Initiated in September 2012, this area has, in only two seasons, confirmed its legitimacy at the world’s premier fabric show.
A platform in the hall 6 south, that brings together international knitters, as well as spinners, knit studios (at Indigo), and machine manufacturers: four complementary activities dedicated to the development of knit collections.
The area is designed to round out the Première Vision textile offer, and provide concrete solutions to designers, product heads and buyers specialised in flatbed knits.
Visitors can now find overall product solutions across the Première Vision Pluriel shows. The complementarity of the shows’ offer lets them organise their visit efficiently, helping them elaborate their entire collection seamlessly and quickly.
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