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Premiere Vision

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  • Joules spring 14

    Première Vision: How was it for you?Subscription

    Buyers thoughts on the autumn 14 edition.

  • 1 The Grand Jury Prize: Komatsu Seiren, Japan

    Première Vision: PV Award winnersSubscription

    Last week’s show also saw the fifth annual PV Awards, a celebration of new innovations and creative boundary-pushing in the world of textiles.

  • Henry Bertrand

    Première Vision: Henry BertrandSubscription

    Supplier of luxury silks Henry Bertrand had a successful show, taking orders on much of its offer but with no clear trends emerging.

  • British Millerain

    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.

  • Alexanders of Scotland

    Première Vision: Alexanders of ScotlandSubscription

    Weaver of fine woollens Alexanders of Scotland returned to Première Vision after a two-year break.

  • Harris Tweed Hebrides

    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.

  • Stephen Walters and Sons

    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.

  • Joseph H Clissold

    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.

  • Mallalieus of Delph

    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.

  • Laurent Garigue Partnership

    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.

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