This joint edition is a first for the two shows, which have for the past several seasons been held together during the January edition. This additional step forward in the synergy between the two shows organised by Première Vision SA guarantees a unique and complementary offer of fabrics and textile designs for the fashion market.
"Since purchasing 'Direction' in January 2009, our goal has been to provide North American industry professionals an efficient and creative event. Our exhibitors are expecting from us to create appropriated synergies for the success of their participation.
“With this unique event at the right time and in the right place, our show is a must-see for the creative fashion industry. And this edition is also marked by a particularly strong offer for each of the two shows," said Gilles Lasbordes, General Manager of Première Vision SA.
Première Vision New York and Indigo New York bring together 254 design studios, weavers and some trim producers - all key players in the international market.
The increase in participants is particularly significant in terms of weavers, with 122 exhibitors representing a 15% rise over the January 2013 show and 8% over July 2012. Italian exhibitors are the largest contingent, followed by companies from Turkey and France.
At Indigo New York, 133 exhibitors will be rolling out their collections across the 3 floors of the Metropolitan Pavilion. This season, 18 new exhibitors take their place alongside the show's loyal design studios. Of the 16 participating countries, the domestic offer is the strongest, followed by Great Britain. Overall, the textile and surface design show is up by 7% compared to July 2012
The discovery of the new season will be rounded out by a full-range of fashion information presented during the two days. In addition to the latest collections from exhibitors, visitors will discover the Fall Winter 1415 trends.
The different fashion areas and many seminars will help them gain a clear and precise vision of the season, before the main presentation in Paris in September.
The shows also provide a unique opportunity to meet new creative talents. The winner of this year’s Première Vision Grand Jury Prize at the highly creative French fashion competition Hyères Festival, Satu Maaranen, will be presenting her artistic and original collection, “Garment in Landscape.”
Première Vision New York
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