"With 21 countries displaying their products to visitors of Texworld Paris, the event will showcase some other interesting specialities among exhibitors - fibres from Lenzing (Austria), Indonesian and Italian silky aspects, Thai lace and embroidery, English prints and, of course, American cotton, represented by the organisation Cotton USA."
This is the season for textile exhibitions and shows in Paris. Moreover, France is investing more and more in reconciling the textile industry with new technologies and fashion. Incidentally, three major shows Apparelsourcing Paris, Avantex Paris and Texworld Paris are happening simultaneously this year.
Apparelsourcing Paris aimed at RMG, accessories
Apparelsourcing Paris will welcome manufacturers of ready-to-wear fashion and accessories to Le Bourget, Paris, from February 15 to 18 to establish the No. 1 European trade fair for garment sourcing. Apparelsourcing Paris will share its space with ‘Shawls and Scarves’, the accessories show case, whose offer will fulfill the expectations of buyers, and collection and production managers in an ideal way.
Following the successful event in February 2015 which attracted almost 50 additional exhibitors, the latest edition has seen an enormous 30 per cent increase in registering totaling 230 exhibitors, a previously unheard-of level. The high point of this fair will be the presence of five Moroccan businesses introduced by Maroc Export, the public body charged with promotion of the export of Moroccan products and services in association with AMITH, (the Moroccan Association of Textile and Clothing Industries). This is an offer which favours the poorly-represented short cycle at the fair but which is able to meet much more fundamental needs. Moreover, Apparelsourcing Paris will host the first annual symposium of Dialog Textil Bekleidung to be held outside Germany.
Apparelsourcing Paris is offering customers a platform of garment production solutions covering all the items in any man’s, woman’s or child’s wardrobe.
Avantex Paris: A new acclaimed event
The second Avantex Paris trade fair will be held from February 15, to 18 2016 at Le Bourget, Paris, dedicated to high-tech fashion fabrics and R&D in the industry. The fair, will build on the great interest shown by visitors in the first event, in September 2015. Messe Frankfurt France wants to renew and reinforce this powerful dynamic, mixing fashion and high-tech fabrics.
According to Michael Scherpe, CEO of Messe Frankfurt France , the purpose of the Avantex concept is to bring high-tech textile businesses, designers and fashion product managers together around innovative textiles, to create intelligent collections and conquer new markets with Intelligent, connected fabrics, materials combining nanotechnology and cosmetics, and astounding finishes and coatings - in short, the best of high-tech R&D.
The textile and garment offer by exhibitors at Avantex Paris combines numerous innovative functions: all-season, moisture transfer, quick-drying, UV protection, impermeable, breathable, waterproof, windproof, antistatic, insulating, anti-bacterial and with a cool feeling (like cosmetic fibres).
Texworld Paris: A unique palette full of discoveries The 38th Texworld Paris trade fair, too will be held at Le Bourget Exhibition Centre from February 15, 16, 17 and 18 2016. The fair will continue to make its mark as the definitive international fashion trade fair for fabrics, sundries and accessories, and as a bridgehead for the French and western market for a high number of large and medium-sized export-oriented manufacturers. The February trade fair, dedicated to the Spring/Summer seasons, follows the logic of fashion with a slightly narrower offer than the September event, which is dedicated to autumn and winter. The February 2016 is showing that exhibitors’ interest in the unique European platform which Texworld Paris provides is growing, as more than 630 exhibitors will take up space exceeding an entire hall for the first time.
With 21 countries displaying their products to visitors of Texworld Paris, the event will showcase some other interesting specialities among exhibitors - fibres from Lenzing (Austria), Indonesian and Italian silky aspects, Thai lace and embroidery, English prints and, of course, American cotton, represented by the organisation Cotton USA.
On the fringes of the range of textile solutions, Texworld Paris is arranging practical improvements and fringe promotions which will supply essential information, food for thought and dreams to help to make a better choice. A clearer distinction between sectors will group exhibitors by their manufacturing specialism.