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Textile Forum to be riot of colours, say organisers
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Jan '15
According to the organisers, Textile Forum which runs from March 4-5, 2015 at One Marylebone, London will be a riot of colour.

They say the March edition will throw up more choices than ever for designers sourcing top end luxury fabrics for both their autumn/winter 2015-16 and spring/summer 2016 collections.

More than 50 collections will be on show at Textile Forum where exhibitors will offer fabrics for womenswear, menswear, childrenswear, lingerie, bridalwear and accessories.

“Many of our exhibitors have increased the colour options within their staple collections so that buyers can rely on continuity of shade across many seasons,” Linda Laderman, co founder of Textile Forum says.

She adds, “Alongside, they will as well be introducing the new season’s must have tones such as bright blues, pinks and lilacs.”

Among exhibitors offering expanded colour ranges is Pongees, which now has 160 shades in one of its of douppion collections and there are also enhanced colour selections in its crepe, organza, velvet and taffeta collections.

Chrisanne is offering around 40 shades, specially dyed and lab dipped so that they work across different fabric qualities within its extensive collection of fabrics and trimmings.

At Alan Litman, navy and red have been added to the black, white and ivory options available in many of its staple collections.

In addition to its extensive collection of laces, there are now plain fabrics, including seersucker and a range of 60 trimmings, including beaded and sequined designs for the bridal market.

As well as more colour, there will be new collections from first time exhibitor Nunoya, which distributes the Kokka range of Japanese fabrics.

These include traditional Japanese floral prints, abstract, geometric and quirky fun prints for children.

Textile Forum informs that the winning shirt in the Ringhart Fabrics Cycle Chic design project with the Fashion Retail Academy will be on show at the stand with the support of HSBC.

Also, at the show will be Holland & Sherry, A W Hainsworth, Bennett Silk, G H Leathers, Bernstein & Banleys, which is sponsoring the Textile Forum bag, button supplier Jones & Co, and National Weaving Co.

Among the exhibitors celebrating anniversaries this year is Acorn. Among its strong sellers is Kendal, a wool/cotton shirting that is selling as well today as it did when the business was launched 40 years ago. (AR)

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