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Exhibitors see busy traffic @ LA Textile F/W 13/14 edition
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Oct '12
The Fall/Winter 2013/2014 Los Angeles International Textile Show (LA Textile) took place October 22-24, 2012 at the California Market Center (CMC) with a solid flow of traffic that included an array of prominent designers, manufacturers, and production teams. 

The Show featured hundreds of textile, trim, luxe, décor, and sourcing resources across a variety of categories, and positive enthusiasm was exuded throughout the Show floors as new accounts were opened and a noticeable increase in business was reported. Returning this Show were the Lenzing Innovation Pavilion, European Collections Pavilion, and the Korean Pavilion by KOTRA, in addition to the new and returning resources at the Show, and an assortment of perks for attendees.

“This has been a great Show for us. We saw a lot of traffic right from the start of the Show, and have been very busy the entire time,” said Amy Gillett, Executive Account Manager for Cotton, Inc. “LA Textile is always a great Show because it has more of a personal vibe than other Shows, and our customers enjoy attending and finding us here.”  
 
The impressive list of designers in attendance included St. John Knits, Monique Lhuillier, BCBG Max Azria, David Meister, Twelfth Street by Cynthia Vincent, Stylestalker, Seven For All Mankind, Trina Turk, Velvet by Graham & Spencer, UGG Australia, Bailey 44, Young Fabulous and Broke, Moda Nicola International, Ella Moss, Splendid, American Apparel, Aldo International, Nicky Hilton Worldwide, Clare Vivier, Robert Rodriguez, Karen Kane, ABS by Allen Schwartz, Perry Ellis, Michael Stars, Wildfox Couture, Lucky Brand, Heidi Merrick, Juicy Couture, C&C California, Arden B, Hale Bob, AKIKO, Bebe, Forever 21, Poleci, Bella James, Stop Staring Designs, Sol Angeles, Tag Jeans, Funktional, Three Dots, Oakley, Fluxus, Modcloth, Laugh Cry Repeat, William Rast, Junkfood Clothing, Elaine Kim, Hard Tail, Beach Bunny Swimwear, Paper Crown, plus many more.  Retailers seen this edition included Scoop, Nasty Gal, Kohls, Target, Urban Outfitters, Hot Topic, Zulily.com, The Way We Wore, and Dave & Lil’s, to name a few. 
 
Specialty stores and costume companies were also very active in attendance this Show. These included Damask, Jessica McClintock Inc, NBC Entertainment, Los Angeles Opera Costume Shop, The Walt Disney Company Costume Design, Imagineering, and Resorts, Staples Designer Services, Pacific Coast Home Furnishings, Michael Levine Inc., Mood Fabrics, The J. Paul Getty Museum Store, Casa Blanca Bridal, American Intercontinental University, Feel Good Tea & Gift Company, Napa Valley Linens, Marry Me Bridal, Over The Top Party Linens, Juxtaposition Home, and Creative Costuming and Designs, among others.  
 
 


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