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September 11th, 2013

3rd Future Fabrics Expo London from The Sustainable Angle Details Here – TRADESHOW

The Sustainable Angle is pleased to announce that the 3rd Future Fabrics Expo hosted inside Fashion SVP, is being generously supported by some of the world’s most sustainable and forward thinking companies including Kassim DenimSwiss OrganicsPratibha Syntex and Avery Dennison. They will be showcasing some of their most sustainable innovations at the expo along with several hundred globally sourced sustainable fabrics, illustrating different ways in which the textiles and materials industry can reduce its environmental impact.

In addition, they will present a seminar on “The Sustainable Future of Textiles” at 10.30am on Tuesday 24th September as part of the two day seminar series atFashion SVP.

If you haven’t had a chance to yet, you can Register to attend the Future Fabrics Expo here, to come and discover a wide range of sustainable fabrics from around the world.

Event information:
Future Fabrics Expo at Fashion SVP (Stand SD1)
Olympia 2 Exhibition Centre
London W14 8UX

Sunday 22nd September    10am – 6pm
Monday 23rd September    10am – 4pm
Tuesday 24th September    9am – 4pm      Seminar 10.30am

In the run up to the expo you can visit their website and blog for our latest news. If you are unable to attend the expo, you can get in touch to discuss tailored workshops for your company.




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