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London Textile Forum

Mills focused on embellishment, heritage looks and luxe fabrics at The Music Room on October 19-20.


Litmans offers fabrics for evening, occasion and party wear. Embroidered and beaded lace looks strong, while foiled lace catches the eye. Another option blends foiled sections with printed areas on an acetate and spandex blend for a sparkly dimensional effect.

Contact: 01159 708992

James Hare

Floral and polka dots are embroidered onto organza and dupion for a playful style, while embroidered tulles and embellished organza stand out. Crushed silk dupion brings a dimensional feel alongside a push on blended silk options, including wool, linen and taffeta.

Contact: 0113 236 4906


Established in 1978, Ringhart specialises in shirt fabrics that are 100% cotton. Stripes are key, with uniform candy stripes and unusual styles that feature different stripe sizes. Heritage styles dominate, with country-inspired checks coming through.

Contact: 020 8335 4700

British Alpaca Fashion

Launched in June, British Alpaca Fashion offers a blend of alpaca, silk and linen. Herringbones channel the heritage look while a checkerboard fabric has a three-colour cotton warp and alpaca weft. Felted alpaca is more directional. All the alpaca is farmed in the UK.

Contact: 07736 351973

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