New Delhi: The 18th edition of Tex-Styles exhibition opened its doors in New Delhi, India. The textile fair provides visitors a one-stop platform for purchase of every conceivable textile product produced in India. ITPO’s Executive Director, Rajneesh inaugurated the fair, which is featuring 35 exhibitors from textile and apparel industry of the country. Covering an area of more than 5,000 sq. m., Tex-Style India is featuring theme pavilions, trend forums, fashion shows, fabric folios which are meaningful in terms of highlighting the new trends, season’s forecasts and innovative concept for textile industry. Jammu and Kashmir is participating in as a ‘Partner State’ for the first time.
Exhibitors in Tex-Styles are displaying a wide range of products and services – fibres and yarns, cotton, wool, jute, synthetics and various blends, pure blended silk and wool, linen and its finer counts in cotton, blends in synthetics, hand wovens, denims, furnishings and made-ups, shawls, tassels, laces, threads, jackets, pants, skirts, blouses, shirts, cut and sewn garments. However, day 1 of the show noted a low footfall.