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Textile Forum to offer bigger choice of embellished fabrics
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Mar '17
Fashion fabrics show Textile Forum, which will be held from March 15-16, 2017 will have a bigger choice of embellished and textured fabrics for designers. Suppliers at Textile Forum have moved up the value chain, when concerning creativity in texture, pattern and colour and are will introduce British quirkiness in design and artisanal techniques.

The Ethereal collection from Bella Tela, features 100 new designs and has used traditional artisan techniques mixed with delicate laser and intricate embroidery and includes tones found between colours of blush, rose and coral as well as a new faint heron grey and subtle golden tones.

James Hare is introducing two new pastel colours, spring rose and blue prism in bridalwear. Lace continues to be strong with a new guipure, featuring an intricately patterned, yet elegant, for a traditional style gown with a modern twist, available in black or white.

Michael’s Bridal Fabrics is offering a back panel design with a crystalled and beaded motif on each shoulder area, which is linked together by several layers of looped crystal or clear beaded bands.

A W Hainsworth, which provided the red fabric for the tunics of the British army at the battle of Waterloo, is introducing new colours based on its military heritage. (AR)

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