Texworld that will take place in Thailand from September 15 to 17, 2014, is an international event for fashion fabrics and clothing. It will have nearly 900 exhibitors. Thailand will promote the richness of its textile heritage, exhibiting more than 100 silk and cotton fabrics produced by 20 rural communities. The fabrics exhibited at Texworld are entirely hand-woven. The aim is to identify and promote unique local skills, benefit from local resources and develop quality products which meet the demands of domestic and international markets.
Each season Texworld hosts the Thai pavilion, which accommodates around 20 exhibitors, including weavers who draw inspiration from traditional skills of their country, which are reflected in both the motifs and the fabrics used. Texworld is continuing to make visitors and exhibitors aware of the importance of sustainable development to the textile industry. For the first time, sustainability at this event will cover two days.
There will be workshops and seminars on sustainable development and responsibility. Young fashion designers will exhibit their collections. There will be shows by couturiers. There will be lectures on colors and palettes. A vampires collection will show voluptuous, diaphanous creations sealed in black. There will be more shows on monochrome street wear and poetically-inspired creations in natural fabrics.