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SEPTEMBER 10, 2018

Spotlight on Japanese Mills


Japan has a long tradition of creating finely crafted textiles. We’re excited to highlight an expanded lineup of premier Japanese mills at this season’s LA TEXTILE.




JAPAN BLUE / COLLECT DENIM

JAPAN BLUE's legendary mill is held in the highest esteem by Japan's denim enthusiasts and premium denim brands from around the world. Known for beautiful denim and casualwear fabrics inspired by vintage workwear, military and American casualwear and meticulously weaved on antique looms, COLLECT is consistently named among the world's top selvedge denim mills.




MARUWA / SHUTTLE NOTES

Established in 1948, the MARUWA woven fabric mill and it's brand SHUTTLE NOTES has a longstanding reputation as a great manufacturer of premium Japanese fabric and garments, merging traditional looms with modern technology to create fabrics reflecting a superb craftsmanship.

This Show, SHUTTLE NOTES will debut a new collection that is all about texture, regimental stripes and nep/slub fabric.

 



R PLUS CREATION

Louis Vuittion by Virgil Abloh, Fear of God, Marc Jacobs, AG Jeans, J Brand Jeans, Rag & Bone, and Tesla, are just a few of the iconic companies that have sought out R PLUS CREATION's premium Japanese fabrics & denim. Founded by LA-based Rika Ikegami, the textile agency represents Japanese mills Toray, Toray Ultrasuede, Kaihara, Yoshiwa, Kuwamura, Masuda, Vancet, Sunwell & Sun Corona, among many others.

 



SHINDO

With showrooms in Tokyo, Paris, New York, and Los Angeles, SHINDO is renowned by the global fashion industry as one of the premier resources for high-quality ribbons and trims. SHINDO's extensive catalog of designs boasts over 40,000 colorways and width variations for any designer's needs, and counts many of the world's top fashion brands as clients, including Alexander Wang, Mother Denim, Alice & Olivia, Oscar De La Renta, Everlane, Tory Burch, James Perse, Brooks Brothers, and Splendid/Ella Moss, to name a few.

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ALSO FEATURING

Additional exhibitors presenting Japanese-made fabrics include
Stylem, Hokkoh, Uni Textile, Zen Tex, Epic Textiles, Philips-Boyne, Ribbon Connections, and GPI Factory.

View Our Complete Exhibitor List For More







 





LA TEXTILE is a California Market Center Event.   9th & Main.   Downtown LA.