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Première Vision Paris foresees 2.6% rise in exhibitors

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Sep '18
Courtesy: Premier Vision
Courtesy: Premier Vision
This year, Premier Vision Paris is foreseeing a rise of 2.6 per cent in the number of exhibitors as against last year. More than 2,000 exhibitors are expected at Première Vision Paris, the global leader in upstream fashion trade shows, beginning from September 19. The three-day trade show is dedicated to the autumn/winter collection for 2019-20.

Première Vision Paris will present a rich and diversified programme to meet the industry’s current challenges and to highlight the creative innovations of fashion today and tomorrow. The international fashion event will launch new initiatives to accompany the changes taking place across the industry. The show will highlight various segments including yarns, fibres, fabrics, leathers and furs, textile designs, accessories and components, fashion manufacturing.

To assist ready-to-wear brands looking for innovative products to develop their high performance fashion pieces, Première Vision Paris will also highlight the sport and technical offer from its exhibitors through new spaces, a dedicated fashion decoding.

Three conferences led by Pascal Monfort, founder of the research firm REC trendsmarketing,  decipher the current state of relations between Fashion and Sport, along with two presentations by companies in the sector, all found in the Sport & Tech Forum.

To introduce presentations by Sport & Tech exhibitors, and to round-out the products highlighted in the dedicated forum, the Première Vision fashion team will decode fashion and sport with an analysis of major influences and a broad look at the key points for technical and performant fabrics or autumn winter 19/20.

This September, Première Vision Paris is strengthening its strategy of enriching the manufacturing sourcing offer, a strategy initiated in 2017, to address a changing market seeking complementary and more diversified solutions - proximity, volume and specialized sourcing. Adding to Première Vision Manufacturing, the show of fashion-manufacturing specialists from the Euro-Mediterranean basin and the Indian Ocean, the show is proposing an expanded range of solutions dedicated to manufacturing sourcing.

In a first, Première Vision Marketplace, a B2B e-commerce platform, will be inaugurated and will go online during the show. Manufacturers and buyers will now be able to prolong their relationships throughout the year – so as to increase business opportunities for suppliers, and facilitate sourcing for brands through the e-commerce marketplace.

The e-commerce marketplace will also feature a magazine, trend presentations and analyses to provide buyers access to the expertise of Première Vision. In addition, product news will be analysed daily by our show teams, in direct relationship to exhibitors’ newest collections. (RR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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