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Première Vision Paris returns for 3 days of innovation and trends

Attention fashion professionals, buyers, (bio)designers… This new edition will be more sustainable than ever! From February 6 to 8, 2024, the Parc des Expositions de Paris Nord Villepinte will welcome the long-awaited return of Première Vision Paristhe leading international event for creative fashion professionals. This not-to-be-missed event for industry leaders will be an opportunity to discover the latest trends and innovations for the Spring-Summer 2025 season.

With nearly 1,200 exhibitors from 42 countries, including 73 newcomers, Première Vision Paris stands out for its diversity and wealth of creativity. The organization into eight distinct universes, such as Yarns, Fabrics, Designs, Accessories, Manufacturing, Intelligent Creation, Home of Exceptions and Leather, offers a comprehensive and varied experience for all participants.

360º Leather: from farm to technology

One of the highlights of this year’s event is 360° Cuir, an initiative designed to meet the new challenges facing the leather industry. The PV Leather Hub, Les Tanneurs Français and the FFTM x IFM exhibition highlight innovation, technology and craftsmanship, emphasizing the importance of quality, traceability and the environment.

Visitors can also immerse themselves in Spring-Summer 25 fashion trends through the PV Color Book SS25, trend analyses and fashion forums. Conferences and pitches will address crucial topics such as eco-responsibility, sourcing strategies and lingerie and accessories trends for summer 2025.

“A Better Way” for eco-responsible fashion

Première Vision Paris’ commitment to more eco-responsible fashion is reinforced with the extension of its “A Better Way” program. Exhibitors such as Adapta, Nona Source and L’Atelier des Matières showcase sustainable and unsold materials, reflecting a more responsible fashion industry.

Maison d’Exceptions continues to highlight rare craftsmanship, while the presence of young designers, such as Igor Dieryck, winner of the Grand Prix du Jury Mode 2023, and the finalists of the Festival de Hyères, demonstrates Première Vision Paris’ commitment to the new generation of designers.

On February 8, a special program for fashion students will complete this already rich offering, with seminars on sustainable fashion and guided tours.

Première Vision Paris 2024 promises to be an unmissable event, blending innovation, creativity and a commitment to sustainability, and a source of inspiration and collaboration for the global fashion industry.

Photos : Première Vision

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