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Source Fashion London: Indian Exhibitors See Good Response

Source Fashion London: Indian Exhibitors See Good Response

The UK has always been recognized as a center for excellence in fabrics and textiles. Furthermore, the UK is one of the leaders in drawing attention to ethical manufacturing.

Small clothing firms proudly take their place next to global brands at Source Fashion. In the UK, there is space for all, and for those looking to manufacture close to home, every company in this space is a must see.

Source Fashion is also held along with Pure London which is a the gateway to retail for manufacturers and suppliers from across the world.

From raw materials, fabrics, trims and packaging, all the way through to contract manufacturers it offers in house design services also.

Source Fashion brings the inspiration and tools together in one exciting destination to bring new ranges to life.

Source Fashion is the UK’s new sustainable sourcing show, bringing the international fashion supply chain under one roof at Olympia, London.

It is  uniting manufacturers from key sourcing regions around the world with high profile retailers, brands, and designers.

Shri Romesh Khajuria Chairman, WWEPC,

Romesh Khajuria, Chairman, Wool & Woollens Export Promotion Council, Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India lead the delegation of Indian exporters to Pure London 2023 and reported a very encouraging response from the show.

“The show’s immensely popular for bringing potential buyers and exhibitors from around the world, most of our members from WWEPC who joined the show shared their satisfaction over the response,” said Khajuria.

Source Fashion saw presence from over 20 countries with manufacturers joining from Peru to Cambodia, Pakistan to Portugal, Hong Kong to Italy and Greece all the way back to the UK. Powerhouses like China, India and Turkey are also part of the show.

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Renowned international Designer Erinn , Suzanne Ellingham, Director Mr. Michal, Pietro of Source Fashion, London , Mr. Bilal, Member Committee of administration, WWEPC and others were seen at the show.

Apparel sourcing in a time of fragile global trade recovery; Eco apparel: Earth friendly packaging and A fashion focus and Ethical clothing starts with industry collaboration were some of the topics that were discussed during the seminars at the exhibition.


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