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Textile Outlook International
Issue 217:
February 2023

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Editorial: Impact of the earthquakes on Turkey's textile and clothing industries (8 pages)
Sustainable product developments and innovations in textiles and clothing, February 2023 (31 pages)
Survey of the European denim fairs for spring/summer 2024 (23 pages)
Profile of Nilit: a specialist in nylon 6.6 polymer, fibres and yarns (13 pages)
Heimtextil 2023: trends, developments and innovations in home textiles (33 pages)
Trends in US textile and clothing imports, February 2023 (82 pages)

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Heimtextil 2023: trends, developments and innovations in home textiles

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There was a noticeable buzz at the 2023 edition of Heimtextil--the world's largest international trade fair for home and contract textiles. That said, there was a fall in the number of visitors who attended the event compared with the number who attended the 2022 edition--reflecting ongoing restrictions on travel, coupled with economic and political uncertainties. A key attraction for visitors attending the fair was the Trend Space, which was dedicated to the presentation of design trends in architecture, art, fashion and interior design. The theme for the Trend Space was Textiles Matter, which was chosen to encourage visitors to focus on the full life cycle of textiles, starting from fibre cultivation or manufacture and continuing through to a product's afterlife. Materials and innovations in the Trend Space were presented in four categories, namely From Earth, Nature Engineered, Make and Remake, and Continuous.

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  • The From Earth trend
  • The Nature Engineered trend
  • The Make and Remake trend
  • The Continuous trend

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