Première Vision Paris: 34,550 visitors gathered for Spring/Summer 2024
The Parisian textile-clothing event held in Villepinte from February 7 to 9 attracted 34,550 visitors, 70% of whom came from abroad. A 62% increase in attendance, compared to February 2021, a gradual rise towards pre-crisis levels, while the organiser is making changes to its offer for the next edition in July.
This Spring/Summer 2024 edition brought together 1,246 exhibitors. There was mainly a mix of French, Italian and British professionals, but also Turkish, Spanish, German, Dutch, Belgian and Portuguese. More distant sponsor countries such as the USA, China, South Korea, Japan, India and Switzerland were also represented.
For the first time, the show offered a Smart Tech area, created within the Smart Creation zone to bring together technological and digital solutions to accompany the ecological and digital transitions of the sector. Exhibitors were also able to welcome twenty of the thirty finalists of the Hyères International Fashion, Photography and Accessories Festival, who were invited to Villepinte for the event.
Among the many conferences and round tables that punctuated the show, the French Fashion Institute unveiled the conclusions of a survey highlighting the transformations in international clothing sourcing in recent seasons. In particular, it put into perspective the strong American imports of Asian products, which have been a driving force in the global recovery. While French principals have tended to take refuge in long-term orders.
Première Vision will hold its show dedicated to Made in France French manufacturers on March 29 and 30 at the Carreau du Temple (Paris IIIe). It will be followed by Première Shenzhen, from April 26 to 28, then by the PV Denim event, which will be held in Berlin from May 31 May to June 1.
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