By and  on February 2, 2010

PARIS — Visitors to the Première Vision and Texworld textile fairs here next week will find mills seeking to capitalize on a growing sense of optimism with bolder designs and a greater focus on environmentally friendly fabrics.

Organizers of Première Vision, which begins its four-day run on Feb. 9, want to capture the feeling of renewed spirit with a refreshed venue that includes stands designed by Eric Jourdan and Francesca Avossa based on a white cityscape. The walls are made of Corian, a solid surfacing material created by DuPont, and will be in varying heights to evoke buildings.

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