Textile Forum Celebrates 15th Anniversary with a Website Makeover

Textile Forum returns to London this year in October and will be celebrating 15 years of bringing the industry together to discover the finest fashion fabrics for the seasons ahead.

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Textile Forum Launches New Website
Textile Forum Launches New Website

To mark 15 years, they have launched a new website which is fully responsive, to guarantee the best performance on both desktop computers and on mobile.

“We are always striving to improve the Textile Forum experience for our visitors and exhibitors and the website is an essential part of keeping everyone informed,” says Amy Packham, event director. “The new site provides plenty of space for even more pictures of exhibitors’ fabrics as well as atmospheric images from previous events to tempt buyers and also illustrate the uniqueness of our long-standing event.”

At the October show, the team at Textile Forum are expecting first-time exhibitors from the UK and across the globe, as well as seasoned exhibitors who are specialists in their fields. One of the oldest British mills in the UK, Vanners, will be showing woven fabrics in silk, wool, cotton and synthetic fibres, whilst Cameltex will be travelling from China to display apparel and home textile fabrics in camel hair.

Vema is arriving from Italy to show embroidered fabrics (motifs, trims and guipures) for bridalwear and outerwear – all of which can be made with the buyers choice of colours and ground.

“We had a great spring show, with a record number of visitors, and are building on that to deliver a diverse range of luxury fabrics for designers from every sector of the fashion industry in one fantastic venue,” adds Amy.

Why not check out Textile Forum’s new responsive website, or read our guide to the importance of understanding digital to enhance your business to understand why it pays to have an easily accessible website.

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