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Première Vision Leather to be held in February in Paris
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Jan '17
Courtesy: Premiere Vision
Courtesy: Premiere Vision
Première Vision Leather is expanding its presence within Premiere Vision Paris, the global event for fashion professionals, to be held from February 7 to 9, 2017. With more than 230 exhibitors, Première Vision Leather offers a rich range of products. Leather buyers and designers will see new features by Première Vision Fabrics, Leather, and Accessories.

The show is continuing to develop within Première Vision Paris by strengthening its synergies with the five other sections of the show yarns, fabrics, designs, accessories and manufacturing, in line with the growing importance of leather in the strategy of fashion labels that are becoming more cross-cutting, offering ready-to-wear items, leather goods, footwear, and jewellery.

The Style Focus Forum dedicated to the season’s star silhouettes for the women’s, men’s and casual wear sectors, located in Première Vision Fabrics, Hall 5, will now include a selection of leathers, to complement the fabrics and components offer on display there. To optimise the buyer circuit and illustrate the interconnection between Première Vision Accessories and Première Vision Leather, the accessories offer for footwear and leather goods is being moved to the Première Vision Leather Trends Gallery in Hall 3. As a result, the Shoe Focus forum in Hall 4 is replaced by the Bag & Shoe Elements zone at the heart of the Première Vision Leather Trends Gallery. An area which will present the technical and decorative components specifically designed for the footwear and leather goods markets, arranged into various themes.

Maison d’Exceptions, the annual event dedicated to rare savoir faire and exceptional techniques, will be present in Hall 3, in a setting conceived by the Italian designers of Segno Italiano. The forthcoming edition will see the inauguration of a Conference and Workshop Area in Hall 3, on the border with Première Vision Accessories.

Première Vision Leather has been supporting the designers of the Design Postgraduate Program run by the French Fashion Institute, IFM, since 2001. For this new edition, Première Vision Leather is offering 18 designers from the Class of 2016 the chance to present selected items from their bag, clothing and footwear collections, produced by manufacturers and prestigious luxury French and international houses.

The result of a brand-new collaboration between Première Vision Leather and The Gobelins School of Images, the Metamorphosis exhibition, located at the entrance to Hall 3, is an artistic journey through the imagination and creativity of young student photographers.

The School of Decorative Arts will present the accessories designed by its 2016 graduates and produced in partnership with leading artisans as part of their graduation project. Première Vision Leather will showcase the savoir-faire of tomorrow’s talent and raise their industry profile by organising an exhibition and awarding an honorary prize, the ENSAD X Leather Accessory Prize.

Première Vision will conduct a roundtable discussion with Smart Creation Première Vision, a platform for communication and learning that seeks to promote the responsible creation and production approaches of the exhibitors at Première Vision’s shows, about the opportunities and stakes behind a responsible commitment for creative companies in the leather industries. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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