Texfusion and The London Print Design
Fair double exhibitor numbers
Texfusion and The London Print
Design Fair double exhibitor numbers. The escalating success of
the two shows leads to a substantial increase in numbers, with a
wider exhibiting area now expanding to the gallery level. This
two-day exhibition dedicated to design and international
manufacturing will be held from 31st October to 1st November
The PRINT DESIGN area hosts 50 companies, among the top
European print studios, coming to London to present their latest
Innovation and creativity are offered to the top British
fashion brands, which have the exclusivity to preview the new
trends at the Business Design Centre this autumn.
“Fab show, lovely atmosphere… The new space is great. Clients
came from many European countries, it was really exciting. It’s
great to have a show like this in London,” says Sam Morray, Sam
Morray Design, Exhibitor TLPDF.
The Print Design Fair had, as usual, a strong presence of
British Studios (about 80%) with an increasing number of
exhibitors from abroad: France, Italy, Switzerland and US to
name a few.
A small selection of Vintage Garments will be presented
beside the prints, responding to the increasing attention to
vintage by the top fashion brands.
TEXFUSION, on the other side of the hall, counts now around
180 exhibitors, almost doubling the numbers from the March 2018
This significant increase in numbers is generated by the new
partnerships with The Taiwan Textile Federation (TTF), Tengda
Exhibition (China & Hong Kong) and the Synthetic and Rayon
Textiles Export Promotion Council (India).
The products presented at Texfusion are: fashion fabrics,
accessories, garments, technical fabrics and denim produced in
20 international Countries.
TENGA EXHIBITION organises the China & Hong Kong Pavilion at
Texfusion taking 40 exhibitors presenting fashion fabrics,
garments, accessories and denim. Chinese fabrics and garments
are in high demand in the UK thanks to the competitive prices
and production reliability.
For the second time at Texfusion, THE TAIWAN TEXTILE
FEDERATION (TTF), is organising the Taiwan Pavilion, taking 10
companies specialising in technical fabrics, sustainability and
Taiwan is renown in the industry for the massive investment
in new technologies and R&D which has developed, over the years,
onto a flourish proliferation of high-end and ultra-specialised
group of manufacturers.
The Indian Pavilion will be coordinated by the Synthetic &
Rayon Textiles Export Promotion Council (SERTP) including 40
The range of products presented within the Indian Pavilion
covers fashion fabrics (with a wide range of shirting and
suiting), accessories and garments.
“Friendly environment for new business opportunities” Laura
Beretta, Thermore (Far East Ltd) – (Exhibitor Technical