PV Awards

The PV Awards are an opportunity to reward the most remarkable, inventive and innovative creations and leathers selected among Première Vision Fabrics and Première Vision Leather exhibitors. To make its choice, the world’s leading clothing and leather fabrics trade show meets every year in September with a prestigious jury composed of influential personalities from the international fashion scene.

An exceptional ceremony as it celebrates the 10 years of these awards created in 2008 to highlight the creative work of companies exhibiting at Première Vision Paris from the leather and fabric industries.

The awards ceremony will take place on Wednesday 19 September 2018 in Forum Hall 6 at 5.30 pm and will be followed by a cocktail in the square of Hall 6 at 6.30 pm.

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  • The list of nominees
    Bischoff Textil CH
    Stotz & Co CH
    Schoeller Textil CH
    Ningbo Beiwei CN
    Steiff Schulte DE
    De Ball DE
    Tex.Athenea ES
    J. Bracq-Textiline FR
    Sophie Hallette FR
    HTH Bucol FR
    Goutarel FR
    Sfate & Combier FR
    John Foster GB
    Aspesi Federico IT
    Ricamificio Gimar IT
    Iluna Group IT
    Junior By Adele Zibetti IT
    Lanificio Becagli IT
    Fabrica Tessuti IT
    Lanificio Faisa IT
    Giotex F.Lli Giorgetti IT
    Inseta IT
    Il Panda  By Lady V  IT
    Lineaesse Tessuti IT
    Mapel IT
    Marini & Cecconi IT
    Lanificio Moessmer IT
    Pontetorto IT
    Bolognini IT
    Mario Cucchetti Tessuti IT
    Limonta 1893 IT
    Duca Visconti Di Modrone Velvis Divisione EIT IT
    Fancyroses By Rodilosso IT
    TGM International IT
    Albini 1876 IT
    ITS Artea IT
    Canepa IT
    Gruppo Clerici Tessuto & C IT
    Delta Tex IT
    Erica Industria Tessile IT
    Etique IT
    Girani IT
    Gipitex IT
    Impresa Tessile IT
    Mantero IT
    Ruffo Coli Tessuti IT
    Selecta Como IT
    Teseo IT
    Arché Principio Tessile IT
    Estethia – G.B. Conte Division Of Marzotto Wool IT
    Smart Yard – Be Mood IT
    Botto Giuseppe IT
    Giardi Tessile IT
    Lanificio Luigi Colombo IT
    Manteco IT
    Lanificio Rafanelli IT
    Lanificio Luigi Ricceri IT
    Lanificio Di Sordevolo IT
    Lanificio Supermoda IT
    Carvico IT
    Leathertex IT
    Majocchi NT IT
    Europa IT
    Lily Lace International  JP
    Chigasaki Woollen Spinning & Weaving JP
    Takihyo JP
    Stylem – Zen Kiwami JP
    A-Girls JP
    Suncorona Oda JP
    Tsuboyoshi Orimono JP
    Take By Chikuma JP
    Kanda JP
    Toray JP
    Toray Industries / Dpt. Ultrasuede JP
    Komatsu Seiren JP
    Craftevo – V&A Japan JP
    Yoonia Tex KR
    Batm KR
    FT Tex KR
    GB Textile KR
    Young Textile KR
    Incalpaca PE
    A. Sampaio & Filhos PT
    Riopele PT
    Soktas Dokuma TR
    Yunsa TR

     

The Jury of the 10th PV AWARDS:

A jury of 13 influential international fashion figures awarded prizes to the most impressive winter 19-20 developments,

PRESIDENT DU JURY
Olivier Theyskens
Fashion designer

Previous Editions:

  • Edition 2017

    The PV awards 2017 winners :

    LE PV FABRICS GRAND JURY PRIZE 2017: A-Girls (JP)
    for the most outstanding, symbolic and pertinent fabric of the season

    LE PV FABRICS HANDLE PRIZE 2017: CRAFTEVO – V&A (JP)
    for the fabric allying the most astonishing tactile and behavioural qualities, the fabric that touches the emotions

    LE PV FABRICS IMAGINATION PRIZE 2017: Leathertex (IT)
    for the boldest, most original, most amazing fabric in terms of decoration, technique, finishing, innovation or technology

    New ! Le Fashion Smart Creation Prize 2017: Schoeller Textil (CH) for the most creative responsible fabric and leather

     

    LE PV LEATHER GRAND JURY PRIZE 2017: AQPEL (ES)
    for the most exceptional, symbolic and pertinent leather of the season

    LE PV LEATHER HANDLE PRIZE 2017: AHLSKOG TANNERY (FN)
    for the leather combining the most amazing tactile and behavioural qualities, the leather that touches the emotions

    LE PV LEATHER IMAGINATION PRIZE 2017:  FC Creacio i Innovacio (ES)
    for the most daring, original and amazing leather in terms of decoration, technique, finishing, innovation or technology

    New ! Le Fashion Smart Creation Prize 2017: Nova Kaeru (BR)
    for the most creative responsible fabric and leather

     

  • Edition 2016

    PV Awards Grand Jury Prize 2016
    Fabrics, Ventures
    Leather, Dileather

    PV Awards Handle Prize 2016
    Fabrics, Luxury Jersey
    Leather, Sakamoto Corp

    PV Awards Imagination Prize 2016
    Fabrics, Henri Portier
    Leather, Anil Tannery

  • Edition 2015

    The PV awards 2015 winners :

    The Grand Jury Prize : 

    For the most outstanding, most symbolic and most pertinent fabric of the season.

    The Innovation Prize : 

    For the fabric that is the most innovative, the most intelligent, the most technological and creative.

    The Handle Prize :

    For the fabric that allies the most astonishing tactile and behavioural qualities, the fabric that touches the senses and the emotions.

    The Imagination Prize : 

    For the most daring, the most original, the most surprising fabric in terms of fibre, technique, decoration or finishing.

    The jury of the 7th PV Awards :

    Livia Stoianova and Yassen Samouilov : Jury Presidents – Founders and Artistic Directors, ON AURA TOUT VU, France
    Jaana Beidler – Director of the Master’s Program « Fashion and Collection Design », Université d’Aalto – School of Arts, Design and Architecture, Finland
    Gabriella Cortese – Designer, Antik Batik, France
    Laurent Lepainteur – Director of Leather Development, Saint Laurent Paris, France
    Tasha Liu – Co-founder and marketing director, Dongliang concept store, Shanghai, China
    Christophe Marcolini – Operations Manager, Pierre Hardy, France
    Aniello Nasti – Director of Men’s Ready-to-Wear Collections, Roberto Cavalli, Italy
    Lilian Pacce – Journalist and fashion critic, Brazil
    Annelie Schubert – Young Designer, Winner of the Première Vision Grand Jury Prize at the 2015 Hyères International Festival
    Claude Vuillermet – Fashion Director Première Vision Leather
    Pascaline Wilhelm – Fashion Director Première Vision

  • Edition 2014

    The PV awards 2014 winners :

    The Grand Jury Prize : GdA (Italy)

    For the most outstanding, most symbolic and most pertinent fabric of the season.

    The Innovation Prize : Ala Campolmi Industrie (Italy)

    For the fabric that is the most innovative, the most intelligent, the most technological and creative.

    The Handle Prize : Luxury Jersey (Italy)

    For the fabric that allies the most astonishing tactile and behavioural qualities, the fabric that touches the senses and the emotions.

    The Imagination Prize : Lanificio Faisa (Italy)

    For the most daring, the most original, the most surprising fabric in terms of fibre, technique, decoration or finishing.

    The jury of the 6th PV Awards :
    Yiqing YIN : Jury President – Artistic Director of the Maison Yiqing Yin, France
    Luca Zanatta : Fabrics and Materials Research and Development Manager, Diesel, Italy
    Francamaria Bartolucci : Product Development, Vivienne Westwood, United Kingdom
    Edward Crutchley : Consultant, textile design and development, Louis Vuitton Homme, France
    Clare Johnston : Head of Textiles Program, Royal College of Art, United Kingdom
    Kenta Matsushige : Winner of the Première Vision Grand Jury Prize at the 2014 Hyères International Festival, Japan
    Jieun Rhee : Journalist ELLE Korea, South Korea
    Pascaline Wilhelm : Fashion Director, Première Vision

  • Edition 2013

    The PV awards 2013 winners :

    The Grand Jury Prize : Komatsu Seiren (Japon)

    For the most outstanding, most symbolic and most pertinent fabric of the season.

    Komatsu Seiren won the Grand Prize with an amazing “sandwich” fabric: a deep green polyurethane foam inserted between two printed fabrics, both of which are woollen imposters. One looks like a men’s herringbone, the other looks like a tartan dressed up with a bright blue colour. The unexpectedness of this fabric lies in its behaviour. Thanks to the compressible foam, the fabric remembers an impression for just a few minutes, before slowly returning to its initial shape. The well-rounded fabric takes on volumes of variable dimensions, marries shapes and softly accompanies motion.

    The Innovation Prize : Inseta (Italie)

    For the most innovative, most intelligent, most technological and creative fabric.

    Inseta proposes a new generation silk, with a bouncy bonding, comprised of two perfectly smooth and slippery pure silks. With a black back and a green face, it’s quite sophisticated looking, with a surprisingly smooth handle and very modern way of moving. This assembly reveals a muscular suppleness that is almost rubbery, and completely springy.

    The Handle Prize : Luigi Colombo (Italie)

    For the fabric that allies the most astonishing tactile and behavioural qualities, the fabric that touches the senses and the emotions.

    This fabric by Luigi Colombo is most importantly the meeting of warm nobility and light thickness. It’s the subtle marriage of a classically elegant camelhair broadcloth and a resolutely technical polyurethane foam. It’s a fabric that brings together the performance universe and citified elegance. New creative and design possibilities open up thanks to its warm and foamy handle, with its soft firmness.

    The Imagination Prize : H.O.H. (Autriche)

    For the most daring, the most original, the most surprising fabric in terms of fibre, technique, decoration or finishing.

    H.O.H. presents a very modern and quite couture guipure, a balance of tradition and modernity. Starting with cut-out tires, the original materials are given a new dimension, and hand assembled. To create this project H.O.H. partnered with an Italian workshop specialised in artistic recycling, to create a link between art, craft and industry. One of the house’s historic patterns, which is traditionally developed for embroideries, was transposed onto the material thanks to the original, hand-made cut/sewn assembly process, which made possible this fanciful and unexpected meeting between eco-friendliness and haute couture.

    The jury of the 5th PV Awards :
    Alessandro SARTORI – President of the Jury Directeur Artistique, Berluti, France
    Satu MAARANEN Winner of the Première Vision Grand Jury Prize at the 2013 Hyères International Festival, Finland
    Kathryn O’BRIEN Head of Design Direction & Global Design Sports Performance, Adidas, Allemagne
    Sandrine MERLE Journalist, Les Echos Série Limitée, France
    Victor DZENK President and Designer of the Viktor Dzenk brand, Brazil
    Serge COHEN Director of Collection Development, Façonnable, France
    Bertrand MARECHAL Professor of fashion and design, Geneva University of Art and Design (HEADS), Switzerland
    Pascaline WILHELM Fashion Director, Première Vision

  • Edition 2012

    The PV awards 2012 winners :

    The Grand Jury Prize : Ricciarini Tessile – Italie
    Innovation Prize : Ricciarini Tessile – Italie
    Handle Prize : Jackytex – Tessuti A Maglia Spa – Italie
    Imagination Prize : Nikke – The Japan Wool Textile Co., Ltd – Japon

    The 2012 PV Awards jury

    Felipe Oliveira Baptista, president of the 4th edition of the PV Awards

    He’s known for being down to earth and discreet, but he is above all extremely talented: Felipe Oliveira Baptista, a Portuguese-born designer who has been living and showing his collections in Paris since 2003, has been named the next President of the PV Awards. Creative director of Lacoste since 2010, he updated the brand with the crocodile logo by making it more feminine. At the same time he has continued to develop his own brand, created almost 10 years ago.

    Alongside this talented designer, influential fabric and fashion experts and personalities will constitute the particularly international jury of the 4th PV Awards :

    Ettore Corti, Head of fabric purchases and quality, Piazza Sempione, Italy
    Ragne Kikas, Winner of the Première Vision prize at the Hyères 2012 International Festival, Estonia
    Franc’ Pairon, Director of the Design Postgraduate Program, IFM (Institut français de la Mode), France
    Alain Sabatier, Collection Director, New Man, France
    Eric Wright, Freelance Designer, United States
    Robb Young, journalist, Royaume Uni
    Pascaline Wilhelm, Première Vision Fashion Director

  • Edition 2011

    The winners!
    Noon, Thursday 16 September, a huge crowd gathered at the Forum Général of Première Vision for the announcement of the winners of the PV Awards 2010 by the President of the jury, Ennio Capasa, the founder and creative director of Costume National.

    Five prizes were given during this, the second edition of the PV Awards:

    The Grand Jury Prize : LANIFICIO LUIGI RICCERI srl (Italie)
    Upset the senses and intuition with a pure silk. Run rings around heaviness with suppleness. Surprise with a handle that is almost synthetic, and a rustle that shouts silk. Take on the nobility of twill with disruptive raw yarns. And roll it all up in roundness with the lightness of a springy handle.

    Handle Prize : MARIOBOSELLI YARNS & JERSEY SpA (Italie)
    Ally density with fluidity, consistency with liquidity, with elasticity. Play on a visible metallic coldness with a weighty mobility, articulate the structures of a viscose milano in generous waves – and make reflections vibrate like lively silver.

    Innovation Prize : SCHOELLER TEXTIL AG (Suisse)
    Discreetly enhance elegance. Draw on high-tech innovations for jackets and trousers with an impeccably woollen aspect. Direction: a protective chicness, with virtuoso heat-regulation that is impalpable and invisible, to create unlined garments with a wool/polyester/stretch bonding.

    Imagination Prize : K. LINE Co. Ltd (Japon)
    Start with the perfection of an intense and absolute plain, the perfection of density, and add a flaming red heart with a poetic immensity. Like a deliciously multilayered pastry, beat in a precious core, trap it between two layers of soberness, thus uniting shade and lifeforce – freeing clothing imagination in all the prowess of detail.

    Special Woolmark Prize : NIKKE-THE JAPAN WOOL TEXTILE Co. (Japon)
    Stamp wool with the mark of modernity. Combine solidity with suppleness in a pure wool. Reconcile dryness and reassurance, through intimately blended, finely irregular and subtly slubbed colours. Harmonise the sturdy tautness of yarns with the voluptuousness of weaves for a skilfully absorbed gleam.

  • Edition 2010

    The winners!
    Noon, Thursday 16 September, a huge crowd gathered at the Forum Général of Première Vision for the announcement of the winners of the PV Awards 2010 by the President of the jury, Ennio Capasa, the founder and creative director of Costume National.

    Five prizes were given during this, the second edition of the PV Awards:

    The Grand Jury Prize : LANIFICIO LUIGI RICCERI srl (Italie)
    Upset the senses and intuition with a pure silk. Run rings around heaviness with suppleness. Surprise with a handle that is almost synthetic, and a rustle that shouts silk. Take on the nobility of twill with disruptive raw yarns. And roll it all up in roundness with the lightness of a springy handle.

    Handle Prize : MARIOBOSELLI YARNS & JERSEY SpA (Italie)
    Ally density with fluidity, consistency with liquidity, with elasticity. Play on a visible metallic coldness with a weighty mobility, articulate the structures of a viscose milano in generous waves – and make reflections vibrate like lively silver.

    Innovation Prize : SCHOELLER TEXTIL AG (Suisse)
    Discreetly enhance elegance. Draw on high-tech innovations for jackets and trousers with an impeccably woollen aspect. Direction: a protective chicness, with virtuoso heat-regulation that is impalpable and invisible, to create unlined garments with a wool/polyester/stretch bonding.

    Imagination Prize : K. LINE Co. Ltd (Japon)
    Start with the perfection of an intense and absolute plain, the perfection of density, and add a flaming red heart with a poetic immensity. Like a deliciously multilayered pastry, beat in a precious core, trap it between two layers of soberness, thus uniting shade and lifeforce – freeing clothing imagination in all the prowess of detail.

    Special Woolmark Prize : NIKKE-THE JAPAN WOOL TEXTILE Co. (Japon)
    Stamp wool with the mark of modernity. Combine solidity with suppleness in a pure wool. Reconcile dryness and reassurance, through intimately blended, finely irregular and subtly slubbed colours. Harmonise the sturdy tautness of yarns with the voluptuousness of weaves for a skilfully absorbed gleam.

  • Edition 2009

    The PV awards 2009 winners :
    The Grand Jury Prize : Ratti – Italie
    The Innovation Prize : Iwanaka – Japon
    The Handle Prize : Showa – Japon
    The Imagination Prize : Jakob Schlaepfer – Suisse

    The Jury
    President: Véronique Nichanian, artistic director of menswear at Hermès
    Fabrizio Flaccomio, senior designer and head of fabric research at Prada
    Oliver Horton, journalist
    Hirofumi Kurino, senior advisor & creative advisor at United Arrows,
    Nicolas Lepoutre, coordinator of fabric research at Louis Vuitton
    Florence Müller, fashion historian and professor at IFM Paris
    Marc Ossedat, designer for Le Printemps
    Kevin Tallon, creative intelligence manager, Central Saint Martins / UK
    Pascaline Wilhelm, fashion director of Première Vision