Key spring 19 fabric trends at Première VisionSubscription
Ocean aquatics, mutant florals and strong stripes are among the notable fabric trends from the spring 19 edition of Paris trade show Première Vision.
Comment: Warm reception for chilly Première Vision Subscription
Drapers braves a snowy Paris to report on the latest trends from the spring 19 edition of textile fair Première Vision.
Gilles Lasbordes, managing director of Première Vision, talks to Drapers about the autumn 18 edition, which took place on 19-21 September.
Eerie imaginings at Première Vision autumn 18Subscription
The sun shone on visitors as they made their way along the long path to the entrance of Parc des Expositions for the autumn 18 edition of Parisian textile fair Première Vision on 19-21 September.
Drapers took to the aisles of Paris textile trade show Première Vision, asking the big question of whether prices are rising for retailers.
The spring 18 edition of Première Vision combined a popping colour palette with fibre innovations and fabric developments
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).
Textiles Special 2016: Première Vision preview Subscription
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.
The first day of autumn 16 edition of textile exhibition Première Vision in Paris (September 15-17) kicked off to a strong start, with a surge of visitors from China and the Far East.
Video: Première Vision spring 16VideoSubscription
Drapers catches up with exhibitors and visitors at Première Vision (February 10-12) to find out about the key fabric trends for spring 16 and what continues to draw them to Paris for Europe’s essential textile show.
Spring 16: Première Vision roundupSubscription
The crème de la crème of fabric manufacturers put on a show at the latest edition of Première Vision in Paris.
Optimism prevails at Paris fabric fairsSubscription
Business picked up at Paris textiles fairs Première Vision and Texworld towards the end of yesterday and the mood was optimistic, despite concerns about the impact changes to Greek austerity measures could have on the euro and ongoing issues in Russia.
UK mills exhibiting at the Paris textile show on September 16-18 were encouraged by the ongoing popularity of Made in Britain fabrics.
Première Vision Spring 15 Subscription
Healthy buyer numbers left Première Vision exhibitors upbeat, with UK textiles popular.
Première Vision’s fashion director Pascaline Wilhelm predicts the top trend directions for next season.
Première Vision Spring 15 - Buyer quotesSubscription
Buyer quotes from Première Vision.
Premiere Vision's UK visitor numbers climbSubscription
Visitor numbers at Parisian fabric trade show Premiere Vision rose this season, with UK buyer numbers also up.
Today, Première Vision is the must-attend event for the international fashion industry.
Première Vision: How was it for you?Subscription
Buyers thoughts on the autumn 14 edition.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Première Vision: Perfect perforations Subscription
Continuing the featherweight and airy fabrics theme for spring 14, perforations featured in a number of ways.
Première Vision: Earthy texturesSubscription
Earthy, dry textures and sand-like fabric finishes were another key story at Première Vision.
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.
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.
Première Vision: Modern floralsSubscription
Another perennial spring trend received an update, as floral prints morphed and merged into fresh variations.
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.