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Première Vision New York to include leather products
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Dec '15
For the Première Vision New York show taking place from January 19-20, 2015, other than its premium offer of fabrics, accessories and textile designs, the show now broadens to include leather and manufacturing.

“The event, already the North American market leader, thus becomes a unique destination for buyers to develop collections, now bringing five activity sectors together under one roof,” a press release from the organiser said.

The 30 companies premiering in the leather space are distinguished by the exceptional quality of products for both clothing and high-end leather goods.

Among them are; Samanta, Tanneries Haas, Nova Kaeru, Mégisserie Lauret, RG Deri, CKD Cetinkaya, and Cuirs du Futur.

“The show is also a unique opportunity to meet Megisserie Alric, winner of the 2015 PV Awards Grand Jury Prize for the most outstanding and pertinent development in the season's leathers,” the organisers added.

In the manufacturing segment, 26 specialists with multiple know-how's in womenswear and menswear, particularly for high-end suits will be exhibiting.

“There is a notable presence of several Moroccan companies, including the Modaline holding, whose 70 per cent of production is destined for the American market,” they stated.

Portuguese companies Goucam and Montagut Industries and the Japanese knit specialist Shima Seiki will also be participating.

The show also hosts Manufacture New York, a consortium of fashion entrepreneurs, high-end manufacturers, technologists and educators showcasing an innovative vision of a vertically integrated Made in NY supply chain.

Activation will include a mentorship and sourcing bar, workshops, panel discussions and demonstrations of fashion's best equipment and techniques.

In the Fabrics zone, 132 mills are presenting their latest developments for Spring Summer 2017 and will include Ricamificio Gimar, Henitex, Carvico, Junior Arte Ricami, Savyon and Brazilian company Digitale Textil.

Textile trims, metallic and plastic accessories, buttons, labels and tags, and functional trims from 19 companies will be displayed.

Among them are 18 Store, Ramponi, Redmark and the Reca group, makers of the season's bag that will be offered to visitors. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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