With more than 15 months to go before the exhibition opens, many companies already plan to launch their products in Milan.
With 10,501 visitors, there was a strong international dimension to the show, with higher attendance from Spain, China, Mexico and India.
A first Austrian clothing producer to receive EMAS certification for improvements to operational environmental protection has become Oeko-Tex Company of the Month.
A new performance fibre with the finest filaments is said to provide a high level of ultimate comfort.
A 13.8% growth in wholesale turnover is driven by the successful launch of PrimaDonna Swim and the strong growth in lingerie, the company reports.
Nylstar has exhibited its latest innovations under the slogan ‘We are soul’ in Paris last weekend, showcasing products with anti-aging and moisturising properties.
The new Invista’s brand architecture has been shaped by consumers as well as global qualitative and quantitative research, in order to connect better with its customers.
Shanghai Mode Lingerie will stage a display showcasing outstanding heritage pieces from the last centuries, celebrating the show’s 10th anniversary.
A new partnership agreement is expected to lead to greater developments in the Russian market, according to a leading international trade fair organiser Igedo.
LGL Electronics will be heading to Brazil in August where it will show its range of advanced electronic yarn feeders at Febratex which is being held in Blumenau-SC from 12-15 August 2014.