With around 30,000 designers and 2,000 retailers, Shenzhen has around 70 per cent share of China’s high-end women’s wear market. The city benefits from the South China’s status as a significant trading hub and a key area of the central government’s new Belt and Road Initiative, supported by Guangdong’s solid garment manufacturing industry.
With around 30,000 designers and 2,000 retailers, Shenzhen has around 70 per cent share of China’s high-end women’s wear market. The city benefits from the South China’s status as a significant trading hub and a key area of the central government’s new Belt and Road Initiative, supported by Guangdong’s solid garment manufacturing industry. To exploit the market potential of this city, Messe Frankfurt (HK) has teamed up with Sub-Council of Textile Industry, CCPIT; the China Textile Information Centre and the Shenzhen Garment Industry Association to organise Intertextile Pavilion Shenzhen from July 4-6, 2019 at the Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center.
Around 1,000 leading exhibitors will participate and display a wide range of fabric product categories including man-made, knitted, silk, linen / ramie, wool, denim, sportswear / functional, lace & embroidery and swimwear / lingerie, as well as yarn and fibre and accessories. They will also feature new product groups including OEM, sewing equipment and textile additives to further fulfill buyers’ diverse sourcing needs.
Domestic exhibitors in this exhibition will be housed in Halls 6 – 9, while Hall 9 will house the International Zone. This year, international pavilions at the event include:
• Taiwan Pavilion: Organised by the Taiwan Textile Federation, this zone will feature knitted, jacquard, lace and embroideries, woven fabrics, functional and denim fabrics.
• Korea Pavilion: Organised by Korea Fashion Textile Association (KFTA) and Daegu Gyeongbuk Textile Industry Association (DGTIA), this zone will display a wide range of ladies wear fabrics, such as man-made fashionable fabrics, knits, embroidery jacquard, tri-acetate woven and printed fabrics. Some exhibitors will also showcase functional fabrics and faux fur.
• Fine Japan Zone: This zone will cover a range of high-quality cotton and man-made fabrics for ladies wear as well as casual wear, with the ability to handle small order quantities, product-in-stock orders and quick delivery service.
Japan Pavilion to feature noted exhibitors
The Japan Pavilion at the Intertextile Pavilion Shenzhen will feature noted exhibitors like Kokka, Sojitz, Stylem, Sun Fashion, Sunwell, Uni Textile and Yonezawa. This pavilion will be a prime platform for Japanese exhibitors to meet high-end Chinese fashion brands, as well as high quality overseas trade buyers.