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Munich Fabric Start begins Jan 31 with over 1,000 exhibitors
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Jan '17
Courtesy: Munich Fabric
Courtesy: Munich Fabric
At Munich Fabric Start, which begins from January 31, 2017, a total of 800 fabrics and 280 additionals suppliers from over 37 countries will be presenting their collections. These exhibitors will be supplemented by companies from the Far East at the Asia Salon and the impulse generating Design Studios, with individual prints as well as creative design.

The exhibitors will also showcase a series of dynamic, innovative and sustainable solutions and processes and innovations affecting not just silhouettes, materials and colours, but also structures of the entire market.

With over 100 brands, the two halls of the Bluezone are once again fully booked, while there will be 75 established denim mills in Hall 7 like Albiate 1830, Kurabo, Denim Studio, Blu International, Cresent, Redmark, Firemount and Soorty.

At Catalyzer in Hall 6, 25 suppliers will be providing information on innovations with a focus on denim heritage and blueprints as well as sustainability.

Additionally, over 40 suppliers will be displaying their latest technology and sustainability developments that can be integrated into textile products and high fashion at Keyhouse in Hall 5. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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