THE GLOBAL EVENT FOR FASHION PROFESSIONALS | 7-9 February 2017
THE GLOBAL EVENT FOR FASHION PROFESSIONALS | 7-9 February 2017

Specialized areas

Maison d'Exceptions

High creativity experimental zone, Hall 6

At each February edition of the show, Première Vision Paris celebrates craftsmanship and excellence with a space dedicated to ultimate creativity.

Its goal is to stimulate creativity by giving fashion brands and designers who are looking for unique products and specific expertise an opportunity to meet craftsmen and ateliers focused on traditional artisanal techniques, or technological innovations.

Expand your field of creativity

In February 2016, discover 27 Ateliers with rare know-hows, an international diversity of exceptional techniques: artisanal weaving and feather working, sheathing and caning leather, corsetry and needlework, artisanal embroidery, accessories… Passionate artisans who lead the way, experiment and innovate to offer you unique or made-to-measure creations. By invitation only

Discover at the bottom of this page the complete list of the ateliers exhibiting in February 2016

Prolongs the show experience with maisondexceptions.com

Freely browse over 330 articles and 50 videos Discover with this online magazine, the handcrafts, techniques, innovations and designers with astonishing specialties and personalities!

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Here is the complete list of the ateliers exhibiting in February 2016

 

Exhibitors list February 2016

Amaike Textile Industry – Mechanical weaving – contemporary techniques
Art Studio Bukon – Aidai – Wool felting – vernacular techniques
Atelier Bizet – Hand embroidery – ancestral techniques
Brïdge souffle de verre – Blown glass – ancestral techniques
Atelier Caraco – Corsetry and needlework – ancestral techniques
Carina Sohl Atelier – Embossed leather – contemporary techniques
Ateliers Courtin – Leather casing and wickerwork – ancestral techniques
Atelier Dynale – Artisanal methods of fabric finishing – contemporary techniques
EE Exclusives / Van Engelen & Evers – Ultra-high-definition jacquard weaving – contemporary techniques
Cécile Feilchenfeldt – Semi-mechanical knitting – contemporary techniques
Il Borgo Cashmere – Knitting, crochet and macramé – vernacular techniques
Kano-ko – Semi-mechanical weaving – contemporary techniques
Kawaei – Mechanical weaving – contemporary techniques
Atelier Aymeric Le Deun – Button maker – contemporary techniques
Legeron Clerjeau Tissot – Flower maker – ancestral techniques
Atelier Lorriaux – Artisanal methods of fabric finishing – contemporary techniques
Studio Andreea Mandrescu – Artisanal methods of fabric finishing – contemporary techniques
Kirsty McDougall Woven Textile Design – semi-mechanical weaving – contemporary techniques
Janaïna Milheiro – Hand weaving and feather works – contemporary techniques
Muto – semi-mechanical weaving – contemporary techniques
Natural Cotton Color Hand Craft – Knitting, crochet and macramé – vernacular techniques
Nishiyama – Ushikubi-Silk spinning and hand weaving – ancestral techniques
Sanjiku by Omiya – Mechanical braiding – contemporary techniques
Suzusan – Shibori – Hand weaving and pleating – ancestral techniques
Tamiya Raden – Hand weaving – ancestral techniques
Yukizna – Leather mosaics – contemporary techniques
Yushisha – Fujifu – Wisteria hand weaving – ancestral techniques

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