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Premiere Vision Paris to show autumn/winter 20/21 trends

Premiere Vision Paris 2019 is set to present the latest developments in materials and techniques for the autumn-winter 20/21 season which include fabrics, leathers, designs, accessories, and manufacturing. The global event for fashion professionals will be held from September 17-19, 2019, at the Parc des Expositions de Paris Nord Villepinte, in Paris. 

In this edition, Première Vision Paris steps actively into its catalysing role for the creative fashion industry, hosting over 2,050 exhibitors – including 213 newcomers – from across the world presenting their latest new products. The agenda includes fashion information and the latest inspirations; an exclusive and experiential programme; and strengthened strategic commitments to meet the industry’s future challenges and evolutions. 

Tanners, tawers, manufacturing contractors, makers of materials for leather goods and footwear, providers of technical solutions and chemical products, certification bodies, and others, a total of 329 exhibitors will be at Première Vision Leather in hall 3. Première Vision Paris is highlighting its leather exhibitors in September 2019 through new services and a specific programme which consists of the introduction of new personalised services, such as ‘fashion speed dating’, to direct buyers in their search for the latest creative products. 

To meet the growing demand for increasingly innovative responsible creation, the Smart Creation Area (formerly the Smart Square) now occupies a central location, in hall 3, at the Première Vision Paris show. It will bring together 50 exhibitors, specifically selected tor their creative, innovative and eco-responsible approaches, including 30 new companies. They come from 16 countries, including Italy, Germany, France, Portugal, the US, Brazil, Hong Kong, Japan, Greece and, for the first time, Israel. 

The Sport & Tech sector, located in hall 6 at Première Vision Fabrics will bring together 80 exhibiting weavers, including 8 newcomers, to accompany brands and designers looking for inspiration. Première Vision also offers a Sport & Tech itinerary, found on the show app, which brings together nearly 700 specialists in sports and technical materials, providing a full panorama of specialists, including spinners, weavers, knitters, tanners, accessory manufacturers, textile designers, and garment makers. 

The autumn winter 20/21 season will highlight the concept of protection and innovation under the title, ‘A matter of protection’, and will shine a special light on all the new features making it possible to use clothing to protect against the element. 

At the event, the universe dedicated to patterns and surface embellishments, Première Vision Designs in hall 5, will highlight the multiple facets of textile design, with a diversified offer which will include designs, embroideries, and applied motifs, knits, fabrics, transfer papers, vintage. The show is also increasingly international – with the arrival of exhibitors from new countries, notably Romania and Mexico. 

Joining exhibitors of fabrics, leathers, and denim, exhibitors from Première Vision Accessories, makers of accessories and components for fashion, will now also enjoy a digital showcase in the Marketplace. This launch has great potential. This season alone, Première Vision Accessories exhibitors represent 325 companies, including 26 new ones. This diversity of products is fully compatible with this digital platform.

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