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London Textile Fair to display S/S 2020 pre-collections

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Dec '18
Courtesy: London textile fair
Courtesy: London textile fair
The London Textile Fair (TLTF) 2019 edition is set to focus on Spring/Summer 2020 pre-collections. With more than 470 exhibitors, TLTF is the UK’s premier platform for fashion fabrics, clothing accessories, print studios, and vintage garments. The leading textile trade fair will be held on January 9 and 10, 2019, at the Business Design Centre, in London.

Around 500 exhibitors will showcase their collections this January 2019, with includes large numbers of European manufacturers (98 per cent of the exhibitors coming from Europe and Turkey), according to a press release.

Industry professionals will have the unique opportunity to source from a wide selection of fabrics, accessories, vintage garments and prints. The show gives a complete overview of the market trends for Spring/Summer 2020. As the registrations come through, one can expect more than 5000 visitors in two days. With an average of 85 per cent of visitors from the UK, TLTF has an increasing number of people coming from France, Belgium, Italy, Portugal, Northern Europe, and Middle East.

Fashion Fabrics (Village Green, Mezzanine, and Auditorium) is the predominant area of the show, counting 400 exhibitors presenting over 600 collections, mainly European, with exhibitors coming from Italy, France, Turkey, Portugal, Spain, UK, and more. The Accessories area, in the Gallery Hall, offers a wide selection of buttons, labels, zips, tapes, linings, and trimmings from the top European manufacturers.

The hall will host 60 exhibitors from Italy, France, UK, Spain, Germany, Denmark, Portugal, Turkey, The Netherlands, Greece, and Switzerland. The Print Design and Vintage Garments are together within the Atrium Hall and offers a selection of prints vintage which inspire the future collections.

Texfusion, the new sourcing show for the fashion industry, will be held in the US, on January 16 and 17, 2019. Texfusion -New York will cater for European and international high-quality fabric and accessory manufacturers. With around 100 exhibitors, the show will be held at the Penn Plaza Pavilion, centrally located just off Penn Station and the Madison Square Garden. New York is the fashion capital and apparel manufacturing hub for the East Coast and is the ideal place to launch a new textile exhibition. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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