Show Agenda

 

FASHION SEMINARS *

  • TREND TASTING SEMINARS
    • SEASON TREND TASTING
      An essential tool to fully decode what’s indispensable for Autumn Winter 19-20.
      Wednesday 19 sept.11 am / Thursday 20 sept. 11 am / Friday 21 sept.11 am
    • COLOUR & FABRICS TREND TASTING
      An essential tool for a full understanding of the colour range and the indispensable fabrics for the Autumn Winter 19-20 season
      Wednesday 19 sept. 12:30 pm / Thursday 20 sept.12:30 pm / Friday 21 sept.12:30 pm

    The TREND TASTING fashion seminars are presented by the Première Vision fashion team and proposed in French/English.

    Première Vision Fabrics – Hall 5, Room 501-502.
    Seats are limited. Soon you will be able to book your seat online

    • JAPAN TREND TASTING
      Thursday 20 at 3:00 pm
      Première Vision Fabrics – Hall 5, Room 503.
      Seats are limited. Soon you will be able to book your seat online
  • LEATHER FASHION BREAKFAST

    The trend concepts for Automne-Hiver 19-20, as well as the season’s key colours, products and materials for the leather and fur markets.
    Seminar available in French/English, and presented by Claude Vuillermet, Leather Fashion Director.
    Everyday 10:30 am

    Première Vision Leather Hall 3, Workshops and Conferences area
    Free access.French/English

     

  • DENIM PV FASHION SEMINAR

    An exclusive moment to have a look fully decode Autumn Winter 19-20 through the analysis of the Denim Première Vision fashion team.

    Thursday 20 Sept. at 2:30 pm

    Première Vision Fabrics – Hall 5, Room 501-502. Free access. French/ English

SPECIAL SHOW EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS*

  • SPORT & TECH

    This September, sport gains new ground. Expand your vision of the influence of sport on fashion by visiting our new Sport & Tech Forum, featuring a broad new range of products, or by attending the specially dedicated conferences held
    in the same space.

    • Pascal Monfort, founder of the REC TrendsMarketing agency, decodes the relationships between Fashion and Sport in three complementary conferences:

    Wednesday 19 Sept. at 2 pm – Sport & Fashion, partners of success.

    Thursday 20 Sept. at 3 pm –Where performance meets with elegance

    Friday 21 Sept. at 11 am – From “Street Culture” to “Sport Couture,” where luxury meets young consumers

    • Première Vision Paris exhibitors recount their new products for the AW1920 season :

      Wednesday 19 Sept. at 11 am

      Thursday 20 Sept. at 11 am

    Sport & Tech Forum, Première Vision Fabrics, Hall 6.
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  • THE PV AWARDS

    10th edition presided over by talented Belgian designer Olivier Theyskens. The PV Awards single out the most outstanding, inventive and innovative fabrics and leathers, selected from products by the exhibitors at Première Vision Fabrics and Première Vision Leather.

    Awards presentation in the presence of the jury, Wednesday, 19 September at 5:30 pm in the PV Perspectives Forum, Première Vision Fabrics, Hall 5. Cocktail at 6:30 pm Hall 6.

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  • TEXSELECT 2018

    Winners of the TexSelect ® competition (formerly Texprint) – for young international design students from UK fashion universities – present their collections. A major show attraction for buyers looking for something new.

    Prize ceremony Thursday 20 September at 4:30 pm, Première Vision Designs, Hall 5.
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  • 2018 HYÈRES INTERNATIONAL FASHION FESTIVAL

    Since 2011, Première Vision Paris has been a partner in the International Festival of Fashion and Photography in Hyères. At the next show, an exhibition will present the collection of the winners of the Première Vision Grand Jury Prize 2018: Rushemy Botter et Lisi Herrebrugh.


    Exhibition, Première Vision Fabrics, Hall 5.
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  • RITMOEMOTIVO ANYTHING WORKS

    An exhibition focused on the male wardrobe, featuring key pieces from the archives of menswear artistic director Stefano Chiassai.


    Première Vision Fabrics, Hall 6.

  • AUTUMN-WINTER 19-20 FILMS

    PREMIÈRE VISION FABRICS
    Hall 5, PV Perspectives.
    PREMIÈRE VISION LEATHER
    Hall 3, Leather Selection
    PREMIÈRE VISION DESIGNS
    Hall 5, Designs

  • FOCUS COUNTRY
    For the second edition of the COUNTRY FOCUS – which aims to promote a country and its clothing know-how – Première Vision
    Manufacturing will host Portugal in a specially dedicated area.
    The forum will present the know-how of the country’s textile industry and its creative goals through a showcase of Made in Portugal products. Some 100m² will be organized by ASM (Associação Selectiva Moda) and CENIT  (Textile Intelligence Center) with technical support from CITEVE (Technical Center of
    Textile and Clothing of Portugal).
    A true mirror of the excellence of Portuguese fashion, the COUNTRY FOCUS will shine a light on the country’s strengths and
    competitive advantages: Creativity, Flexibility, Reactivity, Advanced Technology and Sustainability.
    Première Vision Manufacturing, Hall 6
  • DESIGNS FACTORY
    In September, to highlight the many facets of textile design and illustrate the close links between art and textile creation, Première
    Vision Designs welcomes a new space, conceived as a creative studio: the DESIGNS FACTORY.
     
    Visitors will be immersed in an artist’s studio that looks like an industrial showroom where the exhibition’s textile designers, like artists, will present their latest textile creations for autumn winter 2019-20.
     
    Première Vision Designs, Hall 5

SMART CREATION*

  • Changing the Fiber Landscape through Performance and Environmental Advantages

    Stacy Flynn, CEO and Co-Founder of Evrnu and Christopher Stanev, CSO and Co-Founder of Evrnu.

    Evrnu has invented and is deploying innovative technologies that are transforming the fiber landscape.  Benefits include extending the natural cotton fiber lifecycle 5X, adding a high-quality waste-based feedstock, and opening markets with new engineered materials.  Join the Co-Founders in a dialog about these capabilities and their impact.

    Wenesday 19 September from 1 pm to 2 pm

    Smart Square, Hall 3

  • Francois Souchet leads Make Fashion Circular, an initiative by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation

    For fashion to thrive in the future, we must join forces and design a circular economy for clothes. Francois Souchet, Lead, Make Fashion Circular will share insights from the Ellen MacArthur Foundation report  ‘A new textiles economy: Redesigning Fashion’s Future’, and a positive vision for a circular economy for clothes. Make Fashion Circular drives collaboration between industry leaders and other key stakeholders to create a textiles economy fit for the 21st century. Its ambition is to ensure clothes are made from safe and renewable materials, new business models increase their use, and old clothes are turned into new. 

    Wenesday 19 September from 2 pm to 3 pm

    Smart Square, Hall 3

  • What Happens When You Put a Scientist and a Designer in the Same Room?

    Dr. Yuly Fuentes-Medel, Founder of Descience, focuses on the intersection of design and science. She will showcase examples and outcomes from the Descience program, which paired scientists and designers from different global backgrounds and regions to problem-solve meaningful human challenges. She will discuss the global science network and examples of newly formed companies, such as Bolt Threads, that are a true testimony to science in search of new sustainable systems.

    Wenesday 19 September from 3 pm to 4 pm

    Smart Square, Hall 3

  • Circular Design Guidelines: an end-to-end approach to making

    Rebecca Earley and Kate Goldsworthy, Co-founders of the Centre for Circular Design at Chelsea College of Arts, University of the Arts London, and their team are creating a circular design guide for a circular economy. The concepts have been tested with Elin Larsson, Sustainability Director at Filippa K, and her team in Stockholm over a period of 18 months. Rebecca and Elin will join us to share their insights with attendees.

    Thursday 20 September from 2 pm to 3 pm

    Smart Square, Hall 3

  • Sustainability and traceability in the leather supply chain

    Moderated by ILM Content Director, Martin Ricker, the seminar will feature several short presentations from leading industry experts representing major brands and retailers, technical institutions and tanners.

    Thursday 20 September from 3:30 pm to 4:45 pm

    Smart Square, Hall 3

  • VF Corporation Moves Toward a Circular Business Model

    Julian Lings, Sustainability Manager for The North Face in Europe, Middle East and Africa

    Julian Lings will share key values of VF’s Made For Change strategy, focusing on the Circular Business Model’s pillar of the strategy. Julian will have a good collection of case studies to share. The two main focuses will be: new business models and a new role for design. 

    Friday 21 September from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm

    Smart Square, Hall 3

  • Blockchain in the era of transparency: a tool to connect products to data

    Neliana Fuenmayor – Founder & CEO of ‘A Transparent Company’ in partnership with Provenance.org 

    Fashion supply chains are complex and often opaque, with limited interoperability and information is siloed. We work with fashion businesses to help them transition from linear supply chains to open and circular models, by creating product engagement at the point of sale, by connecting the product journeys with Provenance TM software-based solutions woth blockchain technology. We will discuss the roadmap towards transparency in fashion, from end-to-end traceability to the point of sale and beyond purchase to achieve full circularity. 

    Friday 21 September from 2 pm to 3 pm

    Smart Square, Hall 3

CONFERENCES*

  • SPORT & TECH CONFERENCES
    • Pascal Monfort, founder of the REC TrendsMarketing agency, decodes the relationships between Fashion and Sport in three complementary conferences:

    Wednesday 19 Sept. at 2 pm – Sport & Fashion, partners of success.

    Thursday 20 Sept. at 3 pm –Where performance meets with elegance

    Friday 21 Sept. at 11 am – From “Street Culture” to “Sport Couture,” where luxury meets young consumers

    • Première Vision Paris exhibitors recount their new products for the AW1920 season :

      Wednesday 19 Sept. at 11 am

      Thursday 20 Sept. at 11 am

    Sport & Tech Forum, Première Vision Fabrics, Hall 6.
    Learn more

  • FOCUS COUNTRY CONFERENCE

    Soon more information

    Hall 5 – room 501-502
    Thursday 19 September at 3.45 pm
    Free entrance. Limited seats.

  • CTC CONFERENCES

    FINISHES FOR LEATHER GOODS: USES AND INSTRUCTIONS
    A winning synergy between stylists and designers and expert shoemakers.

    Presented by Emmanuel Rossignol – Head of the Leather Goods department at CTC

    The quality of finishes is an integral part of leather goods savoir-faire: this means using gestures and techniques to enhance creation.
    Between tradition and design, how can this expertise be put to best use? 
    CTC will present a conference – workshop and open the discussion around the winning synergies between stylists, designers and expert shoemakers.

    Wednesday 19 September at 2 pm, Hall 3, Conferences room
    Free Access – Limited seats. French/English

    FOOTWEAR: INNOVATION IN SHAPE CONTROL WITH LAST ENGINEERS

    Presented by Christophe Cumin – Head of Footwear Department at CTC

    The form is the basis of shoemaking, at the crossroads between technical features and design, comfort and the quality of the product. 
    The expertise of the last maker is rare and in demand. Drawing on traditional savoir-faire and the latest technical innovations, CTC and its partner, Blue Ridge Logiciels, have developed a solution for managing the form and evaluating the fit of the model.  

    Thursday 20 September at 2 pm, Hall 3, Conferences room
    Free Access – Limited seats. French/English

  • LEATHER ROUND TABLES

    Creation and sustainable industrial processes
    Presented by Nathalie Elharrar

    Wednesday 19 September at 4 pm, Hall 3, Conferences room
    Free Access – Limited seats. French/English

    Cuir de Graulhet association
    Presented by Nathalie Elharrar

    Thursday 20 September at 12 pm, Hall 3, Conferences room
    Free Access – Limited seats. French/English

    Eco-design, the new DNA of labels
    Presented by Nathalie Elharrar

    Thursday 20 September at 4 pm, Hall 3, Conferences room
    Free Access – Limited seats. French/English

    Up cycling
    Presented by Nathalie Elharrar

    Friday 21 September at 2 pm, Hall 3, Conferences room
    Free Access – Limited seats. French/English

  • IFM ALUMNI CONFERENCE

    Digitally Native Vertical Brands
    With Viviane Lipskier (author of the book Digitally Native Vertical Brands : les surdouées du commerce digital, éditions Maxima)

    Speakers : to be announced at 3.45

    Wednesday 19 September at 2 pm, Hall 5, room 501.
    Free Access. French/English

  • HOW TO SOURCE ONLINE WITH PREMIERE VISION MARKETPLACE ?

    Première Vision continues its pioneering role by launching its Marketplace and presents this Ecommerce BtoB platform’s project.

    Thursday 20 Sept, Sport&Tech Area, Hall 6
    Free Entrance. English

     

*Please note: you must have a Première Vision Paris Pass to attend these events.

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