Around thirty exhibitors – lace-makers and embroiderers, weavers and manufacturers, knit or accessories specialists – are returning after several sessions of absence or are joining the show for the first time this session.
Albert Guegain: this French company, created in 1904, specializes in very fine embroidery on tulle. Highly reactive, it offers a stock service of over 500 fabric grounds in a variety of colours (velvet, tulle, lace, chiffon, etc.).
DaXin: Chinese company created in 2008, Dongguan DaXin Embroidery Co. offers all types of embroidery and produces between 4 and 5 million metres: all-overs, trims and floral, graphic or geometric motifs, embroidered on tulle, motifs embroidered on lace, water-soluble embroidery, etc.
Digitale: Brazilian family firm, launched in 1994, specializing in digital printing. Fully integrated from the knitting stage, it sells 480,000 kg of printed fabric per year and sustainably produces 40 tons of print each month.
Fabtex: a major knit specialist, created in 2000, this Taiwanese company offers a wide range of crêpe, velvet, double face tricot, single jersey, interlock, piqué, fleece, terry, striped and jacquard fabrics, as well as stretch knits and lace.
Innova: launched in 2017, and specializing in the production of innovative textiles, Innova has come up with a unique concept based on the reactivity and performance of its product range. Fabrics with varying levels of elasticity, interlocks, shaping fabrics in recycled polyamide-elastane, doubles-face fabrics, cotton and polyamide.
Ricamificio di Fagnano: this Italian embroidery specialist was launched in Fagnano in 1984. It produces over 300 articles per year for lingerie, outerwear, nightwear and the luxury market and exports 69% of production. 100% ‘Made in Italy’ production.
Britânnia Têxtil: created in 1984 by Cristina Veloso and Mark Shaw, it produces accessories for decorating textiles: bows, ribbons, pompoms, tassels, elastic, appliqué motifs, fringing, elastic and rigid braiding. Produces 3.2 million metres per month with total capacity of 4 million metres.