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CFDA renews partnership with Premiere Vision
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Jul '16
Courtesy: CFDA
Courtesy: CFDA
The Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) has renewed its partnership with Première Vision New York, the next edition of which is scheduled to take place from July 19-20 at Pier 94.

The collaboration is multi-faceted and allows Première Vision to offer designers more targeted services and provide them with a range of support at Première Vision New York. This includes assistance to young brands and designers, particularly with small-scale orders; fashion presentations for CFDA members, and working together to select the Première Vision Brand Ambassadors.

Future cooperation between CFDA and Première Vision will extend to manufacturing, a sector that Première Vision has been developing since January 2016.

Through Première Vision New York, Première Vision provides an opportunity for North American professionals to meet some 360 exhibitors, selected from among the world's top weavers, leather producers, accessories companies, designs studios and manufacturers.

The Première Vision fashion information, shown during the two days of the show, provides a preview of the trends. With fashion seminars, an inspirational forum with selected fabrics and leather, and a colour range presented in exclusivity, Première Vision New York provides the kick-off to the new season. (RKS)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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