Hordes of new fabric events will be held at the upcoming New York Textile Week from July 19-21, 2022. As per a Carved in Blue report, six different shows based on textile and apparel sourcing will be held during the week. The highlight of the fashion week will be the Texworld New York City event from July 19-21at the Javits Centre. The first in-person event after a fully virtual show in January, it will provide an opportunity to buyers and designers to explore products and meet vendors live. The show will also include the Lenzing Seminar Series and Textile Talks. A hybrid Sourcing Showroom will allow virtual exhibitors to engage with attendees.
Apparel Sourcing New York City and Home Textiles Sourcing will be co-located with the Texworld that will also footwear as an added category, in partnership with Material Exchange and the Footwear Distributors & Retailers Association.
The two-day Première Vision New York will also open on July 19 and feature over 100 exhibitors across fabric, leather, manufacturing, etc. The show will present sustainability solutions to American buyers. It will include talks about the trends to expect in upcoming seasons.
The Functional Fabric Fair—powered by Performance Days—will be held from July 19-20, 2022 at the Javits Center. This show will focus on functional textiles for categories including sportswear, workwear and athleisure. In 2022, it will focus on the topic “The Journey to Carbon Neutrality.”
Kingpins Show will be held in New York on July 20 and 21. The denim-centric show will include Tencel™ as one of the the exhibitors, alongside denim mills and fiber brands. It will also host seminar talks to delve into denim and our series “FIT Denim Grads: Where Are they Now”?
From July 20-21, The Fabric Show will also be on at the New York Hotel. This show will focus on American, Canadian and European textile and trim suppliers offering low-priced fabrics. The last event will be organized by Istanbul Textile and Raw Materials Exporters’ Association (ITKIB) to spotlight Turkish suppliers and mills.