Industry-leading speakers exhibitors prepare for mid-summer showcase

Published: May 25, 2024
Author: Fashion Value Chain

Shenzhen, 23 May 2024. Less than two weeks remain until one of South China’s top clothing textile shows opens in the city centre of Shenzhen. Important participants from all points of the value chain are getting ready to showcase breakthroughs, share world fashion trends, and provide the most recent information. Intertextile Shenzhen Apparel Fabrics 2024, which takes place from June 5–7 in Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Centre (Futian) Halls 1, 2, and 9, will include a diverse array of exhibitors from 11 different countries and regions.

A wide range of textiles and accessories encompassing ladieswear, casualwear, denim, suiting and shirting, functional wear and sportswear, as well as swimwear and lingerie, will be on display from suppliers from China, Asia-Pacific, and beyond. Alongside Intertextile Shenzhen, there are two fairs where customers can obtain products ranging from finished apparel to organic and man-made fibres. Additionally, garments will be appearing for the second time. 

Asian vendors have found success using the expo to break into South China’s market, and this year’s Japan Zone, Korea Pavilion, and Taiwan Pavilion will guarantee that they come in large numbers. Numerous domestic pavilions from Changshu, Haining, Huzhou, Shaoxing, Shengze, and other regions are joining them.

Innovation a core focus for key exhibitors 

By utilising blends of natural and synthetic fibres, as well as recycled content, suppliers are able to pair elements of sustainability and functionality, two of the market’s most sought-after categories. Aiming to catch visitors’ attention with their own spin on innovation, several key exhibitors are highlighted below: 

  • Idole Trading (China): committed to providing high-quality, innovative, and environmentally friendly materials, Idole’s latest blend of Australian wool and Japanase tri-acetate yarn results in fabrics that are breathable, glossy, anti-static, and wrinkle-free.
  • Kurabo Industries (Japan): advanced spinning, weaving, dyeing, and processing technologies have allowed the company to create fabrics from natural fibres such as cotton, wool, and linen, with a strong focus on sustainability, functionality and comfort. Key to its business are fabrics used for uniform and casual wear, and heavy fabrics such as denim. 
  • Nano and Advanced Materials Institute (Hong Kong): designated as a Research and Development Centre for nanotechnology and advanced materials by the Innovation and Technology Commission of the Hong Kong Government, NAMI provides support for market-driven technology and its commercialisation.
  • Zhangjiagang VCARE Textile (China): supplying the likes of Gap, JNBY, Next, Puma, and Zara, the company mostly produces knitted, woven, and faux wool fabrics. Its highlighted woven plush is more delicate, soft, and thick than knitting plush, and is suitable for high-quality fashion and home textile products.

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