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Texworld Evolution Paris returns to pre-pandemic levels


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Jan 29, 2024

The Parisian trade fair organized by Messe Frankfurt will take place from February 5 to 7, once again at Porte de Versailles. This time, the exhibition will occupy both upper floors of Hall 7, featuring 760 material specialists on the Texworld side and over 500 garment manufacturers on the Apparel Sourcing side.

Texworld Evolution Paris

The 1,260 exhibitors expected to showcase during this edition will exceed the record-breaking number of exhibitors from the February 2019 edition, as stated by the organizer. For this edition focused on the Spring-Summer 2025 collections, the gathering will host nearly 500 exhibiting companies from China. Turkey will continue to be well-represented, with a significant delegation organized by the Istanbul Chamber of Commerce, featuring around 100 companies participating in Texworld and Apparel Sourcing for this season.

In addition to strategic Indian suppliers, numbering around 50, Messe Frankfurt noted the return of Indonesian and Taiwanese professionals, who were more prominent participants before the health crisis. They will be accompanied by other companies representing the industries of Pakistan and Bangladesh.

“Note that activewear textiles, which hold a central place in the 2025 collections, will be particularly prominent, especially in the offerings of European companies like the Italian Aquilatero, making its debut appearance at Texworld,” said Messe Frankfurt.

On the Apparel Sourcing side, among the apparel manufacturers gathered, the organizer announced a significant presence of European manufacturers. This includes a delegation of nine Ukrainian companies whose offerings will be primarily focused on women’s ready-to-wear, while the Bulgarian industry will also have its representation.

Texworld Evolution Paris

In addition, there will be a Denim Village. Spanning no less than 600 square meters of exhibition space in Hall 7.3, it will bring together raw materials and finished products from Bangladeshi, Chinese, Indian, and Pakistani companies.

For the first time, each of the event’s shows will have its own trend space. These will be grouped in Hall 7.3. The Highlights areas located in Hall 7.2, on the other hand, will present samples of materials and clothing curated by artistic directors Louis Gérin and Grégory Lamaud. Furthermore, as mentioned by the president of Messe Frankfurt France, Frédérick Bougeard, during the previous edition, the T-Club space will be redesigned to facilitate professional meetings.

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