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UK to host textile fair Texfusion in October
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UK is set to host the London world textile fair, Texfusion, from October 19 to 20, 2016, at the Business Design Centre (BDC) in London.

The show is expected to double its number in terms of exhibitors and visitors. Texfusion is the first UK fair of its kind and responds to an increasing demand of international textiles by European fashion brands, retailers, and manufacturers. The show will present a wide and carefully selected range of fabrics, trims, accessories and prints from the best world manufacturers. Beside the regular customers from the UK, the show has cemented its international appeal with buyers coming from Germany, France, Italy, Northern Europe, Russia, and Middle East.

For this October edition, Texfusion will have two 2 halls: The London technical textile fair and The London home textile fair. The London home textiles fair aims to fill a gap in the UK textile industry for a trade show completely dedicated to home and furniture fabrics. For this first edition the show will present a carefully selected group of international manufacturers showcasing their latest collections.

The London technical textile fair will provide a complete selection of high quality materials including functional fabrics, membranes plus treatments, paddings, finishes, laminates and accessories such as tapes, yarns, prints, zippers, and buttons. The professionals expected at these fair are sports fashion designers, product managers, and decision-makers leaders within the UK market. Visitors will have the unique opportunity to discover the new materials, trends, and innovations within the market. (GK)

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