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Scotland rediscovered in London
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Oct '10
Over fifty leading designers and manufacturers from Scotland will take part in a brand new product showcase in the heart of London on Thursday 14 October.

Taking over the Institute of Contemporary Arts on The Mall, Scottish textiles companies and designers will present innovative design and products from across the industry.

Highlighting the ingenuity, creativity, heritage and experience of textiles from Scotland, this invitation-only event will highlight the diversity of textiles which Scotland offers the London market. Well known brands such as Begg Scotland, Johnston's Cashmere & Mackintosh combine with emerging talent from Bebaroque, Holly Fulton, Strumpet & Pink and newcomers Jaggy Nettle to show the versatility of Scottish design and textiles.

Scotland remains an important industry player in the supply of stunning luxury fabrics, high performance materials, and innovative products for fashion and interiors. This high-profile event will showcase the Scottish mills and designers, who continue to offer a top quality service to an exclusive list of customers in London and beyond.

With over two hundred global brands as customers, all favouring cutting edge design and fabulous quality from Scotland, the industry remains a market leader in the supply of luxury and specialist textiles.

Over 50 companies covering knitwear to cashmere, interiors to technical textiles will join a group of our most talented fashion designers to create a truly unique buyer experience.

Guest buyers and press will experience the wealth of textiles products, displayed together to highlight the full spectrum of products available from Scotland. The event will provide an opportunity to see first-hand how the industry is flourishing despite economic pressures and competition from abroad.

Scottish Textile Industry Association (STIA)

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