LOS ANGELES — March 9, 2015 — The Spring/Summer 16 Edition of the Los Angeles International Textile Show (LA Textile) took place March 2-4, 2015 at the California Market Center (CMC) with an impressive roster of designers and companies in attendance.
“Many exhibitors were pleased with the quality of attendees this Show,” says Rebecca Aguilar, LA Textile Spokesperson. “Despite the local and national inclement weather affecting travel on Monday, exhibitors reported seeing an evident increase in notable designers and companies throughout the Show.”
The attendee turnout was studded by prominent company names representing almost every Market segment, including Lilly Pulitzer, Guess ?, Gap Inc, Perry Ellis, Spirit Activewear, Joes Jeans, Modcloth, Miss Me, Tobi, Walt Disney Company, Style Stalker, Wildfox, Jenni Kayne, Corey Lynn Calter, American Apparel, PacSun, BCBG Max Azria, Nasty Gal, Party Skirts, Twelfth Street by Cynthia Vincent, Lovers and Friends, David Tutera, Trina Turk, Free People, Splendid/Ella Moss, Rory Beca, Planet Blue, Skechers, Toms, Obey Clothing, 7 for all Mankind, Billabong, Mark Zunino, J Brand, Vera Bradley, The Honest Company, American Rag & CIE, David Meister, Juicy Couture, Celebrity Pink Jeans, Banana Republic, Old Navy, Edenation, Spiritual Gangster, G-Star, Stussy, Heidi Merrick, Volkswagen, Brian Lichtenberg, Three Dots, Manhattan Beachwear, Michael Stars, Kohl’s, Karen Kane, Havianas, Current/Elliott, The Reformation, Speedo, Warnaco, Black Halo, Rachel Pally, Little Giraffe, Robin Piccone, Levi Strauss, Honeydew Intimates, Jachs NY, Torrid, Trashy Lingerie, Obey, Iron & Resin, JC Penney, Monique Lhuillier, Fresh Jive, Hudson Jeans, and many more.
In addition to quality, exhibitors embraced the assortment of LA Textile’s diverse designer and buyer audience, including newcomer Vintage Indigo Textiles, whose vintage 100% natural dyed cotton range from Mali was an attendee favorite, enjoying a consistently busy booth on the Show floor as well as trending significantly among visitor activity on LA TEXTILE’s social media. “This Show was great,” says Carol Sissoko. “We saw many store owners, designers, and interior decorators. It was an awesome Show.”
Another attendee favorite was the Trend Forum co-curated by LA Textile’s official trend partner Promostyl. The Paris-based trend forecasting company presented four trends for the Spring/Summer 16 season including Bliss, Flux, Antik, and Stuff.
“The SS16 Show was great, and a total success,” says Janna Stark of Promostyl. “We had amazing exhibitors and I was able to meet and talk with so many great attendees who are working on all kinds of different projects. I am personally always inspired by the quality of the textiles and the innovative designs I see each season. Promostyl was happy to see so many exhibitors taking note of the trends and I think that this also made the attendees quite happy.”
The Fall/Winter 16/17 Edition of the LA Textile Show will take place September 28-30, 2015 at the California Market Center.
Posted March 10, 2015
Source: LA Textile