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LA Int'l Textile Show ended on a positive note
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May '08
Presenting the best selection of International and North American textile trends and trimmings in the nation, the LA Int'l Textile Show ended after three jam-packed days of seminars, sales and inspiration for Spring / Summer '09.

A varied selection of attendees shopped the show such as ABS, American Apparel, Antik Denim, BCBG Max Azria, Bebe, Big Star, Billy Blues, C&C California, Charlotte Tarantola, Chinese Laundry, Citizens of Humanity, Disney, Ed Hardy, Fabrizio Gianni, Forever 21, Guess by Marciano, J Brand, James Jeans, Jessica McClintock, Juicy Couture, Kevan Hall, Macy's West, Mattel, Mike & Chris, Paige Denim, Rami Kashov, Robert Rodriguez, Tadashi, Tarina Tarantino, Three Dots, Trina Turk, and many more.

The LA Int'l Textile Show was comprised of four primary exhibitions. The textile and trim booths and showrooms in Penthouse, Floor 13, the French Textile Pavilion on Penthouse, Floor 13, Korean Textile Pavilion in Penthouse Floor, 13 and the Fashion Theater in the Main Lobby. Permanent textile and trimshowrooms were featured on Floors 6B and 7A & B.

“We received very positive feedback from exhibitors this show,” said Joanne Lee, Senior Vice President of the CMC.

“The Los Angeles International Textile Show is important to the apparel industry because it is the only trade event in the U.S. that continues to cater to the needs of designers by focusing on fashion fabrics, trims, and trend forecasting.

The show offers a vast assortment of fabrics and trims from domestic and international companies, including key mills from Europe and Korea.”

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