|The 5th Denimsandjeans.com Việt Nam exhibition opened in HCM City from March 1 to 2. — VNS Photo Nguyễn Diệp|
HCM CITY — Fifty booths of big denim manufacturers from more than 10 countries are displaying their products at the fifth edition of the Denimsandjeans.com Việt Nam exhibition in HCM City from March 1 to 2.
The two-day expo, with a theme of YOGIM (Yoga and Denim), takes place at the Riverside Palace in District 4.
|Trendy fashion designs displayed at the 5th Denimsandjeans.com Việt Nam exhibition. — VNS Photo Nguyễn Diệp|
The booths showcase the latest fashion trends and innovations in the global denim industry, with a wide range of fibres, chemicals, technologies, and accessories.
|A Vietnamese booth displays top fashion trends at the 5th Denimsandjeans.com Việt Nam exhibition. — VNS Photo Nguyễn Diệp|
The highlight of the expo is a “DENIM BAZAAR” area where Vietnamese fashion brands are displaying their innovative denim products, including recycled denim.
A YOGIM show was held on the afternoon of March 1.
|Denim products at a Bangladesh booth attracted visitors on the first day of the exhibition. — VNS Photo Nguyễn Diệp|
Six seminars will be held on the sidelines of the event, with discussions by international experts focusing on the future of denim supply, the denim supply chain for sustainable development, breakthroughs in the denim fabric industry with the help of innovative AI-based solutions, and the latest innovations in laundry chemistry.
|The expo offers a good opportunity for exhibitors to seek and establish partnerships. — VNS Photo Nguyễn Diệp|
The expo is organised by the Việt Nam Textile and Apparel Association (VITAS) and Balaji Enterprises of India. It is expected to attract about 35 exhibitors and 1,200 visitors.
|Upcycled denim bags handmade from jeans of a Vietnamese fashion brand showcased at the exhibition. — VNS Photo Nguyễn Diệp|
Việt Nam has become one of the leading destinations for investors interested in the textile and garment industry.
The country exports more than 65 million pieces of denim every year. — VNS