The fashion industry met for the latest edition of Première Vision Paris at the Parc des Expositions, Paris Nord Villepinte, on February 7-9. A total of 34,548 visitors, including 70% international attendees from 118 countries, turned out to discover complementary, creative and renewed offers from 1,246 exhibitors for the Spring-Summer 24 season, representing increases of 48% compared to the July 2022 edition (23,377 visitors) and 62% versus the February 2022 edition (21,303 visitors).
The show, offering a wider range than ever of tools and services to guide brands and buyers in their search for suppliers, emphasised its position as a unifying platform for a fashion industry in search of inspiration and efficient sourcing solutions to produce creative, innovative and sustainably designed collections. During the exhibition, where Turkish textile companies also participated intensively, the Smart Creation area revealed highly popular, with its reinforced offer and a system designed to inform professionals better and provide them with concrete sustainable sourcing and production solutions.
Première Vision Paris will open new perspectives for the fashion industry with its July edition
It is stated that the commitments of Première Vision Paris will be put into action even more powerfully in the next edition, on July 4-6, 2023, to help the industry adapt to the international fashion market context and meet the challenges of the sector’s transformation. These include: To support the industry in its ecological transition and in the context of new environmental and social regulations; To respond to evolving sourcing behaviours and the needs of professionals, suppliers and buyers, while continuing to inspire, guide and stimulate them in their creative process.
To accompany those evolutions as closely as possible, PV Paris will offer a new, completely redesigned event organized around 4 main themes:
Eco-responsibility as the new paradigm at the heart of the show’s renewed positioning and offer, with clear and instructive guidelines designed to identify the most suitable suppliers in terms of environmental and social commitments.
A new layout for the PV Paris ‘city’ spread over 4 halls; a redesigned textile sector divided along several major geographical supply chain zones; and the creation of a HUB dedicated to innovation, sustainability, and digital technologies, with talks by expert speakers.
The (r)evolution of fashion information and trend forums, balancing inspirational standpoints and sourcing solutions.
A new service policy for buyers so their experience of the show is as clear and effortless as possible.