The third annual Cashmere World trade fair held in Hongkong ended with success

YarnsandFibers News Bureau 2014-10-11 12:00:00 – Hongkong

The third annual Cashmere World trade fair and Forum held in Asia’s fashion hub of Hong Kong ended with success. The Cashmere World exhibited a wide range of styles, quality, designs and services offered by the trade fair participants, according to Alessandra Cocchi, the Moderator of the event.

The mix of exhibitors was truly international and reflected the main cashmere producing nations of the world – Afghanistan, China and Mongolia, as well as other participants notably from India and Indonesia.

The trade fair for cashmere and other fine fibre fashion items, held alongside Fashion Access, Asia’s leading fashion accessories event, provided a spectacular presentation of product selections, with atmosphere reflecting the inherent luxury for which cashmere fashion items are famous.

A steady but not overwhelming flow of international buyers kept exhibitors on their toes and more importantly, it was the professional quality of the buyers that lent even more credibility to this already well-established event at the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre (HKCEC), organisers report.

Indian exhibitor Tarrlochan Singh, Proprietor of Geetanjali International from New Delhi, said that Cashmere World is a business platform which allows the customers to get to know each other. They made contacts from Mongolia and Italy and have developed clients from past shows.

Another Indian exhibitor Parminar Singh, General Manager of Old Village Overseas, displayed a wide range of cashmere fashion scarves. Around 200 designs were put on display at the show in both cashmere and blended fibres and after a busy day on the first day and having received visitors from Chile, Spain and Canada. He wish to participate in Cashmere World next year too and would also like to exhibit at Fashion Access in March 2015.

The Thailand Textile Institute was present at Cashmere World for the first time promoting a combined silk and cashmere project funded by the Thai Royal Family. The objective is to reinvigorate the Thai silk industry by combining silk with cashmere imported from Mongolia to create exclusively designed and luxury garments.

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