LA Textile to Feature New Exhibitors, Trends for '12

LOS ANGELES-The Los Angeles International Textile Show (LA Textile) will debut an increased exhibitor showcase next week for Fall/Winter 2012/2013. 

Located at the California Market Center, this edition of the show features a number of new exhibitors for textile, design & production resources, according to the California Market Center, including an expanded European Collections Pavilion, as well as the return of the Lenzing Innovation Pavilion and the Korean Pavilion presented by KOTRA.

Attendees can also expect complimentary daily seminars by world-renowned trend forecasters and industry experts, an opening night reception co-hosted by Lenzing and LA Textile, and an interactive trend gallery co-curated by trend partner WGSN and LA Textile.

The show takes place Oct. 10 -12.

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