With more than 700 exhibitors, Texworld Paris from February 11 is aimed at prime contractors from the fashion industries who are looking for fabrics, accessories, trimmings and expertise in clothing production. For over twenty years, the four-day international trade fair has remained the showcase for solutions aimed at global fashion industries.
The trade fair will highlight the great diversity of products, from the most basic to the most imaginative, from the best value for money to consummate quality, and produced using an enormous variety of materials and techniques. This season, Texworld Paris has developed a new circuit to celebrate the wealth of the products offered and it aims to highlight the skills involved in hand-crafted work: Handmade. At Texworld Paris one can find a specialist selection of embroidery and brocade with the very best in hand-crafted designs, something which the Indian manufacturers are particularly skilled in.
“This great diversity is one of the key strengths of Messe Frankfurt France’s shows, and Texworld Paris benefits from this asset with some twenty different nationalities represented. A melting pot of different expertise which corresponds to the trends to come in summer 2020 and reveals some fine options in cotton fabric, lace, silk and silky aspects, not to mention knitwear. These segments are particularly popular with exhibitors at this February 2019 session,” said Michael Scherpe, president of Messe Frankfurt France, fair organiser.
Like each of these six Messe Frankfurt France shows, Texworld Paris has the advantage of dedicated fashion shows and forms part of the Small Quantities and Sustainable Sourcing circuits, which are aimed at professionals wanting to place orders for small volumes or to find eco-friendly or ethical suppliers. As for the new Handmade circuit, it is intended to showcase manual skills
“This profusion of solutions for fabrics is what makes Texworld Paris a vital meeting place for exchanging ideas and conducting business. Business is of prime importance to each and every one of us, obviously, as all our exhibitors are especially well-qualified when it comes to meeting the expectations of fashion markets, whether they relate to design, quality, economy, timing or even sustainability. By creating the Handmade circuit next to the Sustainable Sourcing and Small Quantities circuits, it is made clear that the twenty industrial textile- producing countries, which go to make up the offer, have much to teach us and to contribute,” added Scherpe.