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Textile Events reveals details of first US-based Texfusion

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Textile Events is gearing up for a busy January, hosting another edition of The London Textile Fair at the Business Design Centre in London and the inaugural US-based Texfusion in New York.


Photo: The London Textile Fair


Taking place at the Penn Plaza Pavilion, just off Penn Station and Madison Square Garden, Texfusion will cater for European and international fabric and accessory manufacturers.

Around 100 exhibitors will come together on 16-17 January at the first Texfusion in New York, taking advantage of the city’s reputation as the “fashion capital and apparel manufacturing hub for the East Coast.

Meanwhile in London, over 500 exhibitors will showcase their collections on 9-10 January at The London Textile Fair. Predominantly European, with 98% of exhibitors coming from Europe or Turkey, the event will provide an overview of market trends for Spring/Summer 2020.

More than 5,000 visitors are expected to attend over the two days, mainly from from the UK but also from France, Belgium, Italy, Portugal, Northern Europe and Middle East.

The London Textile Fair will return with three areas, Fashion Fabrics, Accessories and Print Design and Vintage Garments. Of these, Fashion Fabrics will be the largest, hosting 400 exhibitors and 600 collections.

Textile Events is also behind the London Print Design Fair and Texfusion.

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