Source Fashion 2024, which is scheduled to take place from 18-20 February at Olympia London, aims to connect international manufacturers and suppliers to with UK fashion brands and retailers.

The forthcoming show will feature manufacturers from countries that have exhibited before such as the UK, India, Portugal, Turkey, Madagascar, China, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Peru, the Philippines, and Ethiopia. It will also debut fashion manufacturers from Mongolia, Lithuania, and Tunisia.

Director of sourcing at Source Fashion, Suzanne Ellingham, says: “Source Fashion in February 2024 is an exciting moment in the history of the show as we continue to expand and grow.

“Visitors will love the quality, diversity and variety of producers, makers and manufacturers from around the world with the best of the best in terms of high-quality knitted apparel, luxury wool knits, leather, denim, and more across our sectors including fabrics, accessories, sportswear, garment manufacturers, packaging, yarns, trims and fixtures, plus design & technology.”

Every exhibitor at Source Fashion undergoes an audit to ensure sustainability and transparency remain integral to their business model.

The show encompasses raw materials, fabrics, trims and packaging, as well as contract manufacturers that offer in-house design services.

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Source Fashion says its July 2023 edition attracted some of the fashion retail industry’s biggest names, including buyers, sourcing managers, product developers, technologists, and designers from the likes of John Lewis, H&M and Fat Face.

John Lewis fashion category sourcing manager Jean-Pierre Aguis shares his experience at Source Fashion: “I’ve had some interesting conversations with manufacturers and attended a few talks which were really insightful. This is the second time we have attended Source Fashion and it is a great fashion show.

“I had very interesting conversations with suppliers from Madagascar, which is not an area we currently source from, but the products they brought are very impressive so I have taken away quite a few interesting contacts.”

Vito D’Antoni, product developer, and production manager at Lulu Guinness adds: “To have everything in one place here in London, covering all the product categories from different territories is exactly what we want.’’

The July 2023 edition, featured a seminar programme that covered the latest legislation impacting the fashion sector, sourcing challenges and sustainable innovations.