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Textiles

October 20th, 2012

Save the Date for the 2nd Future Fabrics Expo – EVENT

The Future Fabrics Expo organised by The Sustainable Angle will again showcase hundreds of globally sourced fabrics with a lower environmental impact suitable for mid to high end fashion brands, like last year hosted by the London College of Fashion with the support ofthe Centre for Sustainable Fashion.

The Expo focuses on the fashion industry and how its environmental impact can be lowered through innovation in the textile industry. and novel ideas to transform the fashion system and design practice. This curated expo will showcase a diverse range of individuall)I selected fabrics, products and ideas related to lowering the environmental impact of the fashion supply chain.

They will have many new sustainable fibres and fabrics and the scope of the expo has been progressing this year also. She the invitation which can also be forwarded on, with a link to register for the Expo which will take place on November 7th – 9th 2012 at the London College of Fashion in the Rootstein Hopkins event space.

They also now have a studio in West London, which is open by appointment to come by and view the fabrics. They can offer further services in the studio such as sourcing assistance and tailored presentations. lf you are unable to attend the expo, you can get in touch with them to arrange an appointment at our West London studio. Find out more about the expo and our services below.







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