Discover the 7 universes of Première Vision New York
January: presentation of the Spring-Summer collections.
July: presentation of the Autumn-Winter collections.
Première Vision welcomes fibre producers, specialists in throwing and texturing, spinners and industry promotional organizations.
This most-upstream selection step in the textile chain is paramount. The fabric will take on its full dimension thanks to the yarns and fibres that go into it and lend it its creativity and its technology.
For whom? Weavers and knitters of value-added textiles.
Première Vision Fabrics brings together fabrics created, produced and marketed for the apparel markets: Print specialists, fancy fabrics, woollens and fake fur, high-end silkies, embroideries and lace, cotton shirt fabrics for the casual and city offer, structured fabrics for suits and tailoring, casual cottons and linens, performant fabrics and knits, lining specialists, representatives of the circular knits for the casual and sophisticated universe.
For whom? Designers, collection managers, in-house design offices for creative fashion brands and design studios from luxury houses, business leaders.
The sector involves unique trades and know-hows. Positioned on the high-end, Première Vision brings together a first-class offer with guaranteed traceability.
Tanners, tawers and manufacturers of fabrics for the leather goods and footwear markets, as well as leather trade federations and associations.
For whom? Stylists and designers from the major names in luxury goods as well as ready-to-wear, leather goods and footwear brands looking for high-quality leathers but also creative fabrics for accessories and manufacturers to make their collections of finished products.
The decoration offer from Première Vision exhibitors will personalize and lend distinction to buyers’ future collections: dresses, blouses, T-shirts, children’s clothing, lingerie, swimsuits, etc.
It brings together a rigorous selection of specialized international studios presenting their latest collections in textile design (patterns, motifs, knit ideas, ornamentation, vintage …). Buyers who come to do their sourcing discover the season’s trends and major themes in terms of decorations and patterns.
For whom? Representatives of fashion brands looking for the decorative inspiration of the season and exclusive patterns for their collections. Weavers from all fashion segments (tailoring, ready-to-wear, sportswear, mass-market and non-textile chains, franchises…) including weavers exhibiting at Fabrics.
This universe focuses on bringing together accessories and components for fashion and design that decorate clothing, footwear, leather goods, lingerie, etc. A broadly diversified offer that brings together a selection of buttons and buckles, embroideries and narrow laces, appliqués for ready-to-wear, leather goods and footwear, zips and metallic or plastic accessories, ribbons, sequins and sequined yarns … Components for fashion jewellery (rhinestones, chains, stones, etc.) and decorative accessories (laces, ornaments, leather or textile pieces), but also packaging manufacturers.
For whom? RTW brands, leather goods, footwear and jewellery brands looking for accessories and components.
Who? A selection of fashion manufacturers specialized in fluid garments, casualwear and citywear (Softwear sector), suits and jacket (Suitwear), cut and sewn knitwear (Tee’s & Co), shirtings (Shirts Up), and denim (Upper Jeanswear). There’s also an area for swimwear, outerwear and accessories (Special Skills). Knitters, machine makers and flat knitwear specialists. Specialized service providers (quality control) and promotional organizations.
For whom? Production managers and buying heads for fashion, lingerie, sports and accessories brands.
The exhibitors of this area offer recycled materials (fibers, fabrics…); organic and biological materials; the most traceable processes and materials; components and accessories; eco-responsible fibers; eco-designed textiles; alternative materials (to leather, synthetic fabrics…); eco-responsible tanning processes; environmentally friendly finishing processes; eco-responsible dyeing processes (waterless, technological, natural…); eco-responsible textile printing techniques; global circular approaches; fabrics with innovative properties; technologies from Fashion Tech, certification organizations, etc.