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Fashion-clothing trade show 'Zoom By Fatex' in Sept
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In September 2010, Zoom by Fatex is celebrating its 5th session as well as honouring the 25 years of the Hyères Festival with a retrospective exhibition of this event.

5 sessions, 5 key figures:
Since its creation in September 2008, Zoom By Fatex, the innovative trade fair for industrial manufacturing partnerships, close to the fashion-clothing industry, has been achieving outstanding results:

• + 13 % more exhibition area
• 1 countries represented
• 145 top-quality specialized exhibitors
• + 23% visitors on the last fair
• 52 % of international visitors

Zoom By Fatex
14 – 15 – 16 September 2010
Paris Nord Villepinte – Hall 2 Paris, France

ZOOM by Fatex, quality manufacturing at the service of fashion design.

September 2010: A harmonious and diversified development

A varied, international offer
A selection of 30 new, top-quality fashion manufacturers from Italy, Turkey, and Lithuania. Egypt is also making its official entrance with 3 exhibitors.

ZOOM by FATEX is continuing its selective and qualitative positioning by providing visitors with an offer which is even more specialized and diverse, with manufacturing solutions for small and large luxury ranges for a targeted market.

The group of French fashion manufacturers, with its 22 exhibitors, is proof that taking part in Zoom by Fatex is essential and indispensable, particularly for developing contacts worldwide.

You will notice the degree of loyalty of exhibitors to ZOOM by FATEX and all countries taking part in the trade fair have increased their presence - in particular, France, Morocco, Tunisia, Lithuania and Romania. Mauritius and Portugal continue to maintain their offer on the market.

Don't miss the information stand for fashion manufacturers from the Republic of Macedonia, representing new companies for future seasons.

Appropriate, shrewd solutions:
Offers of accessories, which are highly sought after by visitors, are many and varied and include leather goods (bags and shoes) socks, stockings and tights.

Additional expertise with regard to dry-filling is now part of the trade fair's overall offer: embroidery, quilting, filling. During the past few sessions, we have noted that most fashion manufacturers are armed with certifications and eco-labels, offering full social and environmental guarantees demanded by today's principals.

Small miscellaneous items:
The Italian power with 11 top-of-the-range fashion manufacturers expected to take part under the ICE (The Italian institution for international business) and CAN (Confederazione Nazionale dell'Artigianato e della Piccola e Media Impresa) banners with, in particular: Annalisa for flowing luxurious fashion, Cristian for luxury leather goods and the well-known expertise of Maglificio FMF, Ideassette, Eventi and Confezion Vicentine, I Frati (parka).

Egypt is proposing knitwear, sleeve clothing, and shirting.


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