Texworld Apparel Sourcing Paris: global production in the fashion industries in the heart of Paris

Published: April 29, 2024
Author: Fashion Value Chain

Texworld Apparel Sourcing Paris opens its doors from 1 to 3 July at Paris Expo Porte de Versailles. An overview of global production in the fashion industries in the heart of Paris.

The date is set on the calendars of every European player in the textile and clothing markets: for 3 days, the Apparel Sourcing and Texworld trade shows, with their key sectors Avantex and Leatherworld, will be bringing together at the Paris Expo Porte de Versailles most of the world’s supply for fashion brands, from ready-to-wear to luxury.

More than a thousand exhibitors from the world’s major sourcing countries will be offering inspirational sources for building collections for 2025-2026. This season’s show will focus on suppliers of innovative products and solutions for high-performance and sustainable fashion.

Yarn in the spotlight

Taking us further upstream in the industry and for the first time at the Parisian trade shows, a pavilion featuring yarn producers will be found at the exhibition. Co-organised with Yarn Expo, a Shanghai show in the Messe Frankfurt galaxy, this dedicated pavilion will feature cutting-edge companies from China, India, Pakistan and Taiwan.

A Leather trends area at Leatherworld, partnerships at Avantex As in previous summers, this season’s show will bring together all the different aspects of Texworld Apparel Sourcing Paris. Leatherworld, the platform dedicated to leather sourcing, is announcing the return of a South African pavilion featuring a high-quality range of products. This area will also host a Leather Trends area created and run by Italian publisher Edizioni AF, a specialist in the leather industry. Particular attention will be paid to the design
processes and choice of materials used by Italian accessories and footwear manufacturers. A number of new features are also expected in the Avantex innovations area: exclusive partnerships – with the IFA Paris fashion design school, the TCBL association and the TUV Rheinland certification body – will showcase cutting-edge solutions in sustainable fashion and textiles, and provide an opportunity to discuss these issues at expert round tables.

Furthermore, we will be showcasing Texpertise Econogy, the sustainable economy approach developed by the international Messe Frankfurt group to guide visitors in their sourcing choices. Following its successful launch in February, the upcoming event will continue to promote sustainability with a number of exciting features and provide a platform for green pioneers.

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