"This 41st show marks the start of Texworld Paris' 21st year. For 20 years, Texworld has attached great importance to being in tune with the global fashion market. Discovering new products from all over the world and thinking outside the box were factors that were instrumental in its creation In 1996, there was a demand from the clothing industry and 20 years later this is still the case: TEXWORLD forms an integral part of the textiles, clothing & accessories sector, not only for all European fashion brands but also for global brands. And we continue to stay in tune with the needs of these businesses, thanks to the support offered by our parent company Messe Frankfurt," Michael Scherpe, president of Messe Frankfurt France said.
At Texworld Paris this September, the Chinese exhibitors will make up around 60 per cent of the offer. Chinese companies are represented in all segments of the show's catalogue.
"We are setting up a TexworldDenim area for our September 2017 show, which groups all the firms in the segment for fabrics for garment manufacture. I would also like to take advantage of this opportunity to give special recognition to our Chinese partners: they have always been convinced of Texworld Paris' dynamic force, where the ranges of products (almost 600 exhibitors this season) remain an important resource for our visitors, all the more so as it has grown increasingly mature and quality has improved," added Scherpe.
TexworldDenim revolves around a novel modular concept for stands using special metal
furnishings and a vibrant backdrop that is instantly recognisable. The show, with its very vivid colours, will have its own trends forum and a space conducive to making contacts, the 'social village', made even more interesting through numerous meetings and presentations.
The third season of Elite, a segment for services with added value, will assemble exhibitors listed in the Texworld Paris catalogue. They offer a variety of solutions, from integrated design studio to flexible, responsive manufacture for women’s and men’s ready-to-wear. In September 2017, Elite’s focus will shift from that of previous shows by exploring traditional skills. Bangladeshi, Chinese, Indian, Lebanese, Dutch, Pakistani, Taiwanese and Turkish weavers and producers will showcase their creations in this segment. (RR)
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