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87 exhibitors to feature at Denim Première Vision
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Nov '15
87 exhibitors across the whole denim value chain will be showing their products and services at Denim Première Vision to be held in Barcelona from November 18 to 19, 2015.

Weavers make up for 52 per cent of exhibitors; manufacturers, launderers and finishers for 19 per cent; accessory makers 22 per cent; fibre producers and spinners 2 per cent and the rest for by technology developers.

“Six new companies have signed up, which include; Baykanlar Tekstil, Firemount Textiles, Ariteks Boyacilik, Advance Denim Limited, Kasiv Leather Label and Hyosung Corporation,” a press release said.

The 87 companies hail from 21 countries, with Turkish companies accounting for 33 per cent of exhibitors, Italy 14 per cent, Spain and Morocco 8 per cent each as well as from Japan, France, Germany and Pakistan.

The earlier two editions in November 2014 and May 2015 saw around 4,000 visitors each, visiting the trade fair from premium and high-end fashion and jeanswear brands; designers and major luxury brands.

The trade show will also see the 'Denim Trend Tasting' seminar on November 18, where visitors will be able to learn more about seasonal influences and get a firm understanding of spring summer 17.

This season, the Denim Trend Tasting is presented by consultant Michelle Branch, an international expert in the denim industry.

The 1st Denim Smart Conversation to be held on November 19 is an exclusive master class to understand the innovations and challenges related to responsible creation and production in the denim industry.

This event will also present the strategies and actions put in place by Denim Première Vision to better respond to the new issues of responsibility in the sector. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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