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Over 200 companies to partake at Heimtextil & Ambiente
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Jun '16
Ambiente and Heimtextil India, the co-joint fairs organised by Messe Frankfurt will witness the participation from over 200 companies from India, Bangladesh, Bulgaria, China, Japan, Korea and Russia. An impressive array of new and designer home fashion collections from top home fashion players, including D'Decor, Raymond, Reliance, Welspun etc. will showcase interior decor and home textile collections from June 22-24, 2016 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.

The co-joint fairs will showcase a variety of products, fabrics and designs in home furnishing categories of bedroom, bath linen, table linen, kitchen textiles, window decorations, furniture fabric salon, textile floor coverings along with premium choices in dining, living and giving products.

Ambiente India, in collaboration with Uttar Pradesh Trade Promotion Authority, as the official state partner for the 2016 edition promises to give visitors a flavour of the rich heritage of Uttar Pradesh at the fair. Uttar Pradesh will have a special pavilion showcasing the state's strong craftsmanship in a range of traditional textile block prints, famous Banarsi sarees and brocades, carpets and much more.

Home fashion industry's upcoming stars will present fascinating concepts for interior spaces based on four distinctive themes - Metamorphosis, Serendipity, Genesis, Quintessential defined by international design trends at the ILA Experience Zone.

Interior Lifestyle Awards will be announced by Sunil Sethi, chairman of Fashion Designing Council of India, Raghu Rai, photographer and recipient of the prestigious 'Padmashree', and Lipika Sud, renowned interior designer, at the ILA Gala Night on 22 June. (NA)

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