On 5th and 6th June, Lille Grand Palais will host the two Eurovet shows that specialize primarily in fast fashion – Tissu Premier and Collections – under the banner of Fast Fashion Lille, now in its third edition.
This dual offer of fabrics and finished products that meet the needs of the industry’s northern European buyers is more jam-packed than ever with international exhibitors offering variety, fashion news and open dialogue between sustainable development and retail.
The fast-fashion fabrics, supplies, manufacturing and collections trade shows are working together with global retail to offer a comprehensive, more transparent offer from nearby countries. Fast Fashion Lille, the first show of the fast-fashion season and indicator of “real fashion” consumer trends, is shaking up the fashion world by prioritising design, textile recycling and traceability in the fast fashion sector.
The major trends of the coming seasons relate not only to fashion but to the growing consumer awareness of the need for responsible consumerism.
The show has its finger on the pulse of our rapidly changing world, focusing on textile recycling and creative diversity, and spreading the strong, reassuring, resolutely upbeat messages that consumers need to hear to be able to enjoy consuming once more.
The international trade show for fast-fashion fabrics and supplies and the number one event for pre-collections, fast fashion and trends forecasts will be hosting 130 exhibitors, 20% of them new or returning after an absence of several seasons.
This year the show is even more global, with exhibitors from 13 different countries. France, Turkey, Italy and Portugal are still the four best-represented countries. The offer is 100% from the Euro-Mediterranean region.
4 trails have been devised to guide visitors to through the exhibitors’ collections based on current themes and expanding markets: organic/ethical/recycled textiles, menswear, childrenswear and knits.
The international trade show for collections and accessories for fashion retail chains, a unique event for men’s, women’s and children’s private-label fashions, and manufacturing sourcing platform, Collections continues its strategic initiative to present turnkey products.
For this third edition, Collections has revamped its offer, providing fashion that is not only creative but able to adapt to buyers’ requirements. This specialist, targeted offer is provided by 80 exhibitors, 46 of them new, principally from Morocco, Tunisia and Turkey.
There will be a full range of accessories collections (jewellery, bags, glasses, footwear), which will constitute 19% of the show. Knits appear to be the coming seasons’ must-have and will be the theme of a dedicated visitor trail around the new exhibitors’ collections.
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