Creativity and Culture

2022 PV:  Together for tomorrow


Faced with the major challenges of our time,  the current pandemic and the war in Ukraine, we urgently need to work together for tomorrow, to imagine new ways of living and to define new objectives.

For Première Vision Paris in July 2022, Airs de Paris magazine and Bamboo Union are collaborating once again.

On 5, 6 and 7 July, Première Vision Paris inaugurated its new calendar with a summer edition dedicated to the Autumn-Winter 23-24 collections. On the programme for this new forward-looking event: a creative offering from over 1,100 international exhibitors and a reinforced commitment to eco-responsibility.


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Exhibition: sustainable fashion


Imane Ayissi is the first designer from sub-Saharan Africa to join the Haute Couture club in Paris. Highly sensitive to environmental and ethical issues, and a follower of “Slow-fashion”, Imane Ayissi uses very natural materials in her creations that have a low impact on the environment.

Curious and daring, Imane was also the first designer to use bamboo fibre during Paris Fashion Week. He was awarded the Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres in January this year. This exhibition is a tribute to him.

Creativity is an important form of expression for the younger generation. IFA Paris’ pedagogical approach encourages students to follow a path of personal and professional discovery, enabling them to transcend norms and become unique industry leaders.

This exhibition also features a special work by Nora, a Swiss student at IFA Paris. With the help of her teacher, she has attempted to reinterpret bamboo fabric using traditional American techniques. A network of bold and innovative forms reminds us of a contemporary society full of connections.


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Two young artists, Jeansy and Lindsay, tell the story of bamboo fibre production through their work and remind us of the importance of sustainable development…


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An Arab dress and an African dress are made by the French atelier Coup De Pouce. The Chinese brand Liyihan invents Western-style clothing. Each garment expresses the evolution and cross-fertilisation of human civilisation, reflecting the spirit of the present day, when Eastern and Western civilisations have in fact never been separate, but have influenced and complemented each other.

On 6 July, a 100% bamboo fibre shirt from the house of Pierre Cardin was integrated into the exhibition to express their commitment to the path of ecological change.


Workshop: More responsible fashion


The unstable international situation has had economic consequences that have had an impact on consumers. The fashion industry is experiencing supply difficulties and facing unprecedented increases in the price of raw materials and energy.

To take part in this movement towards more responsible and ethical fashion, Airs de Paris magazine is inviting fashion professionals to a workshop on the theme of ‘More Responsible Fashion’ on 6 July. The workshop will be led by Paola Sandoval, correspondent for Forbes Latin America and Honorary President of the Association de la Presse Étrangère en France, with the participation of Gian Paola GIANNOTTI, Head of Design at Pierre Cardin ; Marco Severin, Commercial Director of Filofibra ; Ceyda ÖÇALAN, Director of Ceyteks ;

Jade Wang, Business Development Manager and Head of Première Vision Shenzhen ; Michel Richard, Co-founder Waro ; Adrien Dierckens, Head of Business and Projects NEOMA Confucius Institute for Business ; Juhua CUI, Employee-Doctorate in Management Sciences Luxurynsight.


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