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TLTF to show Autumn/Winter 2019 fashion collections
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May '18
Courtesy: The London Textile Fair
Courtesy: The London Textile Fair
The London Textile Fair (TLTF) is set to present a wide range of fashion textiles, accessories, print studios, and vintage garments from Autumn/Winter 2019 pre-collections and Spring/Summer highlights. The fashion trade show will be held from July 18 and 19, 2018. Around 500 exhibitors, mostly European manufacturers, will display their collections.

TLTF will have a new section dedicated to sustainable fabrics in partnership with Sustainable Angle. The London Textile fair invited the Future Fabrics expo as part of its vision to help guide designers and brands in their journey towards more sustainable fabric sourcing and practices. This new project reflects a timely recognition of the critical need for the fashion and textile industries to start practising sustainability through sourcing, at the very fibre and fabric stage.

The fashion textile area will include around 400 exhibitors and it has been fully booked since March 2018. This section will occupy the whole venue ground floor, balconies, and two big rooms at the balcony level. The waiting list is growing and it now counts to around 40 companies trying to get in for January 2019.

The accessories area, in the gallery hall of the BDC, will offer a wide selection of buttons, labels, zips, tapes, linings, and trimmings from the top European manufacturers. Around 60 exhibitors are expected for this July edition from Italy, France, UK, Spain, Germany, Denmark, Portugal, Turkey, The Netherlands, Greece, and Switzerland. The Print Design and Vintage Garments will be seen at the Atrium hall and will offer a selection of prints vintage which inspire the future collections.

Fashion Fabrics will have the biggest share with around 80 per cent of the exhibiting space presenting a wide range from the best European mills. It will have the newest collections from Italy, Portugal, France, Spain, Turkey, Germany, and a lot more. There is a consistent increase of presence from France and Italy for this July edition, which together have around 40 per cent of the total exhibiting area.

There is a stable number of exhibitors for the Accessories hall with a predominant presence of manufacturers from Italy, Spain, UK, Turkey, and France. The hall has seen a rapid increase in numbers over the last three editions and it now counts to around 60 European manufacturers. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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