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Over 1700 exhibitors to partake in Première Vision Paris
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Jan '16
The upcoming Première Vision Paris, to be held from 16-18 February will see participation of around 1,720 exhibitors, including spinners, weavers, accessory makers, design studios, tanners and garment manufacturers. The exhibiters will present their latest creative developments to many buyers, stylists and fashion and accessory brand designers.

Compared to previous year, the number of exhibitors shows a slight 4 per cent decline, organisers said in a press release. This year 142 new exhibiting companies will participate in the event as compared to 128 in February 2015.

“The upcoming Première Vision Paris shows are in line with a positive trend, while the economic and political environment remains uncertain. We see a diversified offer from our exhibitors, and a real desire to present more varied and more richly creative collections,” stated Gilles Lasbordes, General Manager of Première Vision.

He further added, “From an economic standpoint, the current climate is reflected in a number of changes taking place in the industry sectors. We are seeing activities being grouped within companies, mergers and buyouts, but also shutdowns and repositionings. These developments have had a significant impact on some of our exhibitors, in particular the smallest and therefore most fragile players.”

The event expects the participation of 52 exhibiting countries with more than 60,000 visitors this year. Italy, France, Turkey, UK and Spain will be the top five exhibiting countries at the show spread over 5,500 sq metre exhibition space. (NA)

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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