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Most exclusive fashion fabric show from Oct 21
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Sep '09
There's just few days to go before the doors open on London's most exclusive fashion fabric show, Textile Forum, being staged at The Music Room off Oxford Street. It will be our biggest show to date with many first-time exhibitors. There's a real treasure chest of fantastic on offer – from the delicate laces at Michael's Bridal Fabrics to the exotic skins of G H Leathers, from the innovative prints from Ascher to the slinky jerseys from Discovery Knitting and fine wools from Holland & Sherry and Neil Johnstone.

This October's Textile Forum offers a treasure chest of fantastic fabrics – from wools and leathers to finest silks and cottons. For the first time we will have collections from Holland & Sherry, Reid & Taylor, Neill Johnstone, The House of Edgar and Joshua Ellis & Co. The inclusion of these great collections significantly broadens the range of fabrics offered at Textile Forum.

More details on many of the 30 plus collections on show can be found.

Event: Textile Forum
Time & Date: 10am to 6pm 21-22 October 2009
Venue: The Music Room South Molton Lane W1K 5AB

October will be our biggest show to date, making it the UK's premier sourcing show for designers, small to medium sized manufacturers and retail specialists, looking for stock and forward order fashion fabrics.

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