Drapers brings you the pick of the new fabrics and fibre innovations on offer for spring 18 at Paris trade show Première Vision
Fresh spring 18 colours pop at Première VisionSubscription
Acid green and shocking fuchsia sat alongside heady mauve, morning blue, salmon pink and air grey in the trend area of the spring 18 edition of Paris textile trade show Première Vision, heralding a new mood of optimism and energy for the season ahead.
Back in Paris with new features, Denim Première Vision offered the latest fabrics and sustainability initiatives designed to make denim stand out
The autumn 17 edition of Première Vision Paris drew the crowds to view the newest textiles and prints
Brands out in force at Première VisionSubscription
It was a busy three days at textile show Première Vision Paris, which took place on 13-15 September.
Spring 17 Paris textile shows: What you need to know Subscription
The mood was upbeat and positive at Parisian textile shows Première Vision Paris (February 16-18) and Texworld (February 15-18), with hordes of visitors making their way to the French capital to view the latest fabrics for spring 17. Drapers rounds up the key cloths catching visitors’ attention in Paris.
Upbeat start to Paris textile showsSubscription
Economic uncertainty and terror fears failed to dampen the mood on the first day of Première Vision Paris (PV), with the textile show on track to attract 58,000 visitors across its three days (February 16-18).
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From modern tweeds to exotic screenprints, Drapers highlights key fabric producers to seek out at Paris textile show Première Vision at Parc d’Expositions on February 16-18
From double-size birdseye checks and snowboard denim to micro sequins and metallic threads, Drapers rounds up fabric trends from the autumn 16 editions of Paris exhibitions Première Vision (September 15-17) and Texworld (September 14-17).
Video: Why LFW designer Christopher Raeburn loves wool VideoSubscription
Speaking at international textile exhibition Première Vision, London Fashion Week designer Christopher Raeburn discusses working with merino wool for his latest spring 16 collection, in particular to boost his knitwear line. He is joined by The Woolmark Company’s chief strategy and marketing officer Rob Langtry, who talks about the latest trends in wool including the demand for ‘athleisure’ garments.