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Transition is the core message of the Intertextile Directions trends for Autumn / Winter 2021-22
As the world, including the fashion industry, adapts to the coronavirus pandemic, change is constant. The Intertextile Directions Trend Committee has identified TRANSITION as the theme for Autumn / Winter 2021-22 apparel fabric trends, which is represented by four key trends: FEEL GOOD, IMPACT, PRESERVATION and LYRIC. From 23 – 25 September, trade buyers can visit the Intertextile Directions Trend Forum at Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics – Autumn Edition 2020 to be inspired by revolutions that are changing the way fashion is designed, produced and addressing new generations.
Returning in September: Intertextile Apparel set to support industry recovery
Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics – Autumn Edition will return from 23 – 25 September at the National Exhibition and Convention Center. After the fair celebrated its 25th anniversary last autumn – welcoming more than 4,400 exhibitors and over 89,000 buyers – this year Intertextile will continue to support the industry with a diverse product offering from China, Asia and around the world, and a platform that reconnects the industry, encourages interaction, inspires innovation and stimulates market recovery.
Latest figures from China’s textile industry reported at Intertextile Apparel round table
China is now the world’s biggest textile exporter and market, with advanced manufacturing and additional investments placed by Chinese companies around the world. This is a major driving force behind Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics, making the fair a key platform for exchanging first-hand industry updates as well as business. The 25th Autumn Edition held a private round table meeting on 25 September 2019, which included a keynote speech and a panel discussion. Representatives of high-ranking international associations discussed the topic “Sustainability and International Capacity Cooperation in the Textile Industry”.
Intertextile Apparel marks 25 years as a trusted platform with 15% more visitors
From its debut of 123 exhibitors in 1995, to more than 4,400 at this year’s Autumn Edition: Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics has grown exponentially in the last quarter of a century. The fair’s 25th anniversary celebrations represented a trading platform that has become highly regarded as the best place to find business in China, as well as an ideal platform to meet global partners. With 89,662 visitors from over 120 countries & regions and a wide range of markets (a 15% increase from 2018, which featured 78,131 from 103 countries and regions) there is always potential to be found at Intertextile.
Intertextile Apparel to celebrate 25 years of business with global industry players
Doors will open next week for Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics, with over 4,400 high-quality exhibitors from 33 countries & regions preparing to meet tens of thousands of potential trade buyers. Keeping its roots in internationality, the fair will feature 11 country & region pavilions and zones to showcase the best of global talent, while VIP buyer delegations have been organised from India, Malaysia, the Philippines, Russia, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam, to promote more business exchanges on a global scale. The fair will be open from 25 – 27 September at the National Exhibition and Convention Center (Shanghai).
The future of fashion? At Intertextile, it’s communication and collaboration
Global climate targets and powerful consumer action are a major influence on the future of fashion. And as one of the largest trading platforms for apparel fabrics in the world, what role does Intertextile play in facilitating sustainability in fashion? This report takes a look from different perspectives from the industry, each represented at the 25th Autumn Edition of the fair in September 2019.
Exhibitors connect with hundreds of Chinese fashion brands at Intertextile Shanghai & Shenzhen’s Japan Pavilions
“Made in Japan” is a popular selling point across many consumer goods categories in China – cosmetics, stationery and homeware to name a few – and this demand also extends to the apparel textile industry. The Japan Pavilion is now well established at both Intertextile Pavilion Shenzhen – the next edition of which takes place from 4 to 6 July – and Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics, and continues to draw large crowds at every edition of both fairs. This prompts a key question: every textile producing country has its specialties, but what can be learnt from the phenomenal success of Japanese exhibitors at Intertextile?
All the important information about your trade fair visit
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Relax in the Press centre:
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- Cloak room
Press registration & contact
Any member of the press wishing to attend this fair should contact us. Our contacts would be happy to help you with any queries you might have relating to your reports. Alternatively, you can register onsite by presenting your business card at the registration counter during the fair.
Contact persons for the press
Ms Sharmaine Kwan
Tel +852 2230 9296
Fax +852 2598 7919
Ms Georgina Dunford
Tel +852 2238 9941
Fax +852 2598 7919