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17th IATF leaves an indelible mark on the fashion industry


Setting new benchmarks, the 17th International Apparel and Textile Fair (IATF), held in Dubai, left an indelible mark on the fashion industry. 

Commencing magnificently with an air of grandeur, the 17th IATF was attended by esteemed dignitaries such as Butti Saeed Al Ghandi and Mahir Julfar, Executive Vice-President, Dubai World Trade Centre.

Exceeding expectations, the 17th IATF attracted attendees not only from the Middle East but from around the globe.  Over 400 participants from more than 24 countries attended the event this year with pavilions from Italy, Kyrgyzstan, China, Turkey, India, etc., setting a record for the number of exhibitors.

Showcasing extraordinary organisation and seamless execution, the 17th IATF served as a melting pot of diverse cultures and designs with representatives from around the world presenting their most innovative products. Every detail of the event from exhibitor arrangements to networking sessions was meticulously planned, ensuring a flawless experience for participants and visitors. 

Reflecting on the fair’s remarkable journey, Bhavna, Show Director, highlighted that the 17th IATF is a testament to Dubai’s thriving fashion landscape.

Visitors to the event were treated to a captivating display of cutting-edge design, groundbreaking innovations, and the latest trends from both established and emerging brands. IATF Dubai proved to be a true launchpad for the future of fashion, offering a glimpse into the ever-evolving world of apparel and textiles.

Beyond the impressive product displays, IATF Dubai offered unparalleled networking opportunities. Dedicated events and matchmaking services enabled industry leaders, established businesses, and aspiring entrepreneurs to connect, forge strategic partnerships, and explore new avenues for growth.



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