After two seasons presented exclusively online at its Digital Shows, the leading upstream trade show for the international fashion industry is offering 2021 events in France, with two simultaneous and complementary events that will bring together players in the creative fashion industry, both physically and online, to meet up and get inspired. Here’s the Focus at Première Vision…
The physical show took place on 21, 22 & 23 September at the Parc des Expositions de Paris Nord-Villepinte, in compliance with current health and safety requirements.
756 companies presented their latest developments in yarns & fibres, fabrics, leathers, designs, accessories & components, eco-responsible innovations and ready-to-wear, accessories and footwear solutions, both physically at the show and online at the Market Place.
A complementary and international offering covering all the professions, segments and market levels of creative fashion, to give impetus to the construction of future collections of clothes, shoes and accessories for autumn winter 22-23.
A veritable observatory of creative fashion, Première Vision is at the heart of innovations in the fashion industry. One of the key and growing trends of recent years has been the development of a range of products that are increasingly committed to eco-responsibility.
This transformation will continue this coming season, with more and more creative and eco-responsible developments, integrated into all the professions presented at Première Vision Paris and for all markets.
Espace Airs de Paris
AIRS DE PARIS magazine once again collaborated with Bamboo Union to continue exploring the possibilities in sustainable fashion.
The Espace Airs de Paris was set up on the Bamboo Union stand. The vibrant bamboo forest symbolises the sustainable eco-fabrication system of Bamboo fibre. The blue sky and white clouds symbolise the Airs de Paris space for creativity and cultural diversity.
The stand has been designed like the living room of a house. The pure lines highlight the minimalist style of bamboo. The soft, natural tones give an impression of relaxation and calm, expressing a simple, easy lifestyle.
An exhibition: Sustainable Fashion
Airs de Paris magazine also teamed up with Imane Ayissi for a collection on the theme of Sustainable Fashion.
Imane Ayissi is a respectful designer. Highly sensitive to environmental and ethical issues, and a follower of ‘Slow-Fashion’, he is the only Franco-African haute couture designer on the Paris Fashion Week calendar.
The tradition of French Haute-Couture, his taste for contemporary art, and his dual French and African culture give Imane Ayissi’s creations a unique blend of cultures.
This collection for Airs de Paris is based on original models from Imane Ayissi’s Paris fashion show.
The plain colours express minimalism, while the check pattern symbolises the interconnection of cultures around the world.
A touch of painting by Jean-François Savornin offers warm, vivid colours, like the rays of the Provence sun!
During the 3 days
In this health crisis, creative and eco-responsible developments are emerging day by day? As a result, for 3 days, Bamboo union partners, manufacturers and designers from all over the world came to the stand to share their experiences in the field of sustainable fashion and to find opportunities for developing collaborations.
An exclusive meeting
Imane Ayissi and her partner Jean-Marc Chauve have come to discuss inventing fashion that is both creative and sustainable with artist Jean-François Savornin and other speakers.
Marco Severin and Massimiliano DANISI from Filofibra SA, Paola SANDOVAL, French correspondent for Fortune magazine, Henri MARTIN, from Lumière magazine, Fariza KHELIL, Purchasing Manager for Pierre Cardin, Virginie ZURFLUH, French stylist and Jean Fracois SAVORNIN were also present.
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