Why show at Première Vision Fabrics?
The strengths of Première Vision Fabrics
. The leading international event for the entire industry and for all fashion-related businesses, thanks to a specific selection process that takes into account quality, product creativity and company reputation.
. High-quality visitors : designers, CEO/executive directors and company managers, head designers/collection directors are among the best-represented positions.
. A coherent, efficient, logical organisation of the offer that corresponds to buyers’ needs (groupings by style universe, specialty and product type), inspirational forums and specialised areas for exhibiting your samples.
. Targeted events that are coordinated with the show to highlight exhibitors’ excellence and know-how, including the PV Awards, the Hyères Festival and the Smart Creation square.
Première Vision Fabrics figures
Two 3-day sessions per year
30 countries represented by exhibitors
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What exhibitors at Première Vision Fabrics have to say
Première Vision Paris is the most important show of our season. We always do a lot of business here. The first day is madness. We had queues outside the stand. In addition to our usual visitors, we had new American and Asian customers.” Alex Marsal, international sales director, Liberty Fabrics
“We welcomed many customers from all over Europe, and the United States too. The new customers found us thanks to the forums where our developments sparked their interest. It looks like the most important visitorship this season was international, making the show an important event for us.” Daniele Tombini, textile consulting, Mario Cucchetti Tessuti
What visitors to Première Vision Fabrics have to say
“Première Vision is the place to look for new directions and new fabric developments. The show is always a place to discover new weavers and suppliers, and it’s also a terrific source of inspiration.” Acne Studio
“The show is truly unique. The forums display the fabric textures, reliefs and structures, as if we were going even further in our focus on fabrics, to their added-value. It’s a very exciting atmosphere. It’s an unmissable opportunity for sourcing and meeting weavers and finding ideas and directions for building future collections.” Ruth Greany, British textile consultant
“The show is a unique occasion for sourcing new developments and new techniques in the sector.” Elizabeth Jones, textile designer at Burberry Central Design