The second edition of Denimsandjeans is all set to bring the various segments of the industry together, with special focus on the growing trend of creating unisex denim collections, during August 1-2, 2018 in Bengaluru. Denim has been one of the fastest growing industries in Indian textile industry, clocking over 10 per cent growth continuously for many years. The annual event last year had enabled the supply chain companies including top mills, garment manufacturers, accessory and chemical suppliers to come together last year and generate business for the industry.
The second edition is themed - Denim Gender Free – and seeks to bring focus on the growing trend of creating unisex denim collections. Apart from the major denim mills from India including Arvind, Raymond, Mafatlal, Nandan, Suryalaskhmi, Bhaskar, the show will host the International companies like M&J (Bangladesh), Jeanologia, Kilim Denim (Turkey), Tonello (Spain), VAV Technology (Turkey), Kemin (Italy), and Timay Tempo (Turkey).
International Denim Experts from the US and Europe will be holding denim sessions on recent developments and innovations. Various technologies including 3D printing, syncing denim with music, special softwares to help the global denim industry and more will be explored through various presentations and seminars.
Denim has been one of the main booming textile segments in India in the past decade. Whereas in 2005 the consumption of jeans in India was less than 300 million pieces of jeans, today it's almost doubled with an annual growth rate of more than 10 per cent. This gives India the distinction of being the second largest consumer of denim apparel after China. India is set to get a big lead over US and EU in coming years, as its consumption increases in Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities and consumption reaches about one billion jeans in next four years.