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[PIS 2022] ‘Preview in Seoul 2022’ ended successfully

‘Preview in Seoul 2022’ ended successfully

- Recovering the number of exhibitors and visitors to pre-pandemic levels, raising expectations for economic recovery

- Positioned as a leading exhibition of eco-friendly and digital innovation


The representative textile and fashion exhibition ‘Preview in Seoul (PIS) 2022’ hosted by the Korea  Federation of Textile Industries(Chairman Lee Sang-woon) ended with great success on August 26th.


In this exhibition, 311 domestic and foreign textile and fashion companies (524 booths) participated and presented global trends, eco-friendly and digital new technologies and products, and presented sustainable innovation strategies for the textile and fashion industry.


Among the eco-friendly fibers, the most eye-catching are various new bio-based products and biodegradable materials.


Hyosung TNC expanded the eco-friendly fiber area to include spandex following polyester and nylon by introducing ‘Creora Biobased’, a bio-spandex made by replacing coal with corn extract for the first time in the world.

it was easy It was good to be able to discuss new items related to materials for lightweight down jackets.”


Neoenpra introduced DuPont's 'Sorona', whose main ingredient is corn sugar, and 'Graffinus', an eco-friendly, highly functional stretch yarn that fused with multifunctional graphene fiber extracted from graphite. 


In addition, interest in biodegradable materials such as biodegradable PLA yarn using corn and sugar cane extracts from Coreshtech, bio-based membranes and nylon fabrics from Shinhan Industries, Wonchang Materials, and Haewon Trading, and Korean papaer leather from Hanwon Trading was high.


In addition, Marc Jacobs' fabric purchasing team leader Victoriya held a meeting with a jacquard fabric company for product planning for the next spring season and promised additional  meeting in New York next month. 


Messe Frankfurt Korea CEO Jin Yong-joon said, “In the aftermath of the ongoing US-China trade war, there is a trend to reduce dependence on Chinese raw materials. In the future, PIS will take the place of the Chinese exhibition as a platform that connects the global supply chain.”


In addition, the seminar program, held from August 24 to 25, on topics of high interest in the industry, such as eco-friendly materials, certification, and digital technology, filled the seats and added enthusiasm. On August 25, in order to respond to the rapidly changing global environmental change, KOFOTI and 9 regional research institutes launched the 'Textile Fashion Tech Forum' council and threw out a vote for mutual cooperation to promote PIS, a place of communication and harmony in the textile and fashion industry. added meaning.


KOFOTI official said, "We hope that PIS has been helpful in resuming global business along with the endemic transition. We will do our best to further grow as an exhibition that leads innovation in the textile and fashion industry by continuously reinforcing new contents.”


Meanwhile, next year's 'PIS 2023' exhibition will be held at COEX Hall A from Aug. 23 (Wed) to Aug. 25 (Fri), and all the textile and fashion streams will participate to showcase the latest trends and technologies.


Meanwhile, next year's 'PIS 2023' exhibition will be held at COEX Hall A from Aug. 23 (Wed) to Aug. 25 (Fri), and all the textile and fashion streams will participate to showcase the latest trends and technologies.

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