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Munich Fabric Start: reloaded!
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Aug '10
With new projects, lots of power trends and, incidentally, authentic Bavarian-style fun - Munich Fabric Start is gearing up for its next event. From 31 August to 2 September the international textile and fashion sector will meet again at the European textile trade fair to prepare for the 2011/2012 Autumn/Winter season.

This get-together is all about exchanging pioneering concepts and new textile developments but also about “pinpointing” where the sector is at. Trade visitors from retail and industry are in for a re-designed Blue Zone, topical trend statements on fabrics and colours for Winter 2011/2012, expert knowledge on sustainable products and production plus technical lectures delivered every hour.

For three days the textile industry will be “sounding out” the situation and networking at the Munich M,O,C, and in Hall 5.

780 exhibitors - i.e. as many as ever - will be on site. In every segment they represent the very best this market has to offer - from top-end products to durable basics exhibited by weaving mills, additionals producers all the way down to colour, trend and full packaging services.

Innovative dyeing processes and coatings, new patents for additionals and fabrics from ultra-classic to digital prints all presuppose top technical skills. 72 first-time exhibitors are spread across the exhibition sections Collections, Asia Salon, Blue Zone, Showrooms and Additionals. Once again to the tune of 15,000 visitors are expected.

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