Denimsandjeans will hold its fourth edition of the Denimsandjeans India at Bangalore on June 8-9, 2022.
The show is happening after a big gap of three years after the country has almost completely recovered from Covid, most of the population is double vaccinated, and by June a third booster dose will have been administered to most of the urban population. Such precautions help to make it much safer for visitors to attend. Besides, the Denimsandjeans team is also taking all measures to have a covid safe environment within the show, respecting social distancing and all other required measures.
Indian brands have also started becoming much more sensitive about the need to monitor and checking better how their supply chain operates. Along with that, a more sedentary lifestyle has caused changes in consumer habits that also reflected itself in the request of more comfortable clothes. Such different needs also caused an increased request of fibers, weaves, sewing and finishing that reduce the wear stress on the body.
Major corporates are joining the show including Arvind, Bhaskar, LNJ, Ginni, Hyosung, Nandan, Jeanologia (from Spain), Global Wash House , VAV, KG Denim, Spectrum, Lenzing, Oswal Denim, Jindal, Raymonds, SF Dyes, Blu Connection, Siyaram, Anubha, WEKO (from Germany), Ultra, Deridesen (from Turkey) , Nandan, Kemin, Fashion Accessories, Ramsons, Suryalakshmi, Fibro Organic, Lion Fabrics, Officina39 (from Italy), Texenzyme, Synergies Bangladesh, The Lycra Company, Vinod Denim and many others.
“After Covid, within the Indian market, there has been a shift towards organized retail. The impact of pandemic, taxation changes and consumer behavior brought to such shift, despite it used to be less than 20% in the past in our country,” explained Agarwal. “Most denim brands and retailers we spoke to have increased their volumes by large percentages in 2021, and most Indian garment producers have also experienced a significant growth of their productions both for local and international markets. I also expect more international brands to participate in our show to source denim from India and South Asia as they seek to shift from China,” he added.