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Premiere Vision Paris to launch Wearable Lab
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Jan '17
Premiere Vision Paris will be launching Wearable Lab in the trade show that will kick off from February 7. Wearable Lab is an area dedicated to invention and forward-looking ideas in the fashion industry, while bridging the gap between wearable and fashion technology. The programme will see participation of industry professionals from various countries.

The three-day trade show will be launching the lab to support the future of the new ‘fashiontech territory’. At the trade show, 10 experimental works featuring clothing and accessories will be displayed in order to testify to the fast-moving developments in the Fashiontech area in the past 10 years. A conference on— fashiontech future scene or utopia will also be held in the trade show. It will highlight the issues concerning fashion and technology.

Apart from sessions on fashion and technology, the event will host workshops, conferences and exhibitions on fabrics, accessories and textile designs and leather among others. Premiere Vision Paris is a trade event that opens doors to major trends that has the calibre to create a stir by making changes in the fashion and textile markets. (RR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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