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New players in Elite sector at Texworld Paris

This year, around thirty exhibitors will give visitors their undivided attention at Texworld Paris, next month.

11th January 2019

Innovation in Textiles
 |  Paris

Clothing/​Footwear, Sustainable

Each season, Elite sector of the Texworld Paris trade show for fashion brings together a selection of companies which offer, in addition to textiles, an array of services to best realise the customers’ fashion projects. This year, around thirty exhibitors will give visitors their undivided attention at Texworld Paris, which takes place from 11-14 February.

“These exhibitors are eager to discuss what you have planned for the future and will be happy to talk about design, colours, patterns, prints, sourcing, assembly, schedules, transport, logistics and many more,” organisers report. “Three new companies joined the Elite sector, to be discovered next month.”

Er&Ez Textile

Er&Ez Textile is a Turkish group that offers cotton for ladieswear (95%) and kidswear (5%). The company is Oeko-Tex 100 certified and its activities englobes weaving, dyeing and finishing. Er&Ez Group started its production in 2013 and has been growing ever since.

The company produces women’s clothing (pants, dresses, blouses, jackets) within integrated facility. All the machinery and machine parts are state-of-art models. The company supplies fabrics to the global brands in Europe and aims to maintain its corporate values: “trustworthiness and prestige are the primary principles in the countries where business is carried”.


Duckwoo is a silky aspect specialist for ladieswear (90%) and menswear (10%), with a various offer, including recycled polyester items. Established in 1994, Duckwoo Corporation is one of the largest woven fabric mills in Korea.

Its brand name W-tex is well-known for its high-quality fabrics with special hand-feel. Duckwoo is famous for its new developments, every season, following the fashion trends. From the light weight fabrics for blouses, the company is producing heavy weight fabrics for blazers and dresses as well.

Master Textile Mills

Master Textile Mills, one of the largest vertical integrated company in Pakistan, has more than 5,000 employees. Its main products include cotton, cotton/elastane, Tencel, Modal, T-400, bi-stretch, dobby, yarn dyed, denim fabrics and garments.

“Master Textile Mills is one step ahead in eco-friendly product development to assist their customers adapting the latest fashion trends, along with maintaining their promising quality standards,” the company reports. “Established in 1992, Master Textile Mills is spinning, weaving, dyeing and printing denim and garments. Our proud partners are Zara, CK (PVH), Kiabi, Bestseller, Arcadia, Original Marine, River Island, Guess, Tom Tailor, Wrangler, Next, Hugo Boss, Lucky Brands, and Aeropostale.”


Taking place twice a year at Paris – Le Bourget, Texworld, with around 1,000 exhibitors, offers professional buyers from all over the world a rich variety of products from basics to creative high-end fabrics of excellent quality.

It is a must for manufacturers specialising in: cotton, denim, drapery and tailoring, embroidery and lace, jacquard, knitted fabrics, linen and hemp, prints, shirting, silk, silky aspects, sportswear and functional fabrics, trims and accessories, wool and woolen materials. Last year, the show attracted more than 1,850 exhibitors from 30 countries and around 29,000 visitors from 110 countries.

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