Conservative and reassuring textile designs, tactile wools, precious feminine silk and viscose and performance-driven denim options stole the spotlight at the textile trade show’s digital-only event.
The weeklong trade show centered on spring 2022 runs from Feb. 15 to 19.
The textile trade show will be held online only from Feb. 15 to 19.
The textile trade show’s marketplace made up for the forgone physical fair drawing 1,675 exhibitors and almost 20,000 users.
The trade show is scheduled for Sept. 15 to 17 at the Parc des Expositions de Paris Nord Villepinte in the outskirts of the French capital.
Première Vision Paris will take place on Sept. 15 to 17 and include exhibitors from Blossom Première Vision and Denim Première Vision.
A 50 percent drop in Chinese exhibitors had a major knock-on effect on attendance at Texworld Paris, with a quieter turnout also palpable at Première Vision Paris.
Face masks were the accessory du jour at Premiere Vision and Texworld, with the impact of the coronavirus epidemic weighing on an already challenging market.
Première Vision New York was held on Jan. 21 to 22 at Center 415, a new venue for the event.
Attendance was drastically down at the Blossom Première Vision trade show in Paris due to the countrywide train strike.
A bulked-up Smart Creation space at Première Vision Paris and a biofabrication exhibition at Texworld Paris pointed to a strengthening of the sustainability movement at the textiles level.
The firm’s ProEarth fall collection debuted at Première Vision Paris.
Through alliances with Parsons School of Design and the Fashion Institute of Technology, the European company is trying to raise its profile and support young talent.
Bluebell Group is more confident than ever about the Asian consumer as it further expands into new markets.