Twice a year more than 300 exhibitors from 25 countries display their creative collections at Première Vision Accessories (buttons, buckles, textile and metallic trims, lace and embroidery, jewellery components, labels, soles, heels, laces, feathers, beads, shoulder pads, sewing thread and more…). Exhibitors are selected by a Committee that decides new admissions to the show, providing visitors with a guarantee of quality, creativity, innovation and reputation.
Designers, collection heads, buyers and product heads come from around the world to discover the new collections at Première Vision Accessories. In February 2016 the show had more than 27,000 visitors, 67% of them international, coming from the worlds of ready-to-wear, leather goods, footwear, packaging, jewellery, lingerie…
3 forums and 1 products directory present the exhibitors’ collections to highlight the trends and present the season’s colour range, in order to guide buyers in their creative research. Published each season, the trends book spotlights the strong points in terms of textures and finishes, along with a colour range.
Providing inspiration to visitors and additional visibility to exhibitors, 4 Fashion and Products Information displays are set within the show, Hall 4:
Accessories trends for the Autumn_Winter 1718 season for the RTW and leathergoods markets, with a selection of fashion and functional accessories from the best of exhibitors’ collections.
A forum entirely dedicated to fashion jewellery presents fashion directions elaborated with a rich and creative selection of technical components, stones, chains, rhinestones and even mounted jewels.
A visual and practical space to discover the new products illustrated by selections from exhibitors at Première Vision Accessories.
A new wide-ranging forum dedicated to footwear showcases the season’s leading technical components, ornaments and leathers. It shines an insightful light on manufacturing secrets behind AW 17/18 footwear.
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