(Filed Under Financial and General Interest News). The big Paris lingerie and textile trade shows, originally scheduled for January 22-24, have been postponed until June 18-22 due to Covid.
The Salon International de la Lingerie and Interfiliere Paris moved the shows “due to the current health situation, which is creating a resurgence of pandemic-related travel restrictions.” The two shows, along with the Curve shows in the U.S., are controlled by the event organization Comexposium.
According to the Paris announcement, “International visitors and exhibitors represent 65% of our participants, and both of these upstream and downstream trade shows want to ensure better conditions, in order to maintain their ambitions as essential events on a global scale.”
It added, “This unprecedented session in June will allow us to offer a comprehensive overview of the Lingerie x Loungewear x Swimwear x Activewear markets for all global stakeholders in Paris at Porte de Versailles, Hall 7.2.”
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