity, Leyendecker, Forever 21, Tag Jeans, Funktional, Three Dots, Honeydew Intimates, Hanky Panky, Seneca Clothing, Raven Denim, Fabrizio Gianni, Rozae Nichols, Lucy Love, Elaine Kim, Paper Crown, Habitat, Seychelles, Corey Lynn Calter, Groupie Couture by Pamela Des Barres, Satine, Plume & Ledger, Sub Urban Riot, and Hard Tail, to name a few.

There was also a strong presence of swim and activewear companies that included Rip Curl, Hurley International, Speedo, Harajuku Swimwear, Pacific Sunwear- Pac Sun, Beach Bunny Swimwear, Latitude Outerwear, Toes On The Nose, Nondi Luxe Swimwear, Marine Layer Clothing, Performance Apparel, Sport Loop, A&M Sportswear, Davina Dancewear, Manhattan Beachwear LLC, Aqua Capri Swimwear, Body Waves Inc, Belissima Swimwear, Nondi Luxe Swim, Cruz Swimwear, Beach Music Clothing, TS Swim, Fede Swimwear, Voda Swim, Salt Swimwear, Azul Swimwear, Lolli Beach Candy, Fe Yogawear, Sultry Swimwear, Yoga Ninja, Authentic Sportcap, Body Language Sportswear, and many more.

“This is our first time showing at LA TEXTILE and it has been extremely successful,” said Renata Tolentino of Rosset Textil, who is the largest swimwear, lingerie, and fitness lycra textile company in Latin America, and the fifth largest in the world. “We chose to exhibit at this Show because we were looking for ways to exhibit our product in California and one of our clients suggested we participate in this show. We are very happy we did. We definitely plan to return.”


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