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London Textile Fair to feature a separate French Pavilion
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Jan '13
The forthcoming edition of London Textile Fair, scheduled to start from 23rd January 2013, will feature a separate French Pavilion this year.
 
Organized by Tisslaine France, the pavilion will highlight spring/summer 2014 collections designed by seventeen leading brands of France.
 
A variety of textile products, including wool, cotton, viscose, linen, silk and blends with synthetic fibres produced by various weavers, knitters and printers will be on display at the pavilion.
 
French firm AB Creations / FABIEN Doligez will unveil two collections – ‘Fabien Doligez’, which is a mixture of plain and fancy weaves, as well as ‘Opening’, based on jacquard patterned creations – at the event.
 
Popular clothing label BUGIS will present mini jacquard jerseys with lurex yarns and its signature style linen and silk mix jerseys. 
 
Leading textile designing company Creations Robert Vernet would showcase a wide variety of lingerie, womenswear, menswear, children’s wear and beachwear ranges.
 
Supported by the French Trade Commission UBIFRANCE in London, the pavilion will also exhibit products from Deveaux, Dutel, Malhia Kent, Nuances / Ellipse, Pastels, Philea and Pichat Chaleard/Amatiss labels.
 

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