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Textiles trends: the latest textile trends

Stay in touch with the latest textile trends, featuring the newest textile trends from textile shows across Europe.

Harris Tweed

Harris Tweed: A revival is looming

13th September 2014

Harris Tweed may have a 105-year-long tradition, but its strategy is thoroughly modern.

Made in Britain

Made in Britain Manufacturing

26 July 2014

Bringing it Home- With speed to market required like never before, demand for UK manufacturing is on the up.

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London Textile Forum

23 March 2012

Appliquéd florals, dyed horsehair wefts, stretch lace and ribbed 3D fabrics were among the major spring 13 textile trends at The Music Room in London.

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Première Vision Spring 15 - textile trend forecast

1 March 2014

Première Vision’s fashion director Pascaline Wilhelm predicts the top trend directions for next season.

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Obituary: menswear journalist David Harvey (1930-2014)

Tributes have been paid to menswear and textiles journalist David Harvey, who died on September 2 after a short fight against cancer. He was 84 and died at his home in Cuxham, Oxfordshire.

The London Design Print Fair boasted a strong buyer turnout and praise from exhibitors for its first edition, which took place March 12 and 13 at One Marylebone in London.

First edition of London Print Design Fair well-received

The London Design Print Fair boasted a strong buyer turnout and praise from exhibitors for its first edition, which took place March 12 and 13 at One Marylebone in London.

Made in Scotland

Video: Made in Scotland - Designed with Passion. Made with Integrity

This is a short taster of a 16-minute video produced by Textiles Scotland, the promotional body for the sector north of the border.

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Premiere Vision's UK visitor numbers climb

Visitor numbers at Parisian fabric trade show Premiere Vision rose this season, with UK buyer numbers also up.

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