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Heimtextil 2022: trends, developments and innovations in home textiles
published in Issue 215, October 2022
The 2022 edition of Heimtextil—the world's largest international trade fair for home and contract textiles—was held in a positive spirit, despite economic and political uncertainties affecting the textile industry. The fair was the first Heimtextil to be held since 2020 and it represented a return to business as usual following the cancellation of the 2021 edition of the fair in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. One highlight of the 2022 edition of the fair was the Trend Space, which was dedicated to the presentation of design trends in architecture, art, fashion and interior design for 2022/23. Another highlight was a lecture called Future Materials Library which showcased environmentally sustainable materials and innovations produced by companies which share a goal to transition from a linear economy to a circular economy. Materials and innovations in the lecture were presented in four categories, namely Harvesting Waste Streams, Regenerative Crops, Remade Fibres, and Sustainable Colour. Themes within each category were reflected in the materials presented by exhibitors at the fair.
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Each issue provides an authoritative source of information on key industry topics, including: circularity; cotton; environmental sustainability; fibre prices; innovation; production and consumption forecasts; imports and exports; industry giants and emerging brands; international trade fairs; key geographical markets; recommerce; retail; supply chains; textile and clothing trade; textile machinery; trade and production trends; world markets; and yarn and fabric manufacturing.
A single issue of Textile Outlook International includes:
an editorial think-piece on a topical issue from an industry expert a report on textile and apparel trade and production trends a round-up of the latest international trade fairs a feature on textile and clothing imports and exports or fibre prices, production and consumption a report on a key geographical market insight and analysis of a key market leader or fast-growing start-up
An annual subscription to Textile Outlook International is a cost-effective way to keep informed about trends and developments in the global textile and clothing industry. Subscriptions are available in printed and/or digital formats. Printed and digital subscribers receive each issue in printed format in addition to a digital PDF file, which is available immediately on publication.
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