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Chinese cashmere yarn exporter Consinee stages fashion show in New York

July 18, 2019


Abstract : Consinee Group, a major Chinese spinner and exporter of cashmere yarn, staged its runway show in New York City on Wednesday to demonstrate its full range of yarn products.

NEW YORK, July 17 (Xinhua) -- Consinee Group, a major Chinese spinner and exporter of cashmere yarn, staged its runway show in New York City on Wednesday to demonstrate its full range of yarn products.

The show, now in its second year, was the first of its kind to be offered by a Chinese textile company in the United States. This year, the show is titled "Stitched In Time," which alluded to the conceptual interpretation of cashmere yarn.

It featured 88 ready-to-wear looks that showcased the brand's state-of-the-art weaving techniques and high quality of the yarn.

Xue Jingli, Consinee's chairman, said he hoped the show could demonstrate the company's dedication to excellence and inspire the company's clients with new possibilities.

"We hope that hundreds of our friends and peers from Europe and the United States can see that Chinese companies like Consinee devotes great efforts in pursuing excellence in every single stitch, every single line and every single product with decades of continuing hard work," said Xue.

Founded in 1999 in Ningbo city of east China's Zhejiang Province, the group now produces nearly 10,000 tons of high-grade yarns and fabrics annually, including cashmere and other natural raw materials.

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