Première Vision New York gears up for January edition
On January 18 and 19, fashion trade show Première Vision New York will host 109 exhibitors from 19 countries at NYC’s Center415, inviting visitors to discover trends for Spring/Summer 2023.
Exhibitors at the show, which is focused on the needs of the American market, cover categories including fabrics, design, leather, manufacturing and accessories. Visitors to the event will be able to discover information on trends and colors on the ground floor of the venue, where they can also purchase the Première Vision Color Range, which provides exclusive information on the key color trends of the upcoming season.
Thanks to Première Vision New York’s partnership with the Council of Fashion Designers of America’s Fashion Manufacturing Initiative (FMI), visitors will also be introduced to a range of local “Made in New York” manufacturing solutions.
Alongside the physical event, all of the suppliers who exhibit at the January show will have a dedicated e-shop on the Première Vision Marketplace. Here buyers can discover suppliers’ offerings 24/7, all year round, and can even interact with exhibitors directly in order to request samples, quotes or catalogues, or make production orders.
Following more than a year and a half without in-person shows, Première Vision New York returned to physical events this July, when it welcomed 67 domestic and international exhibitors to Center415.
As it seeks to keep step with shifting industry needs and timetables, Première Vision has further revealed that its Paris shows will take place in February and July next year, with a renewed emphasis on “eco-friendly advances and a detailed overview of the industry's most innovative materials.”
2022’s first Première Vision Paris show will run February 8 through 9, while the event dedicated to Fall/Winter 2023-24 will take place July 5 through 7, 2022.
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