Tag : London Textile Fair
Buyers demanded sustainability at the latest edition of the London Textile Fair.
Exhibitors reported mixed results at the autumn 19 edition of the London Textile Fair, as market concerns and nervousness were offset by the presence of good-quality buyers and a strong British showing.
Challenging market conditions dampened the mood at the London Textile Fair’s latest edition, but the show maintained a steady stream of buyers and exhibitors.
Ongoing uncertainty surrounding Brexit did not discourage buyers from turning up in full force at the newly expanded London Textile Fair this week.
The London Textile Fair: view from the floorSubscription
Buyers flocked to the textiles trade show at London’s Business Design centre on 11-12 Janaury to gain inspiration early on in the season, while exibitors told Drapers their customers were working closer to season and looking for smaller minimums.
London Textile Fair gets off to positive startSubscription
The first day of the London Textile Fair received upbeat reviews from both exhibitors and buyers yesterday.
Economic uncertainty following Brexit and a struggling high street failed to dampen the mood at last week’s London Textile Fair.
From cotton/silk blends to knitted denim, buyers were treated to a plethora of fabrics at the London Textile Fair in the Business Design Centre, Islington, London.
Off The Record, January 22 2016Subscription
What’s been happening in the world of fashion this week.
London Textile Fair gets off to strong startSubscription
There was a positive mood on the first day of the London Textile Fair (January 13-14) at the Business Design Centre in Islington, which based on pre-registrations is expecting to attract 4,500 visitors from the likes of Marks & Spencer, Next, Jaeger, River Island, Whistles and Oasis.