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Premiere Vision expands offering through new show
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To fully complement its offerings, Premiere Vision will host a new show, the Sourcing Connection Première Vision to address needs of high-volume to mid-range European fashion and accessory brands.

Through its various manufacturing shows, Première Vision aims to cover all the major global supply areas for textiles and apparel for which it is putting in place a global sourcing strategy.

Through Made-in-France Première Vision, the trade show organiser presents the cartography of the French fashion industry to high-end and luxury fashion and accessory brands and designers.

“This includes, specific know-how, French expertise, proximity to sourcing solutions or materials, manufacturing and fabrication techniques, production services, etc,” it said in a press release.

Première Vision Manufacturing held in Paris in February and September is a show dedicated to fashion manufacturing specialists and presents techniques from specialised fashion manufacturers.

According to Premiere Vision, production heads and sourcing professionals will find manufacturers, sub-contractors and garment makers for their everyday apparel and fashion collections at the show.

The first edition of this third and new event will be held from September 4-6 in Hall 6 of the Parc des Expositions de Paris Porte de Versailles.

Just like, at all the shows organised by Première Vision S.A., exhibitors at Sourcing Connection Première Vision will be chosen by a special selection committee for fashion manufacturing industries.

For its first edition, The Sourcing Connection Première Vision is foreseeing participating from around 100 to 120 exhibitors.

“These exhibitors will comprise of flexible companies with quick-response times and high production capabilities numbering among the industry’s highest-quality players,” it added. (AR)

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