Première Vision New York and Indigo New York show all the trends for Spring-Summer 2016
Make a date with Spring Summer 16 at New York’s Pier 92 next January 13 and 14. Following the roll-out of its new formula last July, the show is back with an even stronger offer in its 3 universes: fashion fabrics, accessories and textile & surface designs. A unique offer comprising 297 companies, up by 14% over January 2014. An event bringing together some of the best products selected by Première Vision from what the global textile world has to offer.
The accessories sector gains momentum this season, with 28 international companies showing, as compared to 14 last January and 24 in July 2014. The trimmings area at the entrance to the show brings together makers of buttons, buckles, metallic and plastic trims, embroidery and lace, labels, zippers and jewelry components.
Fabrics feature a wide range of choices is found in collections covering every need for the women’s and men’s markets. Some 118 weavers are on hand with a choice array of products: embroideries, lace, suitings, silkies, woolens, knits, color-wovens, technical fabrics.Loyal show exhibitors are joined this season by 13 newcomers, including Italian knit producer Carvico, the Japanese prints company Hokkoh, the French lace specialist Ets Lucien Noyon & Cie, and Ricamificio Lusi with its renowned embroidery collection.
The part of the show dedicated to textile and surface designs also looks promising with 151 exhibitors. Emerging and top designers and major fashion-brand buyers all have a chance to see what top international studios are creating for this new season. And 12 collections are showing for the first time, including: Life Love Art, Din + Bloom, White Buffalo, Print Collective.
Fashion inspiration at the show is as rich and diverse as ever, with 2 days of seminars, a selection of exhibitor products at trend areas dedicated to each universe, and the worldwide launch of the Première Vision Spring Summer 16 Color Card.
Special conferences around forward-looking themes provide a more overall approach to the fashion market. Following last July’s successful discussion on «Responsible creation –issues and values for fashion», the theme this edition will be “Technology and How it Will Serve the Fashion World in the Future”, with a panel of prestigious speakers.
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