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Texfusion: The First World Textile Fair Within The UK

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Texfusion is the first trade fair within the UK catering exclusively for international fashion fabrics and apparel accessories, functional fabrics and garment manufacturers.

Texfusion takes place twice a year in March and October and has become an unmissable event for all the industry professionals.

Launched in 2014, the show attracts around 150 among the most important international manufacturers from China, Taiwan, India, Pakistan, Turkey, Bangladesh, South America and more. Texfusion has grown exponentially and now includes, beside the historical Fashion Fabrics and Accessories, 2 new hall completely dedicated to Technical Fabrics and Garment Manufacturers.

Sustainability…

Textile Events promotes an eco-friendly culture which aims to reduce the impact of the fashion industry on the global environment. There is increasing attention on the industrial impact on the planet and fashion brands are sourcing for eco-friendly alternatives.

More than 60% of our visitors declare to source primarily for sustainable/eco-friendly products. For these reasons, we have decided that was time for Texfusion to have a trend forum dedicated to sustainability, which will help the visitors in their responsible sourcing.

Why Exhibit?

The majority of exhibitors are manufacturers and their agents who specialise in textiles, accessories, technical fabrics and garments for the clothing industry.

The Fair offers a professional and friendly atmosphere where visitors have the opportunity to source from the most important international manufacturers, showing a wide selection of products and demonstrating their competence and experience in both design and production capability.

Exhibitors are exposed to the most influential British buyers and designers from the major high-street retail stores as well as independent designers and buyers from their contract manufacturers.

Among our regular visitors are: Next, Victoria Beckham, John Lewis, Marks & Spencer, Superdry, Ted Baker, Tesco, Coast, Desigual, Zara, Uniqlo, Urban Outfitters, Hobbs Ltd, Fat Face, Oasis, Monsoon, Burberry, Asos, Primark, Salvatore Ferragamo, Sainsburys Supermarkets Ltd, Jigsaw, MaxMara, Saint Laurent, Selfridges, Harrods, Tommy Hilfiger, River Island Clothing Co, The Net-A-Porter Group Ltd, Alexander McQueen, Top Shop, Nike, Topman, Dorothy Perkins, Jaeger, Wallis, Accessorize, Barbour, Vivienne Westwood, All Saints, Gap, Fever London, Arcadia Group Ltd, Stella McCartney and many more…

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