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2010 F/W trends at TITAS to reflect eco-friendly thoughts in modern life
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Jul '09
Buyers from the US, Japan, Germany, China, Italy, Sweden, Australia, Canada and Hong Kong have already registered to visit TITAS 2009, including quite a few top international brands invited by the organizers-Taiwan Textile Federation (TTF) and Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA). Now in its 13th edition, TITAS will unfold at the Taipei World Trade Center Exhibition, Hall I from October 14-16 this year.

Profiting from the advantage Taiwan enjoys as the best textile developing center in Asia, TITAS is the most encompassing sourcing platform that promotes and provides Taiwan¡¦s innovative, fashionable and functional textiles. For Taiwan¡¦s textile industry, the current global economic crisis serves just as an opportunity for breakthroughs. The industry didn¡¦t stop the pace of research and development and the outcomes will be presented at TITAS 2009. In addition, conforming to the R&D trend and result as well as the respect and concerns of the industry toward the environment, green textiles will also be the highlight of the Show.

The 2010 fall/winter season in the trend area this year will reflect the technological, humanitarian and eco-friendly thoughts in modern life. The design philosophy is to create a sustainable life cycle showcasing how industry and nature can co-exist harmoniously. A trend report seminar was held in early May in order to be in a closer pace with manufacturers¡¦ product development agenda . The seminar included trend analysis, color forecasting and fabrics focus. The latest products developed by the exhibitors complying with the announced trends will then be featured at the trend area, offering searching indexes for buyers to access efficiently the brand new season products.

More than 10 years after they were first developed, the recycled PET bottles textiles are manufactured today through a mature technology and with a fully established supply chain. At TITAS visitors will be able to see recycled polyester chips from Far Eastern , recycled PET chips from Lealea , recycled polyester filament yarn from Nan Ya, recycled filament yarn from Formosa Chemicals, recycled polyester fiber from Shin Kong Synthetic Fibers, recycled PET fiber from True Young, recycled PET bottle fabric by Super Textile, and plush blankets made from recycled PET bottles by TEXMA. All these are the star products of green textiles at the show.

TITAS 2009


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