Texworld Evolution Paris and Apparel Sourcing Paris are collaborating to present a line-up with 1,260 companies participating in the two shows.

Texworld reports having 760 companies representing major sourcing countries including China, Korea, Turkey, India, and Taiwan.

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Apparel Sourcing Paris, will host over 500 companies specialising in finished products, and feature a significant presence of European manufacturers.

Last year’s event saw a 40% exhibitor number increase with an expected 1300 participants. The anticipation was attributed to the very good results of the winter session and the desire of exhibitors to maintain close contact with the market.

This year’s edition reaffirms the role of international suppliers and European markets in the global fashion and apparel industry. As 2024 marks a crucial point for buyers developing their Spring-Summer 2025 collections.

Texworld Evolution Paris aims to provide visitors with insights into market developments and demand trends. The 2024 edition introduces trend areas for each show, featuring innovative samples closely following market trends.

Highlight areas will present a broader selection of garments and raw materials, assisting buyers in their selection process.

“Texpertise Econogy”: Embracing Sustainability

This year’s focus on “Texpertise Econogy” underscores the fusion of ecology and economic development.

Texworld Evolution Paris will adopt this approach to guide its sustainable development initiatives and shape the sourcing methods of its platform.

The newly introduced Econogy Finder will enable visitors to access an online directory listing about 80 companies that produce sustainably.

Exhibitors committed to sustainable supply chains, materials, and processes will be recognised with visible Econogy symbols, having undergone verification by third-party organisations.

Several conferences on February 5 will delve into topics such as the Texpertise Econogy concept, “zero waste” fashion solutions, alternative finishing techniques, environmental and social impact communication, and the reorganisation of textile industry value chains.

Key Participants

Indonesia and Taiwan are making a return, showcasing a high-quality range of silky products, cotton fabrics, and embroidery expertise.

European companies, such as Italy’s Aquilatero, will also debut the prominence of performance textiles in the 2025 collections.

The Denim Village will unite international companies from Bangladesh, China, India, and Pakistan, offering raw materials and finished products.

A dedicated pavilion will showcase nine Ukrainian companies, highlighting their expertise in womenswear products that have long been present in the sourcing schemes of French and European principals, along with representation from Bulgaria and the Foursource hub.

Messe Frankfurt, Texworld organisers, extended its textile sourcing industry event Texworld to Los Angeles, California in March 2023.