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Denim Première Vision brings together 97 exhibitors
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For two days, beginning from May 27, 2015, Denim Première Vision will bring together 97 exhibitors from the denim value chain at the Fira Montjuïc in Barcelona, Spain.

“In keeping with its original concept and values, Denim Première Vision brings together in one place, unique, creative and selected exhibitors, who are a reflection of the premium denim market,” said a Premiere Vision press release.

“This season, Denim Première Vision is aligning itself with premium design through a constellation of specialties, know-how and professionals whose offers are linked by a shared passion for denim fabric,” it added.

Of these 97 exhibitors, 45 per cent are weavers, manufacturers, launderers and finishers make up for 24 per cent, accessory makers 21 per cent, fibre producers and spinners 3 per cent, with technology developers making up for the rest.

Weavers returning to the show include Vicunha Textil from Brazil and Kurabo Industries from Japan and also includes Italian manufacturer, finisher and launderer Martelli.

According to organisers of Denim Première Vision, know-how and developments from the 21 most important countries in the jeanswear industry will be presented at the two-day show.

The show will be represented by 29 per cent of exhibitors from Turkey, 18 per cent from Italy, 9 per cent from Spain, 8 per cent from Morocco and the rest from Japan, India, Pakistan, Hong Kong, France, etc.

The show expects to attract over 4,000 global visitors from premium and high-end fashion jeanswear brands, designers and major luxury brands, all looking for quality and exclusivity.

This show will be the 16th edition of Denim Première Vision and the third in Barcelona after 13 sessions in Paris. (AR)

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