Texworld Evolution Paris – Le showroom taking place this July

Texworld Evolution Paris – Le showroom is set to return at Atelier Richelieu this 5 – 9 July 2021 with almost 7,000 samples from more than 150 manufacturers. The autumn-winter 2022-2023 trends will be unveiled at the event in a completely redesigned space.

Organiser Messe Frankfurt France is currently preparing for the show’s second edition. Buyers will be able to meet up in person to exchange ideas with other professionals, discover new creative approaches, decipher future trends, measure the quality of fabrics and finished garments and talk to manufacturers.

More than 7,000 samples directly available

The range of fabrics and garments, selected by the Messe Frankfurt France teams from a panel of international suppliers, will be expanded to offer a wide range of choices for imagining and building the sourcing of the autumn-winter 2022-2023 collections. A total of 7,000 samples from manufacturers in ten countries will be directly accessible to visitors.

Chinese, Turkish and Indian textile products to discover

Chinese, Turkish, Bangladeshi, Korean, Polish, Pakistani and Indian manufacturers have already registered for this session. Taiwan will participate for the first time. The digital tablets made available to visitors will once again facilitate direct contact with manufacturers for expressions of interest, requests for samples or quotations.

A winter 2022-2023 trendbook to build the collections

As every year, and even more so with the specific format of the Showroom, the trendbook drawn up by Louis Gérin and Grégory Lamaud, the artistic directors of Texworld Evolution Paris, will serve as the architecture for the event. The space will be organised around the four main axes that will feed the creative breath of the winter 2022-2023 collections.

As in February, buyers will be admitted by invitation, in order to ensure an adequate flow of visitors. Registration is now open and can be accessed from the Texworld Evolution Paris website.
For those unable to visit the showroom, the experience continues online thanks to the digital sourcing platform developed by Messe Frankfurt France with its partner Foursource.