The next edition of the show will be held on 14 & 15 December at the Carreau du Temple in Paris, and will present the newest product developments of a hundred exhibitors, including 10 new fabric suppliers, selected for their creativity and their exceptional know-how.
More than 70 high-end fabric suppliers
Gathered under the glass roof of the Carreau du Temple, printers, embroidery and lace designers as well as specialists in silkies, sport & tech, high fancy, knitwear, tailoring and premium relax await you!
Focus on New Concepts
Print specialist, New Concepts, a division of the renowned Stamperia di Martinengo, stands out for the impact and graphic creativity of its designs.
Rooted in Comasque know-how and tradition, the Italian company offers a wide range of warp and weft fabrics and a wide variety of modern designs, with a strong identity, easy to imagine on a garment.
Focus on Produce Sinapsi
Italian company Produce Sinapsi works with high-quality raw materials and recycled yarns with great sophistication. Rooted in the Made in Italy tradition, the collections offer beautiful knits, jerseys and jacquards with a special focus on natural and raw fibres. Thanks to a strong design-oriented vision and 40 years of experience, Produce Sinapsi has positioned itself as an “artisanal workshop” that continues to explore and innovate season after season. The company also values sustainability and traceability thanks to a short and exclusively Italian supply chain.
Focus on Jules Tournier Since 1865
Jules Tournier Since 1865 is a family-owned and independent company, labelled “Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant” (Living Heritage Company) since 2015. It is one of the last French knitters to be fully integrated and to master all the stages of production, from the choice of the fibre to the fabric.
With a great aesthetic richness, the Jules Tournier Since 1865 collection gathers noble woollens, caban and gauze, but above all a great variety of complex and rich tweeds made of various yarns, including recycled yarns.
Focus on Estethia G.B. Conte – Marzotto Group
Estethia G.B. Conte is a combination of two stories: Estethia and G.B. Conte. Estethia offers creative fabrics of various weights and uses, enhanced by special finishes, fancy yarns, 3D surfaces and double structures to create dynamic and modern collections. G.B Conte brings its sophisticated identity, its traditional expertise and its perpetual search for new developments, in perfect complementarity.
Focus on Bouton Renaud
Bouton Renaud is a French company that has been awarded the “Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant” (Living Heritage Company) label and produces exceptional silk fabrics on jacquard velvet looms. These rare “industrial craft” fabrics are entirely developed and manufactured in France.
Fancy velvet, plain and jacquard, weaving, finishing and hand painting, Bouton Renaud’s collections stand out for their creativity, their sophistication and their authenticity.
Focus on Darquer & Méry
Darquer & Méry is a French family business that has been creating lace with the Dentelle de Calais-Caudry label for four generations. All its production sites are located in Caudry.
Their collections contain Leavers lace creations of the finest quality, as modern as they are complex, meeting the needs of high-end lingerie brands, luxury brands and Haute Couture.
Fifteen or so tanners and leather specialists
Focus on Abip par Russo Di Casandrino
For more than 50 years, Russo Di Casandrino has been producing top-of-the-range leathers for footwear, leather goods and garments. The Neapolitan company offers leather collections designed for luxury with exceptional qualities.
Tanning expertise, tradition and advanced techniques are combined to offer ever richer, more creative and more accomplished leather developments.
Around ten manufacturers of accessories, ribbons, buttons, labels, buckles, trimmings…
Focus on La Société Choletaise de Fabrication
Labelled as a “Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant” (Living Heritage Company), the Société Choletaise de Fabrication offers a wide range of accessories made according to 5 processes: fast braiding, slow braiding on a wooden loom, lace on a jacquard loom with mechanical spindles, knitting and weaving.
Laces, cords, soutaches, serpentines, braids, straps… the specificity of the Société Cholétaise de Fabrication is a high quality custom-made production.
Come and meet all these professionals at the heart of Paris on 14 & 15 December!