The international high-quality event has 25% more exhibitors compared to the February 2022 edition (998 exhibitors at the physical show), mainly from Europe (Italy, France, Premiere Vision According to the press release, from the United Kingdom, Spain, Portugal, Germany, etc.), the Mediterranean region (Turkey, Morocco, Tunisia, etc.), and Asia (Japan, South Korea, India, China, etc.).
The international creative fashion industry will meet at Premiere Vision Paris from 7-9 February 2023 to find inspiration, exchange ideas and build ready-to-wear, accessories and footwear collections for the Spring-Summer 24 season. increase. Visitors will discover new creative proposals and developments from his 1,245 exhibitors from 44 countries.
Première Vision provides an enhanced framework to inform industry players and deliver concrete solutions in terms of sustainable sourcing and production Information Desk, Dead Stock Offer, Eco Innovation Trends Tasting fashion seminars, series of talks, online information content and more.
The event will also offer a range of tools to better serve visitors and guide brands and buyers as they source materials for Spring/Summer 24. New Deadstock Itinerary, Fashion Information Desk, Emerging Brands Desk, Guided Visits to Forums and Smart His Tech Space, New Post-Show Season Reports and More.
The collection of materials and the latest developments from the exhibitors of the event can also be found online on the Premiere Vision Marketplace, where all creatives: yarns, fabrics, leathers, designs, accessories, manufacturing, leather manufacturing, smart creations. It contains 9 universes serving the unique fashion market. (sustainable innovations and materials) — including the new Smart Tech Zone — and Maison d’Exceptions (unique know-how).
Première Vision 2023 offers high-quality lingerie/swimwear for the 24 Spring-Summer season, enhanced fabrics for the sports and technical markets, and Hall 6 high-quality leathers. The Maison d’Exceptions space showcases technical excellence in 23 carefully selected ateliers, including six new ones.
There are a total of 2,400 online boutiques in the Premier Vision Marketplace, with optimized supplier search paths, a more efficient selection process, easier organization of favorites, and highlights of selected offers for fashion forums. It features unique networking and functionality.
Dedicated to sustainable innovation with 55 exhibitors, the Smart Creation space includes materials and finishes (Smart Materials area: 32 exhibitors), technical solutions (new Smart Tech area: 20 companies), and services (Smart Services Area: 3 exhibitors).
The three itineraries dedicated to sustainable sourcing online and on the show app are the deadstock trail (dormant inventory), the smart creation trail, and the sustainable trail. Hall 4 will host the Eco-Innovation Forum, Eco Information Desk and Eco-Innovation Trend Tasting Fashion Seminar.
Talks dedicated to key sustainable fashion issues will be held in the talk area in Hall 4 and can also be found on the show website. Visitors should note that a half-day on February 8th is dedicated to Smart His Tech and is held in partnership with fashion tech magazine The Interline.
The Sustainability section of the online Premiere Vision Magazine offers a wealth of information and educational content. Four white papers that shine a light on the key challenges facing the industry from a sustainability perspective are Key Challenges: Fashion and Sustainability. Fashion and sustainability, the key to sustainable sourcing. fashion and traceability. And fashion & leather.
A new zone dedicated to digital innovation within the Smart Creations area is a space that supports the ecological transition of the industry through digital and technological innovation from 20 of the most forward-thinking companies in their field.
In partnership with IFTH, a special area has been organized to reconstruct the digitization chain of fashion products. Guided tours of the Smart Tech area will be provided to learn more about the exhibitors.
Since 2011, Première Vision has been a partner of the Hyères International Fashion, Photography and Accessories Festival, which promotes young talent in the fields of fashion design, accessories and photography. This partnership was highlighted by her February, Grand Prix at the 37th Festival Her du Her Julie Her Premier Her Vision Winning Young Fashion Her Designer Jenny An Exhibition Dedicated To Her Heitonen Collection The meeting will be held in Hall 4.
The show welcomes the ten fashion competition finalists of the 38th Festival. They will participate in source material from a selection of exhibitors who volunteered to help build the collection to be presented at Hyères on October 12-15, 2023. release.
To better understand the challenges fashion faces now and in the future, industry experts and a panel of experts will discuss the major issues making headlines in the industry. Hosted by The Interline and hosted by its founder Ben Hanson, his four half-day talks dedicated to the innovations and solutions proposed in the Smart Tech zone will take place.
In keeping with the theme of the 24 Spring/Summer season, visitors can explore sustainable fashion through the entrance tunnel in Hall 4. The Grand Prix of Photography and Sustainability 2021 – Good Fashion x Eyes on Talent in Paris is a photo exhibition to be held. at an event.
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