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HKTDC Home Textiles fair begins in Hong Kong
20
Apr '17
Courtesy: HKTDC
Courtesy: HKTDC
The 8th Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) Hong Kong International Home Textiles and Furnishings fair has begun today, attracting close to 300 exhibitors from eight countries and regions to explore a multitude of opportunities in the home textiles and furnishings sectors. This year’s event features new exhibitors from Belgium and Vietnam.

Nantong in the Chinese mainland province of Jiangsu – a city dubbed 'the Hometown of Textiles' – as well as a number of Indian textile associations have also returned to set up group pavilions to showcase their quality textiles at the fair.

The Home Textiles and Furnishings event has adopted the 'Interior' theme to showcase a variety of home textiles, upholstery and furnishing products. The premium 'Hall of Glamour' features quality brands and designer collections, covering products such as bedding, curtains, carpets and towels. Featured products include Hong Kong exhibitor Nightingale's gold embroidery trim on black satin table linen, Indian hand block printed cushion covers and wool/denim Panja rugs.

The HKTDC is also staging a series of seminars and networking events to help industry players keep abreast of the latest trends and developments in the home textiles markets. Highlights include the seminar 'WGSN Trendtalk: Houseware & Home Textiles 2018 Forecast' led by expert trend forecaster WGSN.

A number of product demo and launch pad sessions have also been organised to facilitate buyer viewing of exhibitors' products.

The four-day event is concurrently being held with the 32nd HKTDC Hong Kong Houseware fair. (KD)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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