Heimtextil Trend Show to Spotlight Colors, Designs for Upcoming Season

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FRANKFURT, Germany-The Heimtextil 2012 Trend Show will offer insights into trends in colors and design for the coming season.

This portion of the international textiles trade fair, which will take place from Jan. 11-14, will highlight developments in esthetic elements, shapes, materials, patterns and colors based on fabric collections from exhibitors at the fair. It will also present a program of daily lectures from international designers, which will provide in-depth information about current design and market developments.

A statement from Messe Frankfurt, Heimtextil's owner and manager, said a team of design agencies from around the world determined the dominant themes for the 2012-2013 season. These themes are summarized in the Heimtextil Trend Book under "Montage," and an insight into the work of the design team can be found at heimtextil-trends.com.

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