The fair confirmed the lively recovery of the beachwear and underwear compartments and the renewed interest in buying European quality fabrics.
Exhibitors will display the latest machinery and equipment, with a focus on hosiery and knitting machinery and related products.
The show presented a rich offer of textiles and materials, including yarns and fibres, fabrics, accessories, denim, and textile designs.
In line with its international shows, all six Paris shows will now become Première Vision Paris, the global event for fashion industry professionals.
Sustainability Days were a highlight at Texworld with seven lectures dedicated to sustainable development topics held in the two days it took place.
According to organisers, the rise in the exhibitors and visitors numbers confirms the movement in fashion consumption in Europe.
With this new brand policy, Première Vision aims to strengthen the international appeal and help make visits more efficient by optimising visitor traffic.
As Premiere Vision kicks of in Paris this morning, knitwear designers, developers and manufacturers will be showing their wares at the show's 5th Knitwear Solutions exhibition.
Each season, the international show exhibits a broad and diversified offer of fibres and yarns for weaving and circular knits.
Texworld will host an exhibition of collections by the winners of the latest Dinard International Festival of Young Fashion Designers.