Selecting the know-how of fashion materials and service experts
Première Vision Paris selects and brings together the complementary expertise of 1,500 international exhibitors to meet your need for multi-material, selective and creative sourcing.
Here creativity is expressed without restraint throughout the seasons:
Première Vision Paris February: presentation of the spring-summer collections.
Première Vision Paris July: presentation of the autumn-winter collections.
The 9 universes of Première Vision Paris :
What? Natural, artificial or synthetic fibres, high-performance yarns, recyclable materials … Première Vision Yarns offers the currently most advanced creations and innovations. Spinners and fibre producers offer products for all markets: woven fabrics, jacquards, circular knits, hosiery, technical uses,
Why? This most-upstream selection step in the textile chain is paramount. The fabric will take on its full dimension thanks to the yarns and fibres that go into it and lend it its creativity and its technology.
Who? Première Vision Yarns welcomes fibre producers, specialists in throwing and texturing, spinners and industry promotional organizations. There are between 40 and 50 exhibitors, depending on the session, from some 20 countries, the most represented of which, in order of importance, are: Turkey, Italy, China, the United States and Spain.
For whom? Weavers and knitters of value-added textiles.
Where? Hall 5
What? Première Vision Fabrics brings together fabrics created, produced and marketed for the apparel markets. Each collection presented by the weavers selected for the show is characterized by its coherence and an identifiable fashion direction. The most international offer of the creative fashion sector, through the know-how of about 600 exhibitors from the leading countries of the sector (30 countries represented on average each session): embroidery, lace, suitings, silkies, woollen, knits, dyed wovens, technical fabrics…
Why? The elaboration of a collection flows naturally from the textile selections: shapes, patterns, colours … tight up to the manufacturing of the garment itself… This is why the strength of Première Vision Fabrics is its synergy with the other Première Vision Paris universes.
Who? Print specialists (Prints sector), fancy fabrics, woollens and fake fur (High Fancy), high-end silkies (Silkies), embroideries and lace (Embroideries-Lace), cotton shirt fabrics for the casual and city offer (Shirting), structured fabrics for suits and tailoring (Tailoring), casual cottons and linens (Premium Relax), performant fabrics and knits (Tech), lining specialists (Lining), representatives of the circular knits for the casual and sophisticated universe (knits). Depending on the session, between 500 and 600 exhibitors, 88% international, take part in the event. They come from some thirty countries, with Italy as the leading country-represented among exhibitors.
For whom? Designers, collection managers, in-house design offices for creative fashion brands and design studios from luxury houses, business leaders.
Where? Halls 5 and 6.
What? This universe is dedicated to the leather and fabrics for leather goods and footwear trades.
Why? The sector involves unique trades and know-hows. Positioned on the high-end, Première Vision Leather brings together a first-class offer with guaranteed traceability.
Who? Tanners, tawers and manufacturers of fabrics for the leather goods and footwear markets, as well as leather trade federations and associations. Première Vision Leather brings together around 200 international exhibitors. They represent about 15 countries, notably Italy, France, Spain, Portugal and Turkey. Since September 2018, the event hosts a space dedicated to the manufacture of leather items (clothing, leather goods, shoes): Première Vision Manufacturing – Leather.
For whom? Stylists and designers from the major names in luxury goods as well as ready-to-wear, leather goods and footwear brands looking for high-quality leathers but also creative fabrics for accessories and manufacturers to make their collections of finished products.
Where? Hall 6
What? Textile creation, motifs and patterns are the heart of Première Vision Designs’ offering. It brings together a rigorous selection of specialized international studios presenting their latest collections in textile design (patterns, motifs, knit ideas, ornamentation, vintage …). Buyers who come to do their sourcing discover the season’s trends and major themes in terms of decorations and patterns.
Why? The decoration offer from Première Vision Designs exhibitors will personalise and lend distinction to buyers’ future collections: dresses, blouses, T-shirts, children’s clothing, lingerie, swimsuits, etc.
Who? Design studios and textile designers working for all universes (men’s, women’s, juniors’, children’s) and all sectors (ready-to-wear, lingerie, sports …), encompassing around 100 exhibitors with a strong representation from France, the U.K., Italy and the U.S.
For whom? Representatives of fashion brands looking for the decorative inspiration of the season and exclusive patterns for their collections. Weavers from all fashion segments (tailoring, ready-to-wear, sportswear, mass-market and non-textile chains, franchises…) including weavers exhibiting at Première Vision Fabrics.
Where? Hall 5 North.
What? This universe focuses on bringing together accessories and components for fashion and design that decorate clothing, footwear, leather goods, lingerie, etc. A broadly diversified offer that brings together a selection of buttons and buckles, embroideries and narrow laces, appliqués for ready-to-wear, leather goods and footwear, zips and metallic or plastic accessories, ribbons, sequins and sequined yarns … Components for fashion jewellery (rhinestones, chains, stones, etc.) and decorative accessories (laces, ornaments, leather or textile pieces), but also packaging manufacturers.
Why? Selected on the basis of their functionality and creativity quotient, these proposals are indispensable complements to anchor a collection in the season through the shape of a button on a jacket or the presence of rhinestones on a dress.
Who? Suppliers of accessories and components working for the ready-to-wear, sports, leather goods, jewellery and packaging sectors. Close to 200 exhibitors from around thirty countries, predominantly Italy.
For whom? RTW brands, leather goods, footwear and jewellery brands looking for accessories and components.
Where? Hall 4.
What? A meeting place for order writers and manufacturers, Première Vision Manufacturing stands out as the essential link between the upstream and the downstream of the clothing textile sector by offering a quality clothing manufacturing service. The space brings together a complete range of technical and logistical solutions dedicated to fashion brands and household linen to produce their collections.
Why? The manufacturing stage is essential. While some brands and houses have their own production sites or workshops, others must sub-contract to fashion manufacturers. The companies exhibiting at Première Vision Manufacturing all feature high-quality technical know-how and quick reactivity. They guarantee quality manufacturing.
Who? A selection of fashion manufacturers specialized in fluid garments, casualwear and citywear (Softwear sector), suits and jacket (Suitwear), cut and sewn knitwear (Tee’s & Co), shirtings (Shirts Up), and denim (Upper Jeanswear). There’s also an area for swimwear, outerwear and accessories (Special Skills). Knitters, machine makers and flat knitwear specialists. Specialized service providers (quality control) and promotional organizations. Nearly 100 companies are exhibiting at Première Vision Manufacturing. Dressmakers, subcontractors or manufacturers, whether they develop private label collections or pre-established finished products, the exhibitors are subject to a Selection Committee specific to the clothes making industry. Exhibitors in this sector come from Turkey, Morocco, Mauritius, Tunisia, Romania, Portugal, and also from the Asia-Pacific zone.
For whom? Production managers and buying heads for fashion, lingerie, sports and accessories brands.
Where? Hall 6 North.
Première Vision Manufacturing – Leather is the universe dedicated to fabricating leather garments, leather goods and footwear.
Situated next to the Première Vision Leather area, this space brings together a selection of 20 international manufacturers ranging from upstream to downstream, all developing a global and transversal offer that is an invaluable asset to buyers. These top-level professionals present solutions in terms of manufacturing techniques and know-hows that are highly sought after by fashion brands, who come here to meet reliable and creative partners to help them develop their accessories collections (shoes, bags) and leather ready-to-wear. This offer is completed by the presence of companies offering technical components for footwear (soles, heels, reinforcements, welt…).
Where? Hall 6
Dedicated to ateliers with a particularly high level of know-how, this space gathers exhibiting houses demonstrating working techniques which, each in their field, represent an exceptional know-how. About thirty artists are present each session. Entry to this space is by invitation only and reserved for international luxury actors in textiles, accessories and leather goods sectors.
Feb. 20 / Maison d’Exceptions
An invitation to discover the new eco-responsible and technological innovations that are already industrialized and exploitable, which are the fashion of today and will be the fashion of tomorrow.
The most committed, inspiring and even visionary companies in the sector!
The exhibitors of this area offer recycled materials (fibers, fabrics…); organic and biological materials; the most traceable processes and materials; components and accessories; eco-responsible fibers; eco-designed textiles; alternative materials (to leather, synthetic fabrics…); eco-responsible tanning processes; environmentally friendly finishing processes; eco-responsible dyeing processes (waterless, technological, natural…); eco-responsible textile printing techniques; global circular approaches; fabrics with innovative properties; technologies from Fashion Tech, certification organizations, etc.
Where? Hall 4