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Jun 15, 20243:01pm

London’s textile fair prepares for its next edition with 180 exhibitors

Texfusion will be held between November 20 and 21 at the Business Design Center in the British capital and expects more than 2,000 buyers.

Nov 18, 2019 — 5:00pm

London’s textile fair prepares for its next edition with 180 exhibitors



The textile fair in London faces its tenth edition. Texfusion will be held together with The London Print Design Fair between November 20 and 21 at the Business Desing Center, in the British capital. The fair will feature 180 exhibitors, double that in the March edition, and expects more than 2,000 buyers to attend.


The fair is specialized in fabrics and clothing manufacturers, and will also have a section dedicated to denim, which was launched in the March 2018 edition, as well as two spaces specialized in womenswear and menswear.


The fair expects to gather more than sixty exhibitors from China in this edition, which will be present in a differentiated space. In addition, Texfusion has allied with Taiwan Textile Federation (TTF) to have the presence of ten companies of the country.


Texfusion, which first edition was in 2007, takes place twice a year, the first one in New York and the second one in London. The fair specializes in technical textiles, fabrics, womenswear and menswear and denim.

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