Istanbul Textile and Raw Materials Exporters Association (ITHIB) is a leading entity representing the textile and raw materials exporters of Turkey with its members over 7000. Activating throughout the country, ITHIB members deal with the production and export of various textile products such as yarn, fiber, fabric, home textile, technical textiles and garment sub-industry. ITHIB members realize more than 50% of the total textile export of Turkey and form the majority of the Turkish textile manufacturers and exporters. ITHIB aims to support its members pursuant to the priorities of the textile sector. In addition to this, ITHIB aspires to protect the common interests of the Turkish textile sector both in national and international platforms and also at governmental level.
La Spola was first published in 1997, as the ‘voice’ of Italian textile districts. The magazine’s paper version was issued in 2009, when it became an online daily newspaper and the range of issues covered was extended: not only the entire textile-clothing chain, but also the textile machinery, economy and fashion fields.
Showcase is a special glossy magazine which is published on the occasion of the textile industry’s major trade shows. It is usually published every six months but, in 2015, we released a special issue on the ITMA show, of which La Spola was media partner. Showcase magazine is distributed at Pitti Filati, Milano Unica, Première Vision, Filo and other trade shows.
FROM PORTUGAL is a project from “Selectiva Moda Association” and “Textile and Clothing Association of Portugal” to promote the Portuguese: Yarns, Fabrics, Accessories, Technical and Functional Textiles, Fashion, Home Textile and Decoration , from Europe to America and Asia.
For FABRICS and ACCESSORIES we will be in 2016 at: The London Textile Fair, Première Vision New York, Colombiatex, Munich Fabric Start, Milano Unica, Premiere Vision Paris, Jitac European Textile Fair, Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics, Premiere Vision Istambul and Tissu Premier.
Apparel Insider spotlights financial and sustainability issues in the global apparel sector, blending exclusive news and insight with knowledgeable commentary and opinion. Probing and insightful, it is written by experienced, connected journalists with the inside track on the textiles industry. Our website and magazine are essential reading for stakeholders in the global apparel and textile industries.
The most comprehensive preview of raw materials plus all the major textiles fairs. Up and coming trends in yarns, fabrics and accessories grouped together and then described separately under the headings of colors, yarns, wools, fabrics, prints and profiles. New trends are presented in an inspirational and tangible way, combining images with innovative products. The coming season’s trends are described six months in advance of the fashion shows, after extensive research carried out by expert textile consultants. The magazine is completed by three sections dedicated to the previous season’s bestsellers, to trends emerging from fashion textiles fairs all over the world and to new technology.
Launched back in 2006, Ecotextile News was the very first publication dedicated to reducing the impact of textiles on the environment and since then it has provided unrivalled expert comment and broken thousands of news stories on environmental and social compliance in the global fashion sector. Founded by environmental biologist and textile journalist John Mowbray, Ecotextile News has become a powerful voice among retailers, brands and NGO’s. The publication has partnered with the likes of the Sustainable Apparel Coalition, the ZDHC and even the European Commission. It’s widely acknowledged that it influences the buying decisions of key international companies on how they can – and should – source textiles and clothing in their supply networks.
FashionNetwork.com is a business information site for fashion professionals. FashionNetwork.com publishes daily newsletters in 10 languages worldwide. With more than 800,000 subscribers, FashionNetwork.com is the leading source of information for the world’s fashion professionals.
Established in 2001, is the leading recruitment website for fashion, textile, luxury and beauty professionals. The website has over 4 million visitors per month and is active in over 70 markets. FashionJobs.com corresponds to a need for a specialized job search platform for fashion professionals and it has been able to effectively deliver over 20,000 monthly job postings worldwide. The site has longstanding partnerships with all the major fashion, luxury and beauty brands as well as small emerging labels and top recruitment agencies.
Textures is a quarterly magazine dedicated to textiles, from yarn to fabric. For furnishing and fashion industry.
Dedicated to specialized textile retail, designers, textile editors, distributors, Italian and foreign buyers.
Interviews, visits to industry meetings, figures and market data are combined with presentations of the products and corporate news to sum up a complete and accurate choice of information for our readers and an ideal media for our advertisers.
Textile View carries in each issue over 300 pages of quality information well presented to help companies identify markets and build their fashion collections. We have a world-wide reputation for accurate and commercial fashion prediction. Our readership goes from top-end r-t-w designer names to volume distribution at High Street level. Our target is the yarn or fabric selector/buyer and the garment/knitwear stylist and manufacturer plus major retail distributors involved in their own private-label production. Textile View is widely regarded as the ‘bible’ of the industry.
The Textile Industry Confederation – Texfor is the business organization that represents and promotes the services and products of the most dynamic Spanish textile companies as yarns, fabrics, accessories and textile finishing for ready made garments, home textiles and industrial uses.
Texfor is the perfect meeting point for the companies of this sector value chain, thanks to the synergies and complementarities they can be more competitive.
Under the brand “Textiles from Spain”, our promotion in the international markets has the goal of offering a strong image of our brands, country and sector where we combine the Spanish fashion trends and quality.
Drapers is the unifying voice of fashion multiples, independents and brands. It helps businesses future-proof in an industry that is constantly changing, by providing content that addresses shared concerns and challenges, including: Changing business models and organisational structures, The latest products and trends, Innovation in technology, Changing consumer behaviour, Driving international expansion
2017 marks 130 years of Drapers supporting the fashion industry. The print magazine has grown to include a print and digital product and a portfolio of live events. To find out more about subscribing to the magazine, entering one of the awards or attending a conference.
World Textile Information Network (WTiN) is an information provider, delivering unmatched intelligence and insight into the global textile manufacturing industry. Whether through wtin.com, the WTiN app, portfolio of business-to-business magazines, exhibition newspapers and conferences, WTiN’s content is recognised for its authority and market-leading coverage. This clear industry focus means WTiN has become an integral part of the textile community, providing the highest-quality business and technical intelligence.