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Z&Z fabric week shows spring-summer 2021 fashions

Zaber and Zubair Fabrics Ltd, a sister concern of Noman Group has successfully concluded its 6th edition of fabric week for the season of Spring-Summer 2021 at their new corporate office Gulshan Avenue from 2 to 5 February. In this fabric week, more than 200 buyers were visited.

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Figure: Buyers visited the 6th edition of Z&Z Fabric Week in Bangladesh

Fabric week is a practice of global brands and retailers for selecting seasonal and special products from different suppliers. In Bangladesh Zaber and Zubair adopts this concept from the supplier side to showcase their own designed fabric and garments to the buyers with global fashion trend.

In this fabric week, they received huge feedback from the customer for their existing collections and received new inquiries for the development of more fashionable products trending to the current fashion industry.

“Now we are focusing on innovation and investment on R&D to attract buyers. We participated at many renowned mill weeks globally with our design creations, where we have gathered vast knowledge about how to improve design innovation capacity,” said Mohammad Abdullah Zaber, CEO and DMD, Zaber and Zubair Fabrics Ltd.

In the fabric week, Zaber and Zubair displayed new developments of fabric collection along with regular developments by analyzing current fashion trends for upcoming clothing displays.

Tencel, Modal, Cotton Bamboo Blends, Poly Spandex, canvas, basic poplin, etc. were their new presentation for the buyers.

The design and construction were selected from their experience, customer demand and trend analysis by their expert R&D and design team.

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