Live now: Future Fabrics Virtual Expo, updated and enhanced

written by Charlotte Turner

We are delighted to announce the launch of the updated and enhanced Future Fabrics Virtual Expo, initially developed in 2013 in response to international market demand, reflecting the global increase in interest to source more sustainably, and to extend the lifespan of the successful 3rd Future Fabrics Expo.

The virtual expo gives you a sneak preview ahead of the Future Fabrics Expo (next taking place on 28th– 30th September 2014, London), through year-round online access to a curated range of sustainable fabrics and mills.

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Click the image to visit the Future Fabrics Virtual Expo

Sustainable fabrics tool

The Future Fabrics Virtual Expo is now a more advanced online research and sourcing platform, with increased search capability, and opportunity for direct contact with mills. It can link fabric buyers and designers with international mills, and enable constant access to sourcing and sustainability information about fabrics with a reduced environmental impact.

The fabrics are searchable by categories from fibre type and price, to certification and provenance, and educational background information alongside each fabric makes it a valuable tool for both designers and buyers new to the area of sustainable textiles and materials, as well as those with established sustainable sourcing strategies.

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British wool; Low impact fish leather; Organic vegetable dyed silk; Modal satin

Diverse global fabrics

An ever expanding range of individually sourced materials from international mills is showcased on the Future Fabrics Virtual Expo, which will also be featured in the 4th Future Fabrics Expo, 28th to 30th September in London, alongside many more from around the world. The virtual expo represents a diverse overview of sustainable fabrics, from organic cotton denim, British wool, and sustainable silks, to linen and organic cotton blends, low impact leather, and woven and knitted organic cotton qualities. In addition, it features new fashion and product innovations from materials lab Materio.

You no longer need to wait until the annual Future Fabrics Expo to discover new sustainable fabrics and mills.

Visit www.futurefabricsexpo.com to find out more.
The Future Fabrics Virtual Expo is generously sponsored by Kassim Textiles and Elmer & Zweifel.

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