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3,905 global visitors visit Denim by Première Vision
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Nov '14
In to its 15th edition and the second edition in Barcelona, Denim by Première Vision attracted 3,905 international visitors from 60 countries during the two-day trade show.

The show welcomed 98 exhibitors, which included 48 per cent weavers, 22 per cent manufacturers, launderers and finishers, 20 per cent accessory makers, 4 per cent fibre producers and spinners and 7 per cent technology developers and promotion agencies.

In all, they came from 20 countries, with Turkey making up for 30 per cent of exhibitors, Italy 20 per cent, Spain 8 per cent, Morocco 7 per cent and Tunisia 3 per cent. Other exhibitors included those from Japan, India, Pakistan, Hong Kong and Brazil.

These exhibitors presented their know-how, technologies, developments and collections for Spring Summer 2016. Doubling up on creativity and imagination, they highlighted the premium qualities of their products with displays designed in original ways.

Visitors came from premium and high-end jeans and fashion brands, independent stylists, etc, to discover in advance collections for Spring Summer 2016.

In an arty, playful and offbeat atmosphere, visitors could discover fashion directions and the latest developments in Spring Summer 2016, rich in daring creativity fabrics, accessories, finishing’s, wash-outs, colours and shapes. (AR)

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