MESSE FRANKFURT, the team behind Texworld Evolution Paris, says the format of the relaunch edition will enable exhibitors from major sourcing countries to be welcomed at the Parc des Expositions.
Providing maximum convenience for visitors, Apparel Sourcing, Avantex, Leatherworld, and Texworld Paris will be held in the same location over the course of three days.
Apparel Sourcing Paris will focus on the sourcing of finished garments; Avantex Paris for new materials and innovative processes; Leatherworld Paris dedicated to leather and related materials; and Texworld Paris for fabric sourcing.
Meetings, conferences and round tables will complete the product offer, opening up debates on current themes, creative trends and textile innovations.
Texworld Paris is renewing its international mission, giving buyers a forward-looking vision of the spring-summer 2023 season’s creative trends combined with an expanded global sourcing offer.
Texworld Denim’s jeans offer is also expected to be on display alongside
Avantex Paris, the first trade fair for technology and sustainable development in fashion, will bring together a selection of the most innovative proposals in terms
of fabrics, materials, components and services.
Thematic itineraries to make it easier for visitors to find their way around and optimise their research will also be part of the show. The signage will be set up to identify exhibitors offering eco-responsible products, as well as manufacturers who can deliver small quantities of fabrics (between 50m and 100m) or finished products in small volumes (orders of less than 100 pieces).
Meanwhile, Leatherworld Paris will welcome producers of leather products and related
materials from Thailand, India, China and Pakistan.
Apparel Sourcing Paris will feature around 100 exhibitors, including several Chinese manufacturers. In total, finished products from around ten countries will be represented at Le Bourget, including India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Rwanda, which will be participating for the second time.