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Friday, September 19, 2014

Fall/Winter 2015/2016 Los Angeles International Textile Show

The Fall/Winter 2015/2016 Los Angeles International Textile Show will take place from Monday-Wednesday, September 29-October 1, 2014 at the California Market Center (CMC) in downtown Los Angeles. Hosted in the Penthouse, on the 13th floor, and the Fashion Theater, in the Main Lobby, show hours are from 9:00am-5:00pm on Monday and Tuesday, and 9:00am-4:00pm on Wednesday. Highlights include the return of the Korean Pavilion, featuring KOTRA, as well as the official Trend Forum, co-curated by new trend forecasting partner Promostyl, and an increase in the participation of European mills.

Long time exhibitor Howard Bobis of Friday Fabrics represents many European mills, including countries such as France and Italy. "Trends start in Europe. My Fall collections have many unique fabrics that are not made anywhere else," Bobis says of his mills. "They will be shown in LA for the first time." Bobis has been showing at LA Textile for close to 15 years and continues to return due to the success his mills have at every Show. "I always open new accounts at the LA Textile Show because it is such a great broad and diverse market."

In addition to the French and Italian mills of Friday Fabrics, there has been an increase in the amount of textile exhibitors participating in the European Pavilion. "Our European Pavilion has grown since the last Show," says LA Textile Spokesperson Rebecca Aguilar. "We are seeing a great deal more of mills from European countries such as Germany, Spain, and the UK. We also have an increase in prestigious fabric companies from countries like Japan and Turkey."

Notable European exhibitors include Billon by 2b Diffusions, Ercea Int'l, Baronet S.R.L., Bella Tela, Deveaux SA, Elliott Berman Textiles, Freudenberg Vilene, Lanificio Nencini, Intesa C SRL, Darquer, Lanificio Corti Marcello, Liberty Art Fabrics, Malhia Kent, KBC, Solstiss, La Stephanoise, Charles Parsons, Tissage des Chaumes, Mapel, Junior Srl Arte Ricami By Adele Zibetti, Euromaglia SRL, Tiss et Teint, Vema and many more.

Not only will attendees discover an increase of European textile companies, they will be pleased to see the return of the Korean Pavilion presented by KOTRA in the Fashion Theater at the CMC. "We are happy to be returning for our 9th year at the LA Textile Show," says Hannah Lee, Trade Consultant for KOTRA. "The rate of return for our Korean exhibitors is greater at the LA Textile Show than any other show. They see continued success year after year." Exhibitors include Sungmin Enterprise, Intex, Duksung P&T, K S H Corporation, Rohan Fabric, Kyunwon, Korea Textile Center, Hemosu Textile, CNC Fashion, Ventex, Keumbo Textile Co. Ltd, Haneun Textile, Ducksan Enterprise, Supreme Fabric, Ludia, Samsung Industrial, A Jin Corporation, and A Loom de Ri.

The Lenzing Innovation Pavilion will also return with their notable affiliated partners, which include exhibitors such as Design Knit Inc, Laguna Fabrics, Shara-Tex, Texollini, Unitex International, Zentex, Buhler Quality Yarns Corp., American Fabrics International, Britannia Mills Ltd, Epic Textiles, Lenzing Fibers Inc., Tuscarora Yarns, Impex Textiles, Pacific Coast Knitting, and Sextet Fabrics. 

The LA Textile Show will also host the official Trend Forum in the Main Lobby of the CMC, co-curated by renowned trend forecasting partner Promostyl. Promostyl will provide the Show with the key trend directions for the F/W 15/16 season. The Paris-based agency will also play a role in continuing to bring a European perspective to the West Coast this Show. "We could not think of a better place than the LA Textile Show to present our ideas and inspire the creation of future garments and products," says Promostyl Trend Consultant, Janna Stark.

Designers who attend the Show are encouraged to seek inspiration from the four macro-trends presented by Promostyl including utilitarian-chic "Block;" cozy, sensitive "Tenderness;" sophisticated, sporty-luxe "Details;" and colorful, eccentric "Animism."  

In addition to textile and design resources, the Show will offer attendees numerous perks and hospitality, as well as a packed schedule of complimentary seminars. Seminars will be presented by industry experts such as Promostyl, PeclersParis, Fashion Snoops, Design Options, Color Portfolio, Global Purchasing Co, Fashion Business Inc, Lenzing, FAB Counsel, California Fashion Association, Adobe for Fashion, and V Mora. 

Attendees and exhibitors are also invited to kick off the first day of the Show with a complimentary wine bar presented by JM International Group in Aisle 100 of the European Pavilion featuring wine from Italy, France, and Spain. JM International Group represents an impressive list of textile companies including Bel Maille, Bella Tela, Bennett Silks, Confetti, Corti Marcello, Darquer, Mahlia Kent, Paultex, Tiss Et Teint, Twelve, Vema, and 496 Fabric Lab.

The Fall/Winter 15/16 edition of the Los Angeles International Textile Show will run Monday - Wednesday, September 29 - Oct 1, 2014, at the CMC.


About the Los Angeles International Textile Show (LA TEXTILE) - LA Textile is the fashion industry's destination for premier textile, design and production resources. Offering hundreds of fabric selections and design services from around the world, the caliber of resources and fashion direction is presented with our Contemporary designer audience in mind. Our trend forum, co-curated by trend partner Promostyl, and complimentary seminar program are designed to inform and inspire. For more information, please visit www.californiamarketcenter.com/latextile.

If you wish to learn about last years event, you can check our Fall/Winter 2014/2015 Los Angeles International Textile Show report we posted last year.

You may want to refresh your memory and read about Spring/Summer 2015 Los Angeles International Textile Show that took place in March 2014 from our previous blog post on this subject.

Thank you for taking the time to read our textile industry blog post. We hope that you have found this fabric relevant news to be informative. If you have comments or questions, please add your thoughts in the discussion area below.

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