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Traffic Down 33 Percent at Première Classe

Buyer cancellations linked to the coronavirus epidemic led to a decrease in attendance levels, even if the…

Premiere Classe Emphasizes Sustainable Designs

The accessories trade show put a new emphasis on heritage craftsmanship and eco-friendly designs.

Buyers Favor Paris Trade Shows as Tranoï Gets New Leadership

Paris remains a favorite for buyers attending apparel trade shows, but Tranoï's new director says the city…

South African Showcase Among Highlights at Première Classe

The recently wrapped salon received rave reviews from buyers as it heads into its 30th anniversary.

Paris Trade Shows Look to Maintain Relevance

The French capital's salons have continued their ongoing struggle to respond to an increasingly complex…

Independent Retailers Upbeat at Paris Apparel Trade Shows

Buyers said there was a difference between the struggles of large chain retailers and niche boutiques…

Mix and Match Rules Première Classe and Bijorhca

"There is a lot more freedom in the way people wear accessories," said Aude Leperre, director of Bijohrca.

Who’s Next Celebrates African Creativity

For his second edition as co-general director, Frédéric Maus repositioned the trade show as a "concept store"…

Première Classe Tests ‘Phygital’ Concept

The initiative showcased some 40 young accessories and apparel brands via a temporary digital marketplace and…

ANDAM Jury Welcomes Four New Members

The new additions include fashion show producer René Célestin and Xavier Clergerie, founder of the trade show…

Paris Accessories Trade Shows Adapt to Shrinking Market

The number of exhibitors fell this season at Premiere Classe and Bijorhca, organizers said.

In With the New at Première Classe

Buyers were spoilt for choice at the recent edition of the Paris accessories trade show that saw a 20 percent…

Paris Accessories Shows Seek New Paths to Growth

Trends at the Première Classe and Bijorhca trade shows included upcycling, customization and Made in France…

Première Classe Tuileries Promotes French Craftsmanship in Supersized Show Venue

Footfall at the accessories show held Sept. 29 to Oct. 2 declined four percent.

Première Classe and Bijorhca Paris in a Crafty Mood

Handmade items and natural materials were in demand at the Paris fairs.