Why is Denim Show going to be a part of GARTEX 2018?
27 Jun 2018

The jeans made from Denim were invented by Jacob W. Davis in partnership with Levi Strauss & Co. in 1871. It has been almost 150 years since its arrival. However, the denim industry has transitioned over the years, now offering an eclectic range of denim applications besides trousers. it is imperative that a Denim Show is crafted for the Indian market.

With the changing times and trends. Therefore, Denim Show is going to be a part of Gartex 2018. It is a unique opportunity for denim fraternity in India. It is a reason for professionals and denim heads to get united by the love of indigo. The show renders an opportunity to discover innovations and trends in denim for the first time in India. Denim was quite prevalent a few years back and a huge fashion trend, however, it is making a huge comeback after the athleisure trend will get stronger in the coming seasons.

The Denim Show will prove as an excellent platform to gain knowledge and latest updates on denim developments. It can be reckoned as a much-needed platform to participate in the development of original products. The show is an eclectic platform for exhibitors from Denim Mills, Accessories & Trims, Denim Finishing & Washing Technology, Denim Garment & Apparel Machinery and Dyes & Chemicals.

Visitors such as Garment/Denim Manufacturers, Denim Designers, Merchandisers, Apparel Brands, Export Houses, Brands, Fabric Sourcing Teams and Buying Houses will find this exhibition extremely productive as well as connect with the major Denim industry players!

Be a part of Gartex 2018, and capitalize on this excellent opportunity to explore innovation combined with traditional quality and style.

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