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Interfilière Paris to focus on innovation & creativity
Dec '13
The winter session of Interfilière Paris will take place on 25, 26 and 27 January next in Paris, Porte de Versailles. Celebrating refinement at its most impressive, the show will bring together the entire intimates and beachwear industry in the same pavilion as the Salon International de la Lingerie.

A unique concept, offering the sector’s professionals excellence in fabrics, the most sought-after accessories, know-how and inspiration: each and every element for creating finished products.

Reflecting the international market, Interfilière Paris prides itself in providing all the latest innovation, creativity and economic news required by its visitors: stylists, buyers, purchasing and production managers... Designed as a creative showcase for tomorrow’s trends, the trade fair is a veritable source of inspiration, where the most important innovations and the best-performing fabrics demonstrate their full worth.

Embroidery takes to the limelight

Embroidery has been passed down through the centuries and continues to inspire designers. Originally carried out by hand, this finishing technique is often equated with the arts and crafts and has firmly made its mark in Haute Couture, ready-to-wear, intimates and beachwear.

Noble, luxurious and sometimes exuberant, embroidery has kept pace with our changing times, from traditional craftsmanship to industrial-scale production. Nowadays, threads, sequins, beads and precious gemstones add the all-important finishing touches to the most striking catwalk creations.

The show is celebrating this time-honoured knowhow in the dedicated “The Exception” area, where innovation and technical prowess are the watchwords. Only the finest creations presented by Interfilière Paris exhibitors will be included.

This exclusive and unique area will be accompanied by a number of embroidery-based events and features. Watch this space.

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