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Apparel Export Promotion Council - AEPC – the apex body of Indian apparel exporters is organizing a Fashion Forecast Seminar to showcase the hottest trends of the season. AEPC has invited Ms Angelia Teo, fashion consultant from WGSN, UK to unveil the new spring/summer 2013 collection and conduct the Fashion Forecast Seminar for the season.
"This seminar will exhibit silhouettes of key items and moodboards with textile swatches sourced from India and Hongkong, offering tactile and illustrative examples of WGSN’s trends. Also, it will set the tone for important trends in the next 18 to 24 months and showcase the trends book on Influence, colours, women, men and kidswear.
“It offers all stakeholders of the Indian fashion industry a great opportunity to create their own collections in line with the global trends. AEPC has been organizing this seminar over the past few years and intend to continue holding these because of the benefits derived by its stakeholders. This year’s seminar will set the fashion trends for 2013 Spring Summer collections”, said Mr Sudhir Sekhri, Chairman Export Promotion, AEPC.
The seminar will be a great learning curve for industry professionals including fashion designers, merchandisers; industry associates market consultants and students from fashion institutes. WGSN is a leading fashion, trends forecasting intelligence service, which offers design, fashion and retail professionals. WGSN provides insights on upcoming shapes, innovative silhouettes, new materials and colour palette for women, men and kidswear.
The seminars will also take place in Jaipur, Ludhiana, Kolkata, Mumbai, Tirupur, Chennai and Bangalore.
India Infoline News Service / 09:04, Jan 22, 2015
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