With an increasingly wide offer reinforced by the inauguration of Leatherworld Paris (which invests part of hall 2), the addition of a third hall was essential to the layout of Texworld Paris, which registers an increasing average booth size.
A better offer visibility to encourage new discoveries:
The extension on hall 3 is accompanied by a major reorganization of the sectors: cotton joins the hall 4 and knit now integrates the new Hall 3.
The sectors specialties (sophisticated & casual) are no longer distinguished and each sector is henceforth concentrated in one and the same place.
Drapery and wool also invest the new hall 3 while embroidery, jacquard, prints, cotton, shirting and hemp/linen will take place in hall 4.
For this 43rd edition, Silk will be showcased as material of honor: it will be highlighted, both in its traditional and innovative aspect, on the autumn-winter 19/20 trends forum, Vertige!
As a matter of fact, we register a square meter increase in the silk-dedicated area, thanks to the presence of large high-end operators such as:
The Koreans New Star Tex and their spring-summer proposals, very luxurious, for women's ready-to-wear.
The Chinese Hua Jia Silk and their ancestral know-how, which refines women's ready-to-wear, especially with its famous silk georgettes.
The Turkish offer, with around one hundred exhibitors, confirms its leading role in the knitwear industry with Migiboy Tekstil, as well as in cotton with Bordo Tekstil, which will offer an organic cotton collection.
We also note the presence of another cotton specialist: Nahar Industrial Enterprises.
The national pavilions will bring high the colors of Pakistan, South Korea (whose surface increases thanks to a great involvement), Thailand, and a great novelty for this edition, Taiwan.
Indeed Texworld Paris will host for the very first time a Taiwanese pavilion, gathering 16 exhibitors with numerous specialties:
Chutex, a social & environmental committed company that offers high-quality draperies.
Livatex Esperanza, a high-end embroidery & lace specialist.
Par Fame, the vertically integrated cotton specialist whose R & D department generates high quality functional fabrics.
In addition, find the autumn-winter 19/20 trends forum, Vertige, part of which will be dedicated to the Festival International des Jeunes Créateurs de Mode de Dinan winners.
There you will find the men's ready-to-wear Cognaq, the women's collection by Dario Briegmann, the Eclort brand, and the favorite collection of Armine Ohanyan.
Finally, you will discover more and more extensive itineraries:
• The Sustainable Sourcing Itinerary, dedicated to eco-textiles.
• The Small Order Itinerary, which brings together garment manufacturers able to supply small quantities, from 50 to 100 meters.