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300 pre collections on show at View Premium Selection
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Nov '15
More than 300 pre collections from top international weavers and suppliers will be on show at View Premium Selection, which will be held from December 9-10, 2015.

“View Premium Selection provides the fashion industry with the perfect platform for a powerful start into the 2017 Spring/Summer season,” a press release from the organiser Munch Fabric Start stated.

According to the organiser, the show will have various segments like View Fabrics for textiles, View Additionals for accessories, View Denim & Sportswear and View Design Studios for unique print and pattern designs.

“These together, offer the European fashion industry an exclusive selection of all components necessary for a strong start in the new season at an early date,” they said.

Next to high-end suppliers from Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, France, England, Turkey and Japan, 17 newcomers will be enhancing the select portfolio.

Exhibitors include Achille Pinto, Gratacós, Serates, Blue Line, Polo Divisione Tessuti, Miroglio, Eton Textile, Cabalane and Ormezzano.

“Overall there has once again been a slight increase in the percentage of foreign companies among the exhibitors, the most notable increase being recorded in the number of Italian collections,” Munich Fabric added.

"More and more brands appreciate the quality of View's offerings at this early date, especially because of the immense interest in textile innovations we are currently seeing,” Sebastian Klinder, MD at Munich Fabric Start said.

“Each season we take great care in selecting a portfolio that will present collections with a high level of innovation and continue to expand our offerings in accordance with the demands of the market,” he too added.

“With its focused working atmosphere, View is a platform for an interexchange between industry and brands, which is important for development of collections and for a strong start into the new season,” Klinder stated. (AR)

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