Your eco-responsible sourcing itinerary at Première Vision Paris

Are you looking for sustainable sourcing solutions for your future Autumn-Winter collections?

With the Première Vision Paris show, our goal is to support your sourcing needs while pursuing our ambition to promote the sustainable initiatives of our exhibitors and highlight the major issues of the industry through a tailor-made eco-responsible sourcing itinerary.

Your responsible sourcing in person and online

This season yet again, Première Vision Paris is organized as a hybrid event taking place in physical form from 5 to 7 July in Paris Nord Villepinte, and online during the Digital Week, from 4 to 8 July.

Whether you join us in person at the show, or have chosen the digital option, this edition of PV Paris will once again offer a complete range of informative and committed content for an ever more enlightened sourcing.


The product developments of the Eco-Innovation forum

Your path starts Hall 4 with the Eco-Innovation forum, an inspiration space dedicated to the latest eco-responsible innovations of Autumn-Winter 23-24.

New! Book your exclusive guided tour of the Eco-Innovation forum ➔

A live sourcing session to follow online

Our fashion expert Elsa May, will be coming to you live online from the Eco-Innovation  forum, to introduce sustainable product innovations for Autumn Winter 23-24. 

Date & time: Tuesday 5 July at 12.30 pm


The Smart Creation Area: innovation and sustainable fashion

Located in Hall 4 North, the Smart Creation Area is a space entirely dedicated to innovative product developments in eco-responsibility and Fashion Tech.

30+ exhibitors rigorously selected by Première Vision for their committed and visionary offer.


The trend decodings on the Première Vision magazine

Starting July 4, on the sidelines of PV Paris’ Digital Week, discover a series of thorough articles decoding the eco-responsible trends and innovations of AW 23-24, to be found online in the Trends section of the Première Vision magazine.


A list of exhibitors offering sustainable solutions

To further support your sustainable sourcing and enable you to set up profitable meetings with exhibitors who match your needs, here is a list of suppliers offering eco-responsible solutions and product developments for Autumn-Winter 23-24. Visit their stand at the show or contact them directly online on the Première Vision Marketplace.

See the exhibitor’s list ➔

A program of talks focusing on ecological issues

With their program of talks and conferences, both online and in person, the Première Vision Paris teams and their guests will give you even more keys and insights to succeed in your committed sourcing.


Conferences not to be missed at the show

The in-person conferences are finally back in February for the new edition of Première Vision Paris! A unique opportunity to learn about the major issues facing the textile industry and to take part in discussions with experts in their field. The conferences will take place in the Talks Area, Hall 4.

A program that focuses on the challenges of sustainable fashion around major topics such as digitalisation, circularity, local sourcing and more.


Smart Digital Talks to watch online

Designed by the Première Vision fashion team to better target fashion-industry needs, it provides a concrete look at the season’s sustainable developments, with key trends and sustainable innovations in fabrics, leathers and accessories. A can’t-miss event for effective, sustainable sourcing! 

Seminar presented by Ariane Bigot, of the Première Vision fashion team.


Small quantities, leather offer, local sourcing, sport & tech, motifs & designs… check out our other sourcing itineraries on the Première Vision Marketplace and our online Magazine.

Don’t forget to register to attend the July edition of Première Vision Paris, visit the website for more information and view the full exhibitors list to prepare your visit.

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