Première Vision: British MillerainSubscription
Specialist in waxed, coated and laminated fabrics, British Millerain saw visitors from Europe, the US and Japan mostly, with its double-faced laminated fabrics the most popular.
Première Vision: Alexanders of ScotlandSubscription
Weaver of fine woollens Alexanders of Scotland returned to Première Vision after a two-year break.
Première Vision: Harris Tweed HebridesSubscription
The cachet of hand-woven, UK-made product still proved a draw at Harris Tweed Hebrides, where a steady flow of people - mainly from the UK, Germany, France and Japan - checked out its offer.
Première Vision: Stephen Walters and SonsSubscription
Silk weaver Stephen Walters and Sons welcomed a flurry of visitors to its stand, with buyers seeking out colourful and floral designs and structured options.
Première Vision: Joseph H ClissoldSubscription
British cloth manufacturer Joseph H Clissold felt demand rise for its priciest UK-made fabrics, noting that Première Vision is the show to visit for attracting new customers and building existing relationships.
Première Vision: Mallalieus of DelphSubscription
Woollen textile manufacturer Mallalieus of Delph described the first day of Première Vision as phenomenal, with managing director David Mallalieu welcoming mostly high-end British and European visitors including the likes of Balmain, Cacharel and Givenchy.
Première Vision: Laurent Garigue PartnershipSubscription
“It’s been fantastic. The best Première Vision I can remember since I was 16,” said owner Laurent Garigue of fabric manufacturer Laurent Garigue Partnership.
Première Vision: Denholme VelvetsSubscription
“There has been more of a buzz and there seems to be a lot more confidence about,” said Sam Boardman, managing director of velvet specialist Denholme Velvets.
Première Vision: Autumn 14Subscription
British fabrics were much in demand at the autumn 14 edition of this giant Paris exhibition.
Visitors on the up at Première VisionSubscription
Parisian textile show Première Vision saw a 14% rise in visitors as UK attendees increased this season.