No fewer than 52,800 visitors came and met the 774 exhibitors present at Première Vision Paris! Fashion brands and designers in search of inspiration and renewal flocked to the show from all parts of the globe to discover the creative and selective offer for autumn winter 1415.
Discover the movies and pictures of this successful edition.
From September 17th to September 19th, the professionals of the fashion world are meeting up in Paris for one of the biggest fashion event of the season. This time, more than 760 exhibitors are coming to town for a promising edition!
For this edition, Première Vision will introduce reorganized spaces and evolving fashion information to better meet the expectations of its visitors. Discover all the events and novelties of the show at premierevision.com.
For its 27th edition, Première Vision New York will present the work of 122 international exhibitors. Italian exhibitors are the largest contingent, followed by companies from Turkey and France.
At Indigo New York (same time same place) , 133 exhibitors will be rolling out their collections across the 3 floors of the Metropolitan Pavilion.
45 minutes to get a clear and precise view of the season, with key words and inspiring images. A concentration of trends, major directions and key themes to design and create your collections:
- the season's main directions
- the Première Vision Colour Range, the season's key harmonies
- specific fashion guidelines for the season, illustrated using a large selection of the latest fabric developments, with their uses by markets
- the season's film
Satu Maaranen, Garment in Landscape "Can one dress in nature? Is it possible to design a collection that takes the surrounding lanscape into account?" These are some of the questions raised by the Finnish prize-winner, a graduate of Helsinki's Aalto University, in her women's collection Garment in Landscape, inspired by Land Art, military prints and 1960s haute couture. This highly creative collection came to be with the support of Première Vision. Because this year, as every year, the 10 finalists were welcomed to the February 2013 shows of Première Vision, Expofil and ModAmont. They were put in direct contact with exhibitors who expressed a desire to collaborate, and thus benefitted from a privileged access to yarns, fabrics and trims from top international companies.
Next step: New York… and Paris!
Première Vision's commitment to Satu Maaranen doesn't stop here! The winner of the fashion competition will have her chance to be welcomed at the Première Vision New York show, next 22 and 23 July, then at Première Vision Paris from 17-19 September. These two unique opportunities provide the designer exceptional visibility in terms of international fashion professionals and industry players: the press, buyers, designers and major fashion brands.
The show offers a large selection of fabrics as well as trimming collections of the highest quality and creativity, and the very important fabric Forum, the ultimate guide to the main season trends.
Indigo New York and Première Vision New York are held at the same time and place. Indigo will display on the 2nd 4th and 5th floors of the Metropolitan Pavilion, some of the most renowned international studios. The exhibitors include leading British, American, Italian and French studios presenting unique, highly creative textile and surface designs for all segments of the fashion market (men's, women's, juniors', children's, infant, lingerie, swimwear, sportswear and accessories) and some collections for the home market.
In a preview showing, The Première Vision color range inspires Première Vision Preview New York with the energy of the Spring Summer I2 color trends.
The story begins when, six months before the session to come, Première Vision gathers some 20 international experts for one of its meeting.
In the course of electrifying discussions, bits of string and pieces of paper, wrinkled paper or tinted plastic convey the subtlety of a tone. First impressions, first impulsions and then the time has already come to choose. A moment to take stock of the essentials; decide between matt and shine; structure the range itself.
From all this variety of cultures, a final project emerges that always has everyone's close support. The tiny colored morsels head off to the printer where, after hours of adjustment, they are transcribed into large numbered paper formats.
The color range is ready and is first presented to the exhibitors and then available for sale at the show in NYC before the worldwide presentation in Paris. It is pointless to look for the Première Vision color range in other color cards; you will never find it exactly as it is.