A denim exposition is being held in Bangladesh from today March 1 to 2, 2017. It’s aimed to attract global buyers against the backdrop of the country’s capacity to supply quality products at lower costs. About 28 companies from countries, including Bangladesh, Turkey, India, China, Germany, Spain, Brazil, Pakistan and Hong Kong, are taking part to showcase their denim pants, fabrics and latest accessories.
The theme Denim Mashup event will focus on latest trends in denim where embellishments, embroideries, sequins, patches, paints etc. are used in different combinations to produce visually exaggerated hi-fashion denims. This theme is being taken up by global brands like Gucci, D&G, Tommy Hilfiger, Wrangler and many other companies.
Exclusive to authorized trade visitors, the expo acts as a hub for players on the international denim scene to mingle with colleagues, make new contacts and broker deals. A denim quiz will be held for students of fashion universities of Bangladesh. The competition will be transmitted globally. The idea is to encourage students to research more on denim subjects and get a deeper knowledge that will help them in their careers as well.
Bangladesh is a fast growing denim destination globally for sourcing fabrics and has been growing exponentially and rising up the value chain.