Press release – January 2017 – Première Vision New-York offers the future…Spring Summer 2018
The 34th edition of Première Vision New-York for Spring Summer 2018 takes place on Tuesday and Wednesday, January 17th and 18th, 2017, at Pier 94 in Manhattan.[…]Download the full press release (PDF)
Immediate release – January 2017 – New brand ambassador of première vision new york: nellie partow, fashion designer and cfda member
Womenswear designer Nellie Partow has been selected to represent Première Vision New-York as its ambassador for the January 2017 edition.[…]Download the full press release (PDF)
Press release after show – July 2016 – Première Vision New York provides deep wide-ranging insight into fashion innovation for FW 17-18
Some 352 exhibitors from the world’s finest mills, textile design companies, leather suppliers, accessories and apparel manufacturers came together for the 33rd edition of Première Vision New York on Tuesday and Wednesday, July 19th and 20th, 2016. […]Download the full press release (PDF)
Press release pre show – July 2016 – Première Vision New York opens the door to Fall Winter 1718
Collections from 352 exhibitors, a trend area, the unique Première Vision color range, along with numerous seminars, fashion exhibitions and special creative collaborations… this July 19-20, the show brings the freshest resources and newest vibes for Fall Winter 17-18 to New York! […]
Press release post show – April 2016 – Première Vision New York Designs: sharing the story of the summer 17!
This April 12-13, Première Vision New York Designs comes to town with 83 design studios. This is a unique opportunity to come meet leading international studios from 16 countries together with top US players this spring in New York. The show is renowned for its design treasures and creativity at the forefront of trends. […]
Press release – July 2015 – Première Vision New York leading the way to bold innovation in design
306 exhibitors from the world’s finest mills, textile design companies and accessories manufacturers packed New York City’s Pier 92 for the 31st edition of Première Vision New York on Tuesday and Wednesday, July 21st and 22nd, 2015, welcoming New York and the North American fashion design community while celebrating new product releases for the Fall/Winter 2016/17 season. Attendance was at an all time high with 4, 415 visits in two days, up 11 percent from the January 2015 edition of the show and 2% from the July 2014 edition. To be noted an increasing presence at the show of Canadian visitors, up 35 percent over last January’s show.
Press release – July 2015 – David Hart, iconic star of the upcoming Première Vision New York campaign
For its next international communication campaigns, Première Vision sought to demonstrate its proximity to designers and creators by putting them at the heart of the advertising strategy. So, to promote each of its shows around the world (Premiere Vision New York, Istanbul, Sao Paulo, Paris), Première Vision has selected one person who perfectly embodies that region’s culture and creative flair. For the New York campaign, Première Vision has selected the talented designer David Hart.
Press release – July 2015 – Première Vision New York : A strong offer and a dreamy array of novelties
Positive energy, exciting creative prospects, optimism, a multiple but also edgy choice of products, inspiration, a clearer spotlight on trends. These are some of the ingredients Première Vision has been bringing to New York for over 15 years in. Always closely attuned to the market, the show has evolved and expanded its offer, and now welcomes 3 universes under the Première Vision New York brand: accessories, fabrics and textile design.
Press release post show – January 2015 – Première Vision New York and Indigo New York
With 297 exhibitors, the Spring/Summer 2016 edition of Première Vision at Pier 92 in Manhattan boasted an optimistic and strong ambiance and included large selections in both fabrics and accessories, as well as in textile & surface designs.
The sub-zero temperatures did not keep the over 4,000 buyers from attending the show, which included colorful, trend right and informative fashion forums and seminars.
Some of the world’s finest textile mills highlighted their collections with trends such as bright and linear prints, graphic guipures and other laces, piqué and honeycomb structures, compact and techy plains and laminated and shiny fluid fabrics. Tonal jacquards and simple geometric structures were also key.