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Latest edition of The London Textile Fair sees 6,000 visitors

Published
Jan 18, 2016

Releasing its post-show report, The London Textile Fair revealed that its latest edition - which took place on January 13-14 at London's Business Design Centre - attracted nearly 6,000 visitors.

Foto: TLTF


This is an increase from the July 2015 edition, which had 5,000 visitors, as previously reported by FashionMag. The company called the numbers "excellent" and said the result confirmed its positive trend, becoming the leading textile tradeshow in UK. This was the highest amount of visitors seen since TLTF started ten years ago.

TLTF also said there was an increase in European and international buyers and designers at the show, and visitors came from 60 countries. However, the majority of buyers, 86%, were still British. The tradeshow mainly features textile and accessory manufacturers (75% of the total), but said the Print Studios and Vintage Hall are increasing in popularity. The show had 400 exhibitors and boasted a 95% rebooking rate from the previous edition.

Buyers came from brands including Alexander McQueen, Burberry, Vivienne Westwood, Victoria Beckham, Next, Marks and Spencer, Topshop, Calvin Klein, Debenhams, ZARA, MaxMara and Stella McCartney.

“The right exhibition to enter and maintain the UK market,” said Rinaldo Frattini, Corna & Fratus srl–WFP–Exhibitor January 2016.

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