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Denim by Première Vision continues its rise
Nov '11
For its 9th edition, Denim by Première Vision invites you on an excursion into the most extreme regions of the blue planet, a place where denim's researchers, discoverers, scientists and magicians have set up their base camp: Ground Denim.

For there are so many more lands to traverse and explore in the world of denim. And each season of exploration brings forth a new lode of findings and discoveries. So sign up for the expedition!

Join us this 30 November and 1 December 2011 in the Halle Freyssinet, for the latest developments, collections on the cutting-edge of research, and new ideas to invent the future of denim.

With the expedition only one month away, 81 exhibitors have signed on for this new adventure. 81 major players in the denim world. This represents an increase of 15.7% over the December 2010 edition.

Exhibitors come from 19 countries, with Turkey, Italy, Morocco, Tunisia and Spain sending the largest contingents.

The most creative and innovative international companies in the sector Unique in its approach, Denim by Première Vision brings together all denim professions: fibre producers, weavers, manufacturing/finishing and dyeing specialists, launderers and accessory manufacturers. It counts a majority of weavers (62%), a broad representation of manufacturing/ finishing (17%) companies, followed by accessory manufacturers (15%).

Denim weavers include: Artistic Fabric Mills, Arvind, Berto, Bossa, Calik, Cappio, Cone Denim, ITV, Isko, Italdenim, Kuroki, Montebello, Orta, Royo, TRC Candiani, Tavex, Vicunha, US Denim Mills...

And worth being noted, the return of Kurabo.

In manufacturing/wash-outs/finishings: CRJ, Denim Authority, Emmetre, Paris Texas, Realkom, Sartex.

And accessory manufacturers: Berning, Close to Clothes, Dorlet, Panama Trimmings, YKK.

Joining these essential players are 8 newcomers participating for the first time in Première Vision.

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