- 2021 September 16-18
- Opening hours
16-17 th of September | 10:00 – 18:00
18 th of September | 10:00 – 16:00
- Lithuanian Exhibition and Congress Centre LITEXPO.
29th edition of BALTIC FASHION & TEXTILE Vilnius is a trade fair for textile, raw materials and fashion suppliers, distributors, agents as well as apparel and home textiles manufacturers. It is an excellent business platform to introduce new products, to network with industry colleagues and expand business opportunities in the Baltic States region. 405 participants from 22 countries did participate in the last event (2019). More information and registration: www.baltictextile.eu
This year, the exhibition will take place physically in a wonderful period of early autumn, when the latest 2022 spring / summer pret-a-porte clothing collections will be presented in the most beautiful European city Vilnius. On the same days exhibition centre Litexpo will host the international beauty and cosmetics industry exhibition “Cinderella”.
Sectors of the fair:
TEXTILE, INTERIOR & TECHNOLOGIES- for industry professionals
Fabric, non-wovens, home textiles, interior decorations, technical textile, yarns, threads, textile accessories, subsidiary materials, innovations, technologies, production equipment, commercial equipment, logistics and storage, packaging, R&D, consultancy, services.
FASHION & STYLE – for traders and consumers
Fashion brands, outwear and knitwear for women, men and children, workwear and uniforms, underwear, sportswear, leather and fur wear, leather haberdashery, work and special footwear, women, men and children shoes, clothing accessories, designers, jewelry, crafts.
COVID-19 pandemic related lock-down of economic activities and entire countries very drastically influenced textile and apparel business in the entire world. Complications in supply chains, reduction in sales, problems in production process, solvency problems etc. has led to uncertainty and required long-term solutions in order to re-establish activities. Baltic Fashion & Textile Vilnius might be a part of solution in this situation introducing more sustainable supply chains with production possibilities in Lithuania for markets located close to our country. Lithuania has a developed fashion and textile industry which is already very close related to main European markets selling almost 85 percent of their products in EU.