The French textile trade show selected the winners of its PV Awards this 15 September. Awards which, like the show itself, were restructured, with three awards for textile and leather trade professionals.
After having baptised all six of its trade shows, Première Vision Paris intends on making its September 2015 edition one of inter-show synergy. The event is set to bring together more than 1,900 exhibitors.
The Milan footwear trade show ended on Friday, recording a marked downturn with 30,801 visitors compared to 34,176 last year. The market crisis and the Russian situation have again caused show attendance to suffer.
From September 8th to 10th, Milan will welcome the 21st edition of the benchmark show for Italian textiles, unveiling an entirely new interior design for the occasion. 404 exhibitors and over 20,000 visitors are expected to attend.
This season's Who's Next/Première Classe trade fair in Paris has seen an seen an increase in visitors. The show ends on Monday but already there's been a great success. But the question of the multibrand retailer still looms.
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With a planned attendance of over 1,700 brands, the Paris show promises to be an event that will meet the expectations generated by its return to a September date, after the three previous editions were held in July.
From September 4th to 7th, Pavilion no. 5 of the Porte de Versailles exhibition centre in Paris welcomes Bijorhca: the trade show dedicated to fine, fashion jewellery and watches set to bring together 550 exhibitors.
As in the past, the CPM is being held on the same dates, or nearly, as Who's Next. Running from 2 to 5 September, the Moscow trade show will bring together around 1,000 brands, compared to 1,400 last year.