Noida, Uttar Pradesh India (PressExposure) February 11, 2011 -- Sourcing at Magic, an upcoming trade show is all set to introduce new trends in the fashion industry. Being held in Las Vegas, the show attracts a large number of participants and visitors from all across the globe. Sourcing at Magic, organized by Magic International will be held from 13th February to 16th February 2011. The focus country of the show will be Egypt as the country has been a fashion hub for European and American high street brands and continues to grow rapidly.
The Show is a trend-setter trade event showcasing the best designs in apparels, foot wears, fabrics and textiles. The event will welcome more than 6000 fashion brands, which will showcase their trendy apparels. It is expected that Sourcing at Magic will experience a 35% increase in size in the upcoming edition. Product development, merchandising and design teams can have a direct contact with the largest gathering of apparel manufacturers, fabric & component suppliers and print design studios in North America.
"We bring the world to our exhibitors and retail attendees. Come and be inspired at North America's most comprehensive sourcing event, where you can meet face-to-face with more than 700 manufacturers from the top apparel producing countries around the world" says Chris DeMoulin, MAGIC International President and Executive Vice President of Advanstar's Fashion Group.
Various seminars will be held at the Sourcing at Magic, which will involve top industry experts. An insight will be provided on Color & Trend Forecasting, Sustainability, Best Practices, International Brand Expansion and much more.
The exclusive event will be introducing Footsteps, which will be totally a new horizon representing the Fast Fashion Footwear. It will be a great opportunity for the visitors as the whole range of footwear, i.e., from athletic to fashion will be displayed at the trade show.
Sourcing at Magic will provide a perfect environment to discover new resources from different parts of the world, including Bangladesh, India, China, Pakistan, Africa, Taiwan, Korea, Hong Kong, Southeast Asia, Ethopia and many more.