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      London's exclusive luxury fashion fabric show

      14 - 15 October 2020 ONE MARYLEBONE, LONDON, NW1 4AQ 10.00am - 5.00pm

      The beauty of Textile Forum

      The beauty of Textile Forum

      The beauty of local sourcing Textile Forum is a beautiful show in more ways than one. It offers beautiful fabrics displayed in a beautiful venue with the added beauty that most of the 100 plus collections on show are produced in the UK or mainland Europe. The order to delivery timeframe can be as short as a few hours, but generally a few days as exhibitors invest in holding stock in the UK; so even those fabrics that may have originated from afar can arrive on your doorstep fast. And if that is not enough beauty to behold, Textile Forum exhibitors have very low minimum order quantities. How beautiful is that? Take in the beauty of Textile Forum by visiting next week. Read More
      Consciously sustainable-  more eco-friendly fabrics will be on show at Textile Forum

      Consciously sustainable- more eco-friendly fabrics will be on show at Textile Forum

      With the increase in demand for sustainable fabrics, there will be an even greater selection of eco-friendly fabrics on show at the March 2020 Textile Forum. There will be polyesters made from recycled plastic bottles, organic cotton laces, peace silks and a “fruit salad” of fabrics produced from bananas, pineapples and oranges among the eco-friendly fabrics available from stock and with a low minimum order. Among the exhibitors promoting eco-friendly collections are: Bridal Fabrics, Michael’s Bridal Fabrics, Carrington Fabrics, Partap, first time exhibitor Ouka London and Cash’s Apparel Solutions. Carrington Fabrics has three fabrics - a silky satin, a quality with a wool peach feel and a lining – all made out of 100 per cent recycled polyester which managing director Robert Moyle thinks in five years’ time will become… Read More
      Textile Forum predicts upbeat mood will increase demand for decorative fabrics and vivid colours

      Textile Forum predicts upbeat mood will increase demand for decorative fabrics and vivid colours

      London’s luxury fabric and trimmings event also includes specialist garment manufacturers The new year has brought with it a far more upbeat mood among designers, which is translating into greater interest in decorative fabrics and vivid colours, say the organisers of Textile Forum, the UK’s luxury fashion fabric show (11-12 March 2020 at One Marylebone, London), where more than 100 collections will be exhibited. “Exhibitors are also reporting that alongside this optimistic air, designers are showing increased signs of loyalty and want to work even more closely with their fabric suppliers,” explains Amy Packham, event director, Textile Forum. “This means the latter are not just developing the core products for which they have become well-known but sourcing additional qualities to broaden their appeal, which in turn is making the market… Read More
      October was a great show – lots of new visitors and buyers were spending

      October was a great show – lots of new visitors and buyers were spending

      Textile Forum continues to live up to its reputation as THE sourcing event for fashion fabrics, with the October show featuring a great range of exhibitors and a good cross section of visitors looking for quality fabrics. Despite the uncertain political and economic climate, designers were upbeat and were placing orders as well as sourcing samples for their new collections. Jamie Morgan of Henry Bertrand, one of the companies that has shown at Textile Forum since it was launched in 2002, was particularly positive, saying he had one of his best shows and had made lots of new enquiries, a view echoed by Saffron Hare of James Hare, which has also supported the event since its inception. Many exhibitors – including Bridal Fabrics, Carrington Fabrics, Partap and Michaels Bridal Fabrics… Read More
      Quality, exclusivity and sustainability rule the day

      Quality, exclusivity and sustainability rule the day

      Quality, exclusivity, sustainability – these are the three bywords that designers are concentrating on as they put together their new collections, says Amy Packham, event director Textile Forum, the UK’s luxury fashion fabric show held from 16-17 October 2019 at One Marylebone London. "With the uncertainty of Brexit, which has dulled spending, a wish to be more environmentally conscious and competition from new market disruptors – such as clothing rental subscription businesses – fashion designers have got their work cut out to succeed in 2020,” adds Amy Packham “However, the beauty of a show such as Textile Forum is that designers can work closely with their fabric suppliers, order small minimums and meet customers' individual demands for bespoke outfits. As such they can generate luxurious signature led designs with longevity… Read More
      Lots of new faces appeared at Textile Forum’s March 2019 edition

      Lots of new faces appeared at Textile Forum’s March 2019 edition

      There were a lot of new faces at the March 2019 Textile Forum, among both the exhibitors and visitors to Textile Forum which delivered a very buoyant edition of London’s only luxury fashion fabric fair catering for designers. While outside of the show, there may have been all the discord surrounding Brexit, inside One Marylebone, everyone was focused on the fabrics.? With all exhibitors able to offer small minimums this provided the flexibility that buyers were looking for in these uncertain times. Exhibitor Linton Tweeds was showing its new collection of stock lines, Nunoya showed its laminated, waterproof quirky prints, and anything embellished or embroidered was very much in demand. With articles in the press the week of the show highlighting leather shirts as the latest trend it was not… Read More
      Fabrics for all seasons at March Textile Forum

      Fabrics for all seasons at March Textile Forum

      Fabrics for all seasons at March Textile Forum New UKFT supported garment manufacturing section launched The next Textile Forum, London’s luxury fashion fabric show running from 13-14 March at One Marylebone, will offer designers and fabric buyers the opportunity to select textiles for current and future collections. Additionally UKFT is supporting a section for garment manufacturers. "UKFT has supported Textile Forum since its inception in 2002 and we are delighted the association is helping us develop this aspect of the show," says Textile Forum event director Amy Packham. "One of the most common questions we are asked is: where can I source good garment manufacturing? For our visitors to be able to select fabrics and production in one place makes perfect sense." Textile Forum exhibitors are geared up to provide… Read More
      Textile Forum was a great success

      Textile Forum was a great success

      Last month’s Textile Forum was a huge success with buyers enjoying the relaxed and beautiful venue which led to good orders and lots of sampling from our largest selection of luxury fabrics from across the globe. Established brands, big designer labels, newcomers and next generation students working on their final collections were among the visitors from across the UK, as well as from Scandinavia and even the US. “Exhibitors at Textile Forum are in a perfect position to ?sell to both entrenched brands and also be in the forefront of working with the businesses of tomorrow. We heard many stories this week about customers who started off with a small sample order at Textile Forum who have become much bigger customers and finding these ‘gems’ is an exciting aspect of… Read More
      Textile Forum relates a fabric story strong in  quality and provenance

      Textile Forum relates a fabric story strong in quality and provenance

      This autumn’s Textile Forum running from 10-11 October 2018 at One Marylebone, London, will be showcasing its broadest range of luxury fabrics to date, with many exhibitors emphasising not just the quality of their fabrics, but also their provenance. “Today’s fabric buyers are as keen to know the story behind the fabrics they have chosen as they are to ensure that the designs are on trend; provenance is really important these days as designers are looking to ‘connect’ with their suppliers," explains Amy Packham, Textile Forum’s event director. “At this October’s show we have many exhibitors who have a long history of producing the finest, specialist fabrics and constantly improving their quality and investing in new developments to meet today’s designers’ exacting specifications.” A W Hainsworth is using Textile Forum… Read More
      Textile Forum marches on with more than 100 luxury fabric collections

      Textile Forum marches on with more than 100 luxury fabric collections

      The next spring edition of Textile Forum running from 14-15 March 2018 at One Marylebone in London, will showcase more than 100 collections, mainly from luxury European fabric suppliers.?In addition, more than 20 garment manufacturers will be offering production and sampling services, as following the success at the October Textile Forum, the?Manufacturers Trade Show (staged by the Centre for Fashion Enterprise) will again be relocating its event alongside the fabric companies. “The interest from fabric companies in Continental Europe to promote themselves in the UK has never been stronger, despite the difficult retail conditions in the UK and we also have some fantastic new UK suppliers presenting in March,” says Amy Packham, Textile Forum’s event director. First-time exhibitors in March include UK heritage menswear suitings brand Dormeuil; Linton Tweeds with… Read More

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