Intertextile Apparel in China this October will feature Asian pavilions once again.

The Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, and Taiwan pavilions will be back at Intertextile Apparel, the ready-to-wear fabrics fair, which will be held from October 9–11 in China. According to the organizers, China offers significant commercial potential for the outside provider due to its sizable population and growing demand for high-quality goods.

The Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, and Taiwan pavilions will be back at Intertextile Apparel, the ready-to-wear fabrics fair, which will be held from October 9–11 in China. China offers significant commercial potential for the foreign supplier due to its sizable population and rising demand for high-quality goods.

Consumer awareness of product value has grown, which drives up demand for higher-quality goods in the Chinese market. In other words, quality and value are taking precedence above pricing, which we think is positive, according to Hiroomi Fujinami, product planning division at Iris Co Ltd.

Numerous Chinese buyers stopped by the Japan Pavilion at the spring edition in March 2021, resulting in contracts that, according to the pavilion’s organizers, Japan Fashion Week Organization, were worth a total of approximately JPY 3.5 billion ($31.9 million) over three days (JFW).

There will be 36 businesses represented in the Japan Pavilion, including two first-time exhibitors. Exclusively made natural and polyester fibers will be on show with the very best original Japanese patterns. Japanese suppliers have frequently distinguished themselves by accepting orders for small quantities and by managing stock orders efficiently. Iris Co Ltd (Stand number: 2.1-G65), Marusa Co Ltd (Stand number: 2.1-J57), Nikke Textile Co Ltd (Stand number: 2.1-G57), Suzuki Bleach and Dyeing Co Ltd (Stand number: 2.1-F58), and Uni Textile Co Ltd are a few important exhibitors to keep an eye out for (Stand number: 2.1-E56).

There will be 15 exhibitors at the Taiwan Pavilion showing the most cutting-edge accessories and apparel. Featured items include renowned lace and embroidery for bridal and high-end costumes as well as practical textiles with sanitary and antibacterial properties. There are three firms exhibiting: Shu Hong Co Ltd (Stand number: 2.1-C32), Wedtex Industrial Corp., and Keen Ching Industrial Co Ltd (Stand number: 2.1-C34) (Stand number: 2.1-C46).

The Hong Kong Pavilion, organized by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), will feature ladieswear, casualwear, and utilitarian wear from eight vendors, as well as a selection of fine needlework and premium knitted materials. HongKong Bonvor Industrial Limited (Stand number: 2.1-J52) and Xiang Tai Textile (HK) Limited are two notable exhibitors (stand number: 2.1-K52).

The Korea Pavilion members will mostly focus on ladieswear, casual wear, and practical wear. The event is organized by the Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA) and the Korea Fashion Textile Association (KFTA). The 14 exhibitors’ collections include velvet, modal, metallic, tencel, nylon, rayon, cotton, jacquard, linen, wool, polyester, coated, printed, and mixed woven textiles in addition to a variety of fancy and practical materials. Frog Co Ltd is an exhibitor that stands out (stand number: 2.1-D66).

Milano Unica can also be found in SalonEurope among vendors from Switzerland, Turkey, France, the UK, and other nations, to name a few, to complete the country and area pavilions. For the first time since the pandemic began, Milano Unica is returning to Intertextile. It will consist of 38 exhibitors and include items ranging from wool, cotton, and functional fabrics to suiting and shirting materials. The German zone will feature the greatest made-in-Germany fabrics, with a focus on raw materials, finishings, functional textiles, and more.

At the National Exhibition and Convention Center, Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics Autumn Edition will be held with Intertextile Shanghai Home Textiles Autumn Edition, Yarn Expo Autumn, CHIC, and PH Value (Shanghai).

Newspaper Fibre2Fashion Desk (JL)

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