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Interfilière Beach art to support 'Textile Designers' village
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Jul '08
Interfilière is opening its September session at its new location in Paris (6/7/8 September 2008, Porte de Paris Expo - Versailles, Halls 2 & 3) with a new, colourful communication style, holding out the promise of pleasure thanks to the variety of the offer and information.

Teamed up with an all-new Mode City, Interfilière is joining forces with the fashion trade fairs and, like in January, will be the only fashion trade fair catering to the start of the supply chain at Porte de Versailles. Prestige, innovation and creative flair for buyers from all over the world, are Interfilière's avowed ambitions, with visitors being invited to a top-level “sampling session”.

The top professionals in the intimates/beachwear industry in direct contact for three days of business at full throttle:

• 300 exhibitors, selected for their creative flair and savoir faire, are expected. They have been sorted into five sectors: Lace It (lace), Brod'Cust (embroidery), Neoskin (knits, wovens and prints), Access'Folies (haberdashery and accessories), Hi'Tech (fibres, yarns and machinery). New exhibitors include M.C. SRL – BETEX, I.R.T.E. SRL, SITIP SPA, EMME SPA, NUOVA RITEX S.P.A. from Italy, ZENGCHENG ORIENTAL EMBROIDERY from China, PERFECTA SCHMID from Switzerland, ANNA LLOP DISSENY from Spain and EUROTEXTILE from France. French firms FRIED FRERES and RANITEX, who exhibited for the first time in January 2008, have confirmed their participation this September.

The textile designers, who previously exhibited at Mode City, are welcomed to Interfilière: A-QUER and DE AREGI DESIGN (Germany), BONY DESSINS, ANTOINETTE ET FREDDY, IDEA DESIGN CREATIVE STUDIO, MARC TERRIER SARL and OOPS DESIGN Créations Robert Vernet (France), A PEAGREEN COMPANY LTD (UK), ANTEPRIMA, AL OVER DESIGNS and STUDIO ILYZIA (Italy), will all be together in the village in Hall 3/1.

• Interfilière can make the most of the great potential for visitors generated by the synergy of all the fashion trade fairs at Porte de Versailles, plus the design teams and fabric buyers from exhibitors at Mode City: i.e. all the players who count in the world of manufacturing and distribution of intimates, fashion and beachwear.

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