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57th India International Garment Fair

Creating a full service network for the Fashion and Accessories industry. Apparel Export Promotion Council is organising Asia’s biggest apparel fair.


57th India International Garment Fair


Apparel Export Promotion Council is organising Asia’s biggest apparel fair - India International Garment Fair (IIGF) in association with four major garment associations of India twice a year since 1988. The fair for the Autumn/Winter season is organised in the month of January and for Spring/Summer season - the fair is organised in the month of July.

For the Sourcing of all major brands

AEPC, under the aegis of Ministry of Textiles, Government of India, has been conducting this event for the past twenty nine years with resounding success. The network has been growing and flourishing from year to year and forms the basis for the sourcing plans of all major brands in the world of fashion and accessories. With strong support of the Government through ‘Market Access Initiative’ Grant and incentives offered to buyers under the ‘Reverse Buyer Seller Meet’ scheme, the fair has always attracted buyers from various countries.

500 Indian manufacturers

In 57th IIGF from 18 to 20 July 2016 to be held in Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, India, around 500 Indian manufacturers are expected to present their innovations in this July show under one umbrella by showcasing their expertise in prints, tie & dye and high end chicken embroidery with their latest collections. As the sector's primary trade fair of the season, IIGF sets benchmarks for the entire industry.

Fair for fashion

IIGF is the biggest international trade fair for Fashion - Womens’wear, Menswear, Childrens’wear, Scarves and Stoles, Fashion accessory and jewellery- and the global benchmark for quality fashion of design and innovative functionality. The participants of the fair are primarily micro, small and medium manufactures from India who have their compliance factories and can serve to the sourcing requirements of a boutique buyer to that of big chain stores. Some of the big brands like GAP, Mango, Zara, Tommy Hilfiger, DKNY, H&M, Diesel, Calvin Klein, GUESS, Hugo Boss, Uniqlo, etc. are already sourcing from India, which shows the great strength and potential India have to serve them.

GAP, Mango, Zara, ...

Buyers and Buying agents can find everything to put together a collection or develop a product. From Design to Finish- one can practically finalize their collections to the last detail! New players and start-ups are regularly introduced to the visitor in each edition. In January 2016 i.e. in 56th IIGF- over 800 buyers from 69 countries and 450 buying agents visited the fair.

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