The main event in North America for fashion professionals​

The main event in North America for fashion professionals​

Program

NEW VENUE: CENTER415 5th Ave (Bet 37 & 38th Streets)

Tuesday January 21th, 2020

  • 9:30-10:30 am - Exhibitors’ pitches

    Bischoff Gamma, Achille Valera LissoniHaiteng Plush, Lanificio Subalpino, Verne et Clet, Solstiss, Vostex

    Get an overview of the offer by taking part in a series of pitches. Discover in a few minutes the new products of our exhibitors.

    Free Access 

  • 10:30 am - S1 - Trend Tasting New York Spring Summer 21: Season & Colors Highlights

    Lucie JeannotPremière Vision

    Complete information about the season and its color moods and exclusive combinations by markets and key products. An exclusive seminar only available at the Première Vision New York show. From global influences to key products, fabrics, accessories and printed designs. Dedicate to the US Market and an exclusive preview of the Première Vision Marketplace selection.  Directly drawn from the show offer, the international collaborations and the Premiere Vision Marketplace.
    A tool designed to perfectly complement your purchase of the color card and increase its effectiveness.  (Color Card not included) Specific color combinations by market, to give you a practical information to build up your collections.

    A specific and complimentary downloadable memo recapping the presentation is made available to all participants.

    Get your ticket on-site.

  • 11:30 am - The future of sustainable materials by Vogue Business

    Hana Kajimura – head of sustainability at Allbirds

    Megan Meiklejohn – sustainable materials and transparency lead at Eileen Fisher

    Talk moderated by Hilary Milnes Features Editor at Vogue Business.

    What apparel is made of matters. Today’s most innovative brands are developing alternatives to popular but environmentally harmful materials and using recycled fabrics to cut back on waste in a bid to be more sustainable. Reforming production processes isn’t easy – the brands that do it best have sustainably minded missions built into their core ethos. From these industry leaders, brand executives can learn what it takes to improve the materials they use in their supply chains, how much they can expect it to cost and what the long-term implications are for practices like eliminating plastic and upcycling used garments.

    Free Access 

  • 1:00 pm - S2 - Trend Tasting Smart & Fashion

    Annabelle Villot-Malka – Première Vision

    Eco-responsibility is a sweeping movement spanning the entire value chain, from design to consumption.
    A unique presentation to help you decode existing creative and eco-responsible materials and material inputs by product destination to help you design your collections. Targeted and effective presentations for a deeper understanding of the values underlying contemporary fashion: creation, innovation and responsibility.

    Get your ticket on-site.

  • 2.00 pm Fashion 3.0 : From sourcing to prototyping, ready for all digital ?

    Ryan Teng – VP of Business development at CLO Virtual Fashion

    Gael Séguillon – Première Vision Marketplace Director

    Revolutionize your sourcing and design process with digital solution

    • Gael Séguillon will present the Marketplace Première Vision for a sourcing online experience
    • Ryan Teng will explain how to use a true-to-life 3D garment simulation.

    To get faster, increase accuracy, shorten your calendar, and expand your design capability.

    Free Access 

  • 3:00 pm Smart Talk: Smart technology for valuable end of life

    Cyndi Rhoades – CEO, WornAgain

    With tons of clothing ending up in landfills or not being recycled there is a fantastic opportunity to use these massive volume of textiles and bring them back into the supply chain. New technologies are offering solutions to improve clothes end of lives, allow for a revaluation of the fabrics, help to dismantle the product or have a better follow up of the recycling. How can these issues and opportunities can be taken into account from the raw material and manufacturing level? What are the new solutions available and the issues the can generate (chemicals, addition of connected elements to the fabrics and finished products).

    Free Access 

  • 4:00 pm Smart talk: Labor conditions and technology

    Antoine Heuty, CEO and Founder of Ulula

    Human rights and labor conditions should be at the heart of fashion brands sustainability and responsbility strategies. But monitoring, evaluatating and de-risking can be hard to achieve with a fragmented fashion supply chain. Workers voice tools and technology platform can achieve this prevent risk and empower stakholders to make supply chains more transparent and responsible while unlockihg value creation opportunities. Conversation with Antoine Heuty, CEO and Founder of Ulula to understand what’s at stake and what solutions are available on the market.

    Free Access 

Wednesday January 22th, 2020

  • 10:30 - S3 - Trend Tasting New York Spring Summer 21: Season & Colors Highlights

    Lucie JeannotPremière Vision

    Complete information about the season and its color moods and exclusive combinations by markets and key products. An exclusive seminar only available at the Première Vision New York show. From global influences to key products, fabrics, accessories and printed designs. Dedicate to the US Market and an exclusive preview of the Première Vision Marketplace selection.  Directly drawn from the show offer, the international collaborations and the Premiere Vision Marketplace.
    A tool designed to perfectly complement your purchase of the color card and increase its effectiveness.  (Color Card not included) Specific color combinations by market, to give you a practical information to build up your collections.

    A specific and complimentary downloadable memo recapping the presentation is made available to all participants.

    Get your ticket on-site.

  • 11:30 am -12:30 pm - Exhibitors’ pitches

    Toschi Passamanerie, Asahi Kasei CorporationKBCDebs, Shingora, Induo

    Get an overview of the offer by taking part in a series of pitches. Discover in a few minutes the new products of our exhibitors.

    Free Access 

     

  • 1:00 pm - S4 - Trend Tasting Smart & Fashion

    Annabelle Villot-Malka – Première Vision

    Eco-responsibility is a sweeping movement spanning the entire value chain, from design to consumption.
    A unique presentation to help you decode existing creative and eco-responsible materials and material inputs by product destination to help you design your collections. Targeted and effective presentations for a deeper understanding of the values underlying contemporary fashion: creation, innovation and responsibility.

    Get your ticket on-site.

  • 2:00 pm - Smart Creation : The central role of Certification labels and new technologies in the improvement of fashion supply chains

    Natasha Franck – CEO – EON

    Leo Bonnani – CEO – Sourcemap

    Chris Morrison – CEO – Transparency One

    Talk moderated by Pierre-Nicolas Hurstel CEO & Co-Founder Arianee Founder & Curator Foundashion

    Certification labels, supported by new technologies and IoT have a major role to play in the transformation of the fashion supply chain. Not only can they help fashion brands and retailers understand what they can do better but they are independant players who can gain back the trust of the final consumers. How is this landscape evolving? What new solutions are available on the market? What is required for brands and suppliers who want to be certified?

    • Current landscape of certification labels, systems and technologies
    • Focus on innovations supporting certification processes or labels
    • Alternative solutions

    Free Access 

  • 3:00 pm - Smart Creation: Know-how and raw materials role in offering consumption alternatives

    Tara St James founder of Re:Source Library

    Pierre-Nicolas Hurstel CEO & Co-Founder Arianee Founder & Curator Foundashion

    At a time when climate change poses extreme threats to our lives, consumers are urged to change the way they buy fashion. Fast fashion bashing is one thing and second hand is rising but fashion brands have the option to position themselves differently and offer products that can last longer. Ancestral and innovative know hows as well as high quality raw materials are key elements to this kind of offering. What is the role of the upstream part of the industry in pushing brands to design and produce products that last? What exceptional know-hows and raw materials can contribute to this? What scalability? What is the impact of the price pressure?

    Focus on the importance of fabrics and manufacturing in the production of clothes that last.

    Free Access