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Meet Our Exhibitors

This page will be updated continually as exhibitors are confirmed. Stay tuned for more updates!

2020

Knix Canada

Knix is the world leader in wire-free bras and functional underwear/intimates. 

Cobmex Apparel Inc.

Knitwear created for the unique demands of the uniform trade – design detailed; technically advanced.

Providers of third party logistics, replenishment and visual merchandising since 1995.

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Wuxly Movement
Wuxly Movement

An ethical lifestyle brand that designs and manufactures Canadian made outerwear. 

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Avid Apparel

A full service end-to-end apparel provider offering high quality custom apparel design, production, manufacturing, and distribution.

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Fashion Group International: Toronto

FGI Toronto is a non-profit organization that allows its members the opportunity to network, access VIP events and elevate their career in fashion. 

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Toronto Employment & Social Services

Provides employment services, financial assistance and social supports to strengthen social and economic well-being for Torontonians.

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The Canadian Apparel Federation

The national association for the Canadian apparel industry, bringing together and providing services to a diverse range of firms across the country.

Redwood Classics

For three generations of textile excellence, we have strived to provide our customers with the highest level of quality available. 

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George Brown College

Ranked among the top 100 in the world in 2019, our programs will equip you with the skills to excel in the fashion industry.

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Fashion Exchange

A vibrant hub designed to share the growing impact and become a leader in sustainable fashion production. 

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Studio LaBeauté

We have earned a reputation for mastery and success in design, craftsmanship and service of soft furnishings.

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New Circles Community Services

A non-profit, grassroots agency that builds strong communities by providing basic necessities to those living in poverty. 

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Toronto Economic Development & Culture

EDC strives to make Toronto a place where business and culture thrive. The division’s objective is to advance Toronto’s prosperity, opportunity and liveability.