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19 Feb, 2015

Bangkok Int’l Fashion & Leather Fairs 2015 to be held March 11-15

Feb. 18, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Department of International Trade Promotion (DITP), Ministry of Commerce invites you to attend the 33th Bangkok International Fashion Fair and Bangkok International Leather Fair or BIFF&BIL. This time, BIFF&BIL 2015, which will be held during March 11-15, 2015 at Challenger Hall 1-2, IMPACT Muang Thong Thani, will portray the new whole new look under the new concept, “Catching the Creative Spirit.”

"Catching the Creative Spirit": Bangkok International Fashion Fair and Bangkok International Leather Fair 2015 By Department of International Trade Promotion, Ministry of Commerce

Organized by the Department of International Trade Promotion, Ministry of Commerce, Thailand, the Bangkok International Fashion Fair & Bangkok International Leather Fair (BIFF&BIL) has proven to be a true sourcing hub of quality fashion products of the ASEAN region.

In line with the evolving fashion world, the 33rd BIFF&BIL in 2015 takes to new heights with an exciting new look, more innovative concept and modern spatial design to cater to the needs of both exhibitors and buyers. For the upcoming 2015 edition, BIFF&BIL Bangkok underlines the concept of “Catching the Creative Spirit” with aim to push forward the creative designs of ASEAN to the world.

With new innovative exhibition concept, this unique meeting point covers the area of 20,000 square meters, set in an entirely fresh and modern setting. Over 500 companies in 1,000 booths from selected domestic and overseas exhibitors present their latest products and services. Covering from upstream, midstream to downstream, BIFF&BIL 2015 is a fully comprehensive display of textiles, apparel and leather goods where the whole range of textile manufacturing starting from fiber, spinning, weaving, dyeing, printing and finishing to fashionable designs come together. With BIFF&BIL Bangkok 2015, Thailand proves to be the hub of textile trading and fashion products of ASEAN.

As a one-stop shop for fashion sourcing, BIFF&BIL showcases the newest 4 zones to increase the accessibility to product categories and help customers to reach their purchase decisions more effectively.

1) The Salon: a display of formal attire, workwear, specialty and occasional wear, fine lingerie and underwear, fashion accessories, classic leather products and footwear for formal and business occasions.

2) The Street: a display of casual wear, denim, sportswear and outerwear, street and urban wear, children’s wear, sports underwear, fashion accessories, casual leather goods and footwear for casual occasions together with leisure and sport bags.

3) The Heritage: a display of products of ethnic origins including silk, cotton and other ethnic merchandise.

4) The Source: a display of raw materials and related manufacturing services ranging from fibers and yarns, textiles, clothing accessories, fashion machinery and chemicals, raw leather materials and tanneries, leather components and accessories to leather machinery and chemicals.

To stress that BIFF&BIL Bangkok 2015 in the trendsetter of ASEAN, Asst. Prof. Anothai Cholachatpinyo — a contributor who keens in fashion and textile industries, shares top Thailand’s trends in colors, styles and materials for the upcoming Spring/Summer 2016, called “Spirit of Thailand.” Inspired by the essence of Thai cultural and social zeitgeists, from the unique geographical character that leads to exquisite craftsmanship (Tropical Artisan), the social melting pot that gives birth to unique Colonial architecture (Indochina), the lively, all-smiley personality of Thai people (Snooksnan) and the intriguing complexity of sexuality in the modern age (Gender Futurism).

For more information about BIFF&BIL 2015, please visit:

Website: www.biffandbil.com and www.thaitradefair.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/BIFF-BIL-Bangkok/1478506112399564
Trade Day: March 11-13, 2015 during 10.00 am – 06.00 pm
Public Day: March 14-15, 2015 during 10.00 am – 09.00 pm