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From 2-4 July 2024, Première Vision Paris, the international event for sustainable and creative fashion professionals, is back at the Parc des Expositions at Paris Nord Villepinte.

29th May 2024

Knitting Industry
 |  Paris

Knitted Outerwear

Visitors coming to find inspiration, share ideas, and build their coming collections of ready-to-wear, accessories (fashion jewellery and leather goods) and footwear will discover the Autumn-Winter 25-26 collections from over 920 international exhibitors (spinners, knitters, weavers, tanners, textile designers, accessories makers, garment manufacturers) from some 40 countries, including Italy, France, Spain, Portugal, Japan, UK, Belgium, South Korea, Turkey, China, and more.

As a leading organizer of international events for the textile, leather and apparel industry, Première Vision offers an extensive range of programs and solutions designed to support the entire industry, foster business discussion, promote and accompany the transition to a more sustainable fashion industry, encourage digitalisation, and of course support the development of ever more innovative collections.

Business: Selectivity, Hosted Guests, Matchmaking, PV Cube

Première Vision Paris is the international hub of the creative fashion industry, distinguished by its:

- Selectivity: the exhibitor selection committee brings together Première Vision experts with industry manufacturers and buyers, and plays a crucial role in maintaining a coherent, high-quality offer reflecting the diversity of the market - from large distribution to luxury.

- Singularity, as an event offering a cross-sector range of products, including Yarns, Fabrics, Designs, Leather, Accessories, Manufacturing. Adding to this comprehensive offer are innovative universes such as Deadstock and Smart Creation (innovation, eco- design, tech).

Exhibitors currently registered for July 2024: 434 Fabrics, 202 Manufacturing, 50 Designs, 66 Leather, 115 Accessories, 25 Yarns and 33 Smart Creation exhibitors.

Première Vision is bolstering its initiatives by confirming new investments and partnerships, and renewing its business support programs for the July 2024 edition of Première Vision Paris.

Launched at PV Paris in February 2024, the Hosted Guest program was a resounding success, bringing together no fewer than 194 global personalities. Renewed for the July 2024 edition, this initiative, once again supported by the GL events Group in the amount of €1 million, not only strengthens key links within the industry, but also enables the development of strategic partnerships.

© Première Vision Paris

This large-scale initiative is complemented by the new Export program run by Business France, the National Agency in charge of internationalizing French companies, which is mobilizing its international network of experts as part of the «Export Starts in France» initiative. This government-subsidized program helps to finance the visits of key foreign decision makers to France, and to organize genuine export business meetings between buyers and French companies.

The Matchmaking program has also been renewed. Introduced in early 2024, it paved the way for unique collaborative opportunities by arranging 587 meetings between exhibitors and brands.

“The Spring-Summer 25 edition was rich in encounters and discoveries, and the diversity of exhibitors let me target my choices for the new IRO Menswear collection,” says Laurent Schneider, Senior Menswear Designer - IRO.


For personalised, more confidential assistance in the sourcing process, visitors from luxury brands can make an appointment at the PV CUBE with a Première Vision fashion expert. They will then enjoy a tailor-made experience and access to 300 fabric samples and 50 new leathers among the season’s most emblematic.

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