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Premiere Vision

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  • Premiere Vision

    Positivity rules at busy Premiere VisionSubscription

    The autumn 14 edition of Paris textile trade show Premiere Vision got off to a positive start this week, with exhibitors hailing it the best show to date.

  • textprint

    Nominees announced for Texprint Programme 2013Subscription

    The Texprint Programme unveiled its nominees for the 2013 competition yesterday (July 10), with a breakfast presentation of this year’s 24 designers.

  • Ian Wright

    Fashion’s future is written in the fabricsSubscription

    I appreciate I’ve been a proper bore about how uninspiring I’ve found the seemingly eternally popular heritage trend, but when putting together this season’s performance special it brought into sharp focus just how old-fashioned the tweedathon is looking.

  • Duksung

    Première Vision: Everyday techSubscription

    Première Vision always has its technical fabrics section, but this season textiles with a hidden functionality were seen across many stands.

  • Italiana Tessuti

    Première Vision: Perfect perforations Subscription

    Continuing the featherweight and airy fabrics theme for spring 14, perforations featured in a number of ways.

  • Weft

    Première Vision: Earthy texturesSubscription

    Earthy, dry textures and sand-like fabric finishes were another key story at Première Vision.

  • Lanificio Di Sordevolo

    Première Vision: Natural versus SyntheticSubscription

    Double-faced bondings and blends are nothing new, but the amount of split-personality creations on offer, including coated and fused styles, made this a trend to watch out for.

  • Teseo

    Première Vision: Unexpected stripesSubscription

    The Breton is a summer stripe that crops up every year, but designs spotted at Première Vision took it in an altogether more interesting direction.

  • Kokka

    Première Vision: Modern floralsSubscription

    Another perennial spring trend received an update, as floral prints morphed and merged into fresh variations.

  • Ones 1872

    Première Vision: TribalSubscription

    Variations on tribal-inspired geometric patterns and prints were noticeable on many of the stands at this year’s show, in an array of styles for all markets.

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