The exhibition brought together over 90 largest textile market players from Uzbekistan. The exposition of the national stand of Uzbek enterprises occupied nearly 800 square meters, demonstrating huge capacity of this industry in Uzbekistan.
The benefits of participation of Uzbek textile manufacturers in such a significant international event are obvious. Today, Uzbekistan is turning into an attraction for all those who is somehow related to the textile industry by making consistent changes in the structure of exports from raw materials to finished products with high added value.
Domestic experts express confidence that involvement of Uzbek enterprises in the event will promote the development of new effective tools for Uzbek textile exports that meet the long-term interests of the country and foreign partners, creating a strong foundation for reliable and stable economic relations.
Such conclusions arise from the fact that representatives of many foreign companies - importers, major retail chains and retailers willingly responded to the offer to get acquainted with the national stand of Uzbekistan at the fair. It really offered much to see: the textile industry of the country was represented by a wide export range from yarn to finished garments and knitwear.
The colorful and well designed stand exhibited all areas of textile production, ranging from the production of certified high quality yarn of natural raw materials to finished cotton and silk articles.
The stand showcased samples of cotton yarn and fabrics, finished clothing, including men's shirts, a diversity of knitted sets for children and adults, bright colored sports and recreation clothes, stylish denim articles in line with the latest fashion trends.
Home textiles were broadly presented by bed linen, kitchen accessories, bath towels and bathrobes, as well as samples of medical cotton wool and cosmetic cotton. Noble Uzbek fabrics - satin, beqasam, banoras and articles from them, which have long been exported to Europe and Asia, drew interest of the visitors. They are still relevant and popular today.
The visitors feasted their eyes with handmade silk carpets, saw a collection of traditional and modern Uzbek women's clothing, which was artfully decorated with national ornaments embroidery, as well as souvenirs and accessories.
The Uzbek side organized a colorful show as a demonstration of the new collection of clothes of the domestic design center Shark Liboslari. National dress fully reflected the unique and rich history of Uzbekistan, a variety of shapes, cuts, colors, materials, accessories and parts that serve as an inexhaustible source of inspiration for many designers.
Representatives of foreign business circles could see a variety of traditional fabrics of Tashkent and Fergana regions with their own eyes, cuts of national clothes and abundance of jewelry of Khorezm, Bukhara gold embroidery art, the architectural heritage of Samarkand, unique oriental flavor ornaments and various embroidery techniques of Kashkadarya, Surkhandarya and Karakalpakstan.