The Portuguese textile show's 59th edition was hailed "a highly successful event," according to its organizers, bringing together 300 exhibitors and almost 5,000 buyers, with close to 500 foreign visitors in attendance.
Première Vision Paris will be held in July rather than September, but its organiser is keen to schedule an event before the autumn, and will stage a new edition of Fashion Rendez-vous in Paris on September 7-8.
The second (and last) edition of the combined Scoop x Pure last week showed that buyers’ appetites for physical events remain strong after two years in which they were cancelled, delayed or made digital-only.
Europe continues to ramp up its physical fashion shows andevents as the worst of the pandemic recedes and The British Fashion Council (BFC) has announced that London Show Rooms is returning to White Milano this month
Between February 4 and 6, Momad brought together 330 brands and 300 buyers from 35 countries to Ifema's Pavilion 8, in Madrid. This successful comeback counted on brands such as Naf Naf and Don Algodón to exhibit.
The organisers of Birmingham’s Spring fair said they saw a busy opening day on Sunday and said “thousands of retail buyers flocked to Spring Fair as it opened its doors for the first time in two years”.
A “strong performance across key indicators, despite ongoing disruption of Omicron”, summed up Hyve Group’s trading performance for the opening four months of FY22, with the new Q1 seeing resilient trading patterns,
The textile/apparel show will feature 1,100 exhibitors, of which about 100 on its e-marketplace, for its Spring/Summer 2023 edition held with a redesigned lay-out at the Villepinte exhibition centre in Paris.
Frankfurt was set to become Germany's new fashion hub but, after two pandemic-disrupted editions, the Premium show has announced it will return to Berlin for next July’s session, with a mixed B2B/D2C approach.