Australia's premier international sourcing show is back for 2019. Join us in connecting with international industry professionals specialising in apparel, textile manufacturing, marketing and sourcing!
The National Wool Museum will host a major new biennial Design Festival in 2020 – inviting fashion designers, makers and artists to make items of headwear, neckwear (including scarves), bodywear or footwear and complete looks – which respond to the Festival’s 2020 theme of “Design for the Future: Sustainable and Ethical Textiles and Fashion.”
Now firmly entrenched on the Australian apparel and fashion sourcing calendar, the 9th edition of the event, co-located with Footwear and Leather Show 3rd edition and China Clothing Textiles Accessories Expo 18th edition, attracted major brands and buyers from across Australia and New Zealand, and the broader region.
HONG KONG FASHION ACCESS | 14-16 MARCH
Hong Kong Fashion Access is offering AFC members an opportunity to be a part of the Hosted Buyer Programme at the Hong Kong Fashion Access, Cashmere World and APLF – Leather & Materials Trade Fair.
If you're looking for manufacturers and suppliers in Asia, this is a fantastic opportunity to go and check them out. There are only three spots available!
The successful applicant will receive;
1. Round Trip Air Ticket & 2 nights at a 4 star hotel.
2. Exclusive Networking Event.
3. Personalised Business Matching to source new products and suppliers.
4. Complimentary entry to fashion industry seminars and conferences held during the 3-day event.
5. Privileged access to the VIP buyer lounge with complimentary refreshments.
If you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking for performance testing and advice? Get to know CTF Members Aparna and Pinakin from APN Performance Testing. APN Performance Testing is an independent testing services provider, helping businesses choose the correct test protocol, arrange to conduct testing and provide interpretation of test results. From assistance with care labelling through to evaluation tests on textiles, clothing, personal protective equipment, leather, footwear and allied products.
Meet Emily Wills, freelance textile designer and founder of Melbourne based SURFACE 1°22. The multifaceted enterprise creates bold surface pattern designs that are available for purchase or for licensing and also runs workshops and short courses in surface pattern design. Collaborating with fashion brands around the globe, SURFACE 1°22’s print designs have featured in swim, resort and active-wear collections globally.
Developing quality fabrics since 1946, the privately owned Australian company is a leading innovator in technical textiles and protective, performance fabrics. Bruck play an important role in the Australian supply chain with capabilities ranging from weaving, dye and print technologies, through to collaborative developments in infrared surveillance.
We'd like to introduce you to the amazing team at ABMT Textiles. Operating out of Melbourne since 1998, ABMT have fast become global leaders in sustainable performance & fashion textiles, manufacturing knitted fabrics for the likes of Under Armour, Arc’teryx, Adidas, Kookai, Energetiks and Jeanswest!
What do luxury labels Dries Van Noten, Balenciaga, Dion Lee, Proenza Schouler, Lanvin, Zac Posen and Opening Ceremony have in common? They are all clients of Melbourne's own bespoke knitting mill MTK Australia! Servicing the local and international industry for the past 87 years, these Council of Textile and Fashion members are a testament to the quality and capability of our textile & fashion sectors!
The TFIA Directory allows individuals and businesses alike to search capabilities across the Australian TCF supply chain. This week we'd like to draw your attention to Fashion Within, who offer training and consulting services to the Fashion & Textile Industry. Operating out of Melbourne, Fashion Within's founder Carolina Quintero is no stranger to many of you - having recently run some industry workshops with TFIA!
Thank you to all the local Australian businesses who are getting involved and helping us update the TFIA Directory Resource! This month we'd like to introduce you to the legends at Next State - a digital textile printer specialising in stock service natural fabrics for the apparel and homewares industries. Geoff Spink and Chole Kerr of Next State opened the doors in 2014 and have since been working with their clientele to provide excellent quality printing at an affordable price with outstanding service...