Guangdong, a cornerstone of China's textile manufacturing sector, particularly Shenzhen, is gearing up to take center stage at the Intertextile Shenzhen Apparel Fabrics event, which is set to be held from November 6 to 8, 2023. This annual event has a rich history of bringing together various players from the apparel value chain, ranging from wholesale markets, fabric producers, clothing processing plants, and fashion enterprises, such as Shenzhen's renowned Dalang Fashion Town.
This year, the organizers anticipate a substantial turnout of exhibitors and visitors from China and beyond. Messe Frankfurt HK Ltd's General Manager, Ms. Wilmet Shea, highlights the wide variety of domestic and foreign textiles and clothing accessories on display across all four halls. She emphasizes the return of the International Hall of the Japan and Korea Pavilions, offering high-traffic areas for suppliers looking to expand their presence in South China.
The Japan Pavilion will showcase accessories, pattern designs, and high-quality cotton and man-made fabrics for various fashion segments. Meanwhile, the Korea Pavilion will display a diverse array of fabrics, including polyester and rayon jacquard double knitting and recycled and woven materials.
Additionally, exhibitors from other countries will present products ranging from functional fibers to denim fabrics. Notable exhibitors include Bossa from Turkey, Henglun Textile from Vietnam, and PT WinnerSumbiri Knitting Factory from Indonesia.
Beyond the array of sourcing options, the event will feature a comprehensive fringe program offering insights into fabric trends and sustainability. Experts will lead discussions and seminars, with topics such as Fabrics China Trend A/W 24-25 forum and Empowering Sustainability and Circularity through Innovation.
This event, held concurrently with Yarn Expo Shenzhen, DPARK (Fashion Design), and PH Value, is organized by Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd, Messe Frankfurt (Shenzhen) Co Ltd, the Sub-Council of Textile Industry, CCPIT, and the China Textile Information Center. After a challenging period due to the pandemic, the textile industry is poised to regain momentum, with the Intertextile Shenzhen Apparel Fabrics event serving as a crucial platform for industry players to reconnect and showcase their latest offerings.