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View from the show: UK textiles at Première Vision July 22


UKFT was delighted to be in Paris with an inspiring group of UK textile companies exhibiting at Première Vision. Here are some of the highlights from the show:

Linton Tweeds PV July 22

Linton Tweeds – the Carlisle-based mill which is pushing the boundaries of tweed with a sustainable focus.

Ananas Anam Pinatex PV July 22

Ananas Anam with its revolutionary Piñatex material made from waste pineapple leaves.

Fox Brothers PV July 22

Fox Brothers – the Somerset woollen and worsted fabric producer which is celebrating its 250th anniversary this year.

Abraham Moon PV July 22

Abraham Moon – a proud Yorkshire manufacturer with over 180 years of heritage

Alfred Brown PV July 22

Alfred Brown, which has been weaving fine worsted cloth since 1915

Marton Mills PV July 22

Marton Mills, with its new Leathley range of woven fabrics that champions local manufacturing

Halley Stevensons

Halley Stevensons – the Dundee-based company, which has been producing waxed cotton fabrics since 1864. The company is promoting its EverWax range of next generation of sustainable fabrics and finishes

SIL Group

SIL Holdings- a vertically integrated group of textile companies based around Bradford, West Yorkshire, which includes the William Halstead, Kynoch of Scotland, Joshua Ellis and John Foster brands

Mallalieus PV July 22

Mallalieus – offering superb woollen cloths for apparel and interiors, plus fine woollen accessories such as scarves and throws

British Millerain PV July 22

British Millerain – a waxed cotton specialist for outerwear, offering a unique, durable and sustainable collection of fabrics, crafted in the UK since 1880. This season, the firm is championing its rECOver initiative, which is focused on further enhancing the sustainability of its range of textiles through continuous product R&D and investment in manufacturing processes

Interested in sourcing from the UK or learning more about our brilliant industry? Check out our campaign for responsible textiles online at: www.ukft.org/pvjuly22

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