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Première Vision Paris to host 1964 exhibitors
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Jul '18
Courtesy: Premiere Vision
Courtesy: Premiere Vision
Première Vision Paris, the global leader in upstream fashion trade shows, will play host to 1964 exhibitors and 143 new companies from 57 countries in September this year. The trade show is dedicated to the autumn winter 2019-20 collections. The upcoming edition of the show will highlight the sport and technical offer from its exhibitors.

All exhibitors belonging to the sport and tech sector will be present in the heart of Hall 6. Forum Sport & Tech (formerly the Tech Focus Forum) will present high-performance and creative materials and prototypes of finished products in a deliberately more evocative and informative display. A dedicated programme of conferences will also take place.

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 specialised sourcing, said the organiser in a press release.

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, with 3 initiatives: a new space dedicated to the manufacturing of leather items; an area specialised in fashion manufacturing solutions from the Asia-Pacific region; and an event to highlight the know-how of Portuguese manufacturers.

In the upcoming edition of the trade show, the Smart Square, the space dedicated to responsible creation, will double in size. It will expand its offer of products, innovations and services by developing an area dedicated to alternative materials proposed by 25 new companies.

The Première Vision Marketplace, a BtoB e-commerce platform that is a first for the industry, will be inaugurated and go online during the September show.

“In a still fragile economic context and a fashion world seeing growing retail digitalisation and fragmented collections, Première Vision is bolstering its offer by expanding the shows’ experience through its own BtoB e-commerce site. 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,” said the press release.

Première Vision will also highlight the many facets of textile design and illustrate the close links between art and textile creation at the Designs Factory. In the heart of Hall 5, the organiser will set up an artist’s studio that looks like an industrial showroom where the exhibition’s textile designers, like artists, will present their latest textile creations for autumn winter 2019-20.

Forum PV Perspectives is slated to take place on the first day of the show to announce the winners of the 10th PV Awards, an annual event dedicated to creativity. A ceremony will be help to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the PV Awards. It will be presided over Belgian designer Olivier Theyskens.

Première Vision Paris will take place from September 19-21, 2018 at Parc Des Expositions Paris Nord Villepinte. (KD)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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