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Première Vision inaugurates an event for pre-collections
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Jun '16
Courtesy: Premiere Vision
Première Vision has launched Blossom Première Vision, a unique and exclusive bi-annual trade show dedicated to start collections and get an insider look at the season's new product developments, latest colours and material innovations.

The first edition of Blossom Première Vision for autumn winter 2017-18 will be held from July 6-7, 2016 in Paris, in advance of the Première Vision Paris, to be held from September 13-15, 2016.

As a complement to the calendar of Première Vision Paris, that targets main collections, Blossom Première Vision will offer luxury and premium fashion brands two days of inspiration, discoveries and meetings for a richly creative launch to the season.

“Blossom Première Vision aims to answer the specific needs of pre-collections at creative brands. The collections, which are the first of the season, are sold in showrooms. There are no catwalk presentations. They are presented about 2 months before the runway shows, “said Guglielmo Olearo, director, Blossom Première Vision.

The first edition catering to fabrics and accessories will present the collections and creative directions of 60 weavers and 4 accessory makers from Italy, France, Japan, UK, Turkey, Austria, South Korea, Spain, and Portugal.

Exhibitors at the two-day event include lace-makers, embroiderers, specialists in ultra fantasy, coat and jacket weights, shirtings and tailoring, knit players, experts in creative and fashion-oriented technical fabrics, silkies, sophisticated prints and decorations and specialists in accessories made from textiles or metal. (HO)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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