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ISPO to launch new trend forum with ISPO Textrends
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Dec '16
ISPO Munich 2017, the leading exhibition for the sports industry, will launch a newly designed trend forum along with the new edition of ISPO Textrends, the best platform for performance textiles and an effective link between manufacturers, designers and product managers. Touching the fabrics to get a feel for them will be a key part of ISPO Textrends.

In ten categories, a total of 462 new products will be showcased. With an increase of almost 40 per cent compared to last year, 86 companies from all over the world sent their products for evaluation by the independent jury of experts. Based on the idea of “Never stop improving”, the newly designed forum is an essential visit from brand developers and designers to see the latest textile developments in Hall C3.

The new trend forum will consist of tables in natural materials which make the touch and feel experience even easier. Stylish decoration elements will underline the trends in performance textiles and colours.

Starting with the jury meeting at the end of November 2016, a total of 536 products were judged, a new all-time high in applications. Overall, the jury noted the increased creativity that was featured. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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