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New York is the first step on Première Vision fashion tour
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On July 14-15, 2010, Première Vision Preview New York will unveil the Fall Winter II I2 season to North American designers. The 2-day show features 94 top exhibitors coming from 13 countries to present their new collections. To take part in Première Vision Paris, and other Première Vision shows around the world, these exhibitors are chosen by the International Selection Committee on the basis of their creativity, the quality of their products and their ability to present original and updated collections.

A vast palette of fabric collections distinguished by a particularly rich offer provides a solid start to winter 20II I2. Woolens or fake furs for chic or surprising coats, technical fabrics for outdoorswear or active sports. Chic or relaxed suitings, knits and shirtings for menswear and womenswear. Silks and jacquards, prints, lace and embroideries for indispensable decoration, of an everyday or truly exceptional nature. Without forgetting the makers of accessories, buttons, labels and feathers, to design clothes right down to their finishing touches.

New York is also the first step on the Première Vision fashion tour. Once again, in the heart of Manhattan, US fashion pros will be the first to discover the Première Vision fabric and color trends. Two months ahead of the worldwide presentation at the Paris show, the Fashion Team will share their vision for the Fall Winter II I2 season. The fashion services and trend directions directly target the needs and expectations of North American designers and buyers, and provide both the season's fabric highlights and essential information for understanding the season's themes.

Première Vision Preview New York


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