The fair is expected to display a global range of fashion products from the major manufacturing countries of Bangladesh, China, Cambodia, Korea, India, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey and Pakistan
A total of 29 Bangladeshi apparel, fabric and leather manufacturers are slated to participate in Paris’ Texworld trade show from February 11-14, according to a press release issued recently.
The fair is expected to display a global range of fashion products from the major manufacturing countries of Bangladesh, China, Cambodia, Korea, India, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey and Pakistan.
Bangladesh will have direct exhibitors and a national pavilion organized by Export Promotion Bureau (EPB).
Among fabric manufacturers, Akij Textile, Experience Textile, Momtex Expo, Silver Composite and Zaber & Zubair Fabrics will be participating.
In denim, Aaron Denim, Argon Denims, Chittagong Denim Mills, Evince Textiles, NZ Textiles and Nice Denim are expected to display their products, while in apparel, Adams Apparels, Ama Syntex, Banga Garments, Blue Planet Knitwear, Delphitex Industries/Redwan Tex & Apparels, Euro Knitwear and other manufacturers will also be exhibiting their items.
Texworld Paris and Texworld Denim are international trade shows for fashion organized by Messe Frankfurt France (MFF).
The shows will be collocated with Apparel Sourcing, Avantex, Leatherworld and Shawls & Scarves Paris, which take place twice a year at the Le Bourget fairground and attract thousands of professional visitors from all over the world.
Taking place twice a year at Paris – Le Bourget, Texworld, with around 1000 exhibitors, offers professional buyers from all over the world a rich variety of products from basics to creative high-end fabrics of excellent quality.
It is a must for manufacturers specializing in: cotton, denim, drapery & tailoring, embroidery & lace, jacquard, knitted fabrics, linen & hemp, prints, shirting, silk, silky aspects, sportswear & functional fabrics, trims & accessories, wool and woolen materials.
The presence of a “Small Order Itinerary” which lists the exhibitors who can sell small quantities to designers is a real asset for small brands and capsule collections.
Following the eco-friendly attitude, Texworld showcases around 100 suppliers of organic cotton, linen, hemp, recycled material and other sustainable textiles.