The London Textile Fair
We are all set for another edition of The London Textile
Fair, to be held on the 19th and 20th of July 2017 at the
Business Design Centre. The show will feature a wide range of
Fashion textiles, Accessories, Print studios and Vintage
garments focusing on Autumn/Winter 2018 pre-collections.
TLTF will have a new hall dedicated to fashion textiles
accommodating about 50 new exhibitors for the vbiggest show ever
since its debut in 2008.
“2017 results are above expectations” says John Kelley, show
organiser and Textile Events owner “All our shows are fully
booked, and after the successful launch of the Home and
Technical textile hall within Texfusion last year, we have
introduced a new segment for garment manufacturers in March,
which has immediately received a positive response from British
And the surprises are not over, Textile Events will launch a
new show in New York in August 2017: The Print + Design Fair –
New York Edition, dedicated to the best British and European
“Definitely the show to be at if you want to sell your
fabrics among the top UK brands,” according to Gianni Colombo,
Dr agoni S.p.A (Italy) – Exhibitor TLTF (Textiles).
The industry professionals who come to TLTF represent almost
every fashion brand and designer within the UK. From high-street
chains to independent women, men and children clothing
retailers. Among our regular customers are: TopShop, John Lewis,
Dorothy Perkins, Tesco, Debenhams, Ted Backer, Missguided, All
Saints, Coast, Marks&Spencer, Accessorize, River Island and many
“TLTF is such a great place to find new contacts and showcase
the newest collections. The best part of the fair is that it has
a nice welcoming atmosphere,” says Ieva Kuojaite, Bruberi Design
Oy (UK) – Exhibitor TLTF (Print Studio)
The accessories and textiles halls have together more than
90% of the total exhibiting space and, due to the increasing
interest from new companies, we have opened a new room which
accommodates 50 new fabric manufacturers.
The July 2017 edition will have a wide selection of
womenswear, menswear, childrenswear fabrics and accessories with
an increasing number of technical textiles manufactures.
The Accessories Hall has grown exponentially over the last 5
editions, showcasing an impressively diverse range of products
from the best European manufacturers. The number of exhibitors
has exceeded expectation, with about 30% new companies
registered for July.
The Print Design and Vintage Garments hall attracts the
leading UK and international studios, with many studios
exhibiting also at The London Print Design Fair which takes
place in March and October.