Texworld Paris, 39th edition is expected to be more attractive than ever, with a participation of nearly 950 exhibitors from 24 countries, an increase of 5% compared to September 2015, as it continues dynamic offering of materials and components for fashion professionals.
Demonstrating its position as a global platform for purchasing materials, fabrics and supplies, the next edition will include a huge Korean pavilion and a new section showcasing the "excellence" of Texworld Paris's offering.
Texworld Paris launched a new scenography in February 2016 to establish a clearer, more calibrated nomenclature to serve a more cutting edge sectoral approach. For its September 2016 edition, Texworld Paris has taken things even further, catering for the wishes of visitors eager to more easily find an offer related to the fundamentals of fabrics for high-end markets, but especially to serve the needs of exhibitors who are already very familiar with the technical and creative demands of the European market, said Michael Scherpe, CEO of Messe Frankfurt France.
Elite, the new sector for Texworld Paris, was born out of this wish expressed both by exhibitors and buyers; its purpose is to condense in a dedicated corner, staged by the creator Olivier Lapidus, collections of fabrics aimed at the most refined and exacting markets. Lapidus has designed the space to be a nod to both couture and design: panels that lead light a bit like optical fibres, to highlight filigree drawings of dresses. For the couture aspect, various inclusions liven up the fabrics, while for the design aspect the panels provide a sort of crown of light.
The aim is to highlight the increasingly sophisticated textiles of a trade show that has become synonymous with the dynamic development of the world's manufacturers and with the globalisation of their trade.
Elite facilitates the search for a la carte sourcing and streamlines the exchanges related to specific requests. The result of this grouping of essential products for quality garment collections is maximum convenience, for a quick and clear visit, organizers said.
Under the aegis of KOFOTI, the Federation of Korean Textile Industries, 30 Korean exhibitors will, for the first time, be present together at Texworld. As Europe's 6th supplier, the Korean textile industry remains a key activity in South Korea, especially for technical and smart textiles. The fabrics presented at Texworld Paris demonstrate the qualities of modernity, technical expertise and attractive costs that are representative of the Korean textile industry. With a total of 80 exhibitors, Korea will be the 3rd most represented country at Texworld Paris.
Around 22 exhibitors will be present in this new space; their application, processed by a Messe Frankfurt France selection committee, has been carefully selected to meet many conditions. Exhibitors have been selected from Turkey (11), Taiwan (3), Pakistan (3), India (2), Netherlands (1), Lebanon (1) and Japan (1).
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