London fabric show Textile Forum will grow to include 20% more brands at the next edition on October 14-15, making it the event’s largest exhibition in 13 years.
The biannual show, held at One Marylebone, London, will use the increased space to host a bigger selection of fabrics for men’s outwear and daywear, the show’s co-founder and organiser Linda Laderman said in a statement.
New businesses set to join the exhibition include Dugdale Bros, the last remaining cloth merchant in Huddersfield, textile designers Eve Johnson and Lorna Doyle, and packaging, hang-tag and label solutions provider A-Tex.
They will join returning exhibitors such as weaving mill Hainsworth, cloth merchant Holland & Sherry and alpaca fibre specialist British Alpaca Fashion Company.
Textile Forum was founded in 2002 and showcases fabrics for menswear, womenswear and childrenswear collections.
Registration for the event and a full list of exhibitors is available online now at Textileforum.org.uk.