Fabric Tradeshows Premiere Vision 2013 also known as Premiere Vision-New York and Indigo, will be held in New York
On January 15th-16th, New York will bring together a selection of the most creative and innovative international fabrics manufacturers and textile design studios to present their latest collections for Spring/Summer 2014.
For the 4th time, Première Vision Preview New York and Indigo New York will hold their combined trade shows at the same time on the same venue: the Metropolitan Pavilion & Altman Building. US buyers and designers will have the opportunity to find a rich and unique offer displayed in preview by a total of 237 exhibitors. This is a record participation (13% over January 2012) that firmly establishes its status as the US premier fashion textile show.
In addition to obtaining essential materials, fashion professionals will gain insight on future season trends before the world kick-off of the season in Paris.
Première Vision Preview New York: the leading rendez-vous for the American fashion market
For its 26th edition, Première Vision Preview New York will present the world’s most creative offer of fabrics and trimmings. Before anyone else, the North American designers will have the unique opportunity at this stage to begin developing customized fabrics to meet their specific needs, with access to 106 international exhibitors coming from 15 countries (Italy, France, Japan, Great Britain, Brazil, etc.) The show will also welcome 27 new exhibitors whom will unveil their latest collections for the first time.
The Fashion Information presented at the show will display indispensable Fashion tools that make the Première Vision renomee: the Fabric Forum, the Color Wall, the Trend Tasting Seminar and the Color Card. those tools will provide a complete overview of the Spring/Summer 2014 trends.
Indigo New York: a creative hotspot for the Spring/Summer 2014 season
This year, Indigo New York will present the work of 131 international and domestic textile design studios. As always, the show will bring together offers for all markets: women, men, juniors, infants, lingerie, swimwear, tees and accessories. Note as well, the Brazilian presence with the support of The Brazilian Textile and Apparel Industry Association (ABIT) and brands like 412BE, Musse, and Caju.
Pictures: JULY 2012 PHOTO REPORT © PREMIÈRE VISION SA / STÉPHANE KOSSMANN
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