Première Vision 2020 dates confirmed supplemented by a digital fair
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As of 1st of September, events of more than 5,000 people should be allowed in France. As a result, Première Vision confirmed that its flagship event dedicated to creative fashion, Première Vision Paris, will be held from 15 to 17 September at the Parc des Expositions de Paris Nord Villepinte.
The physical show has been adapted to the current health situation. However, for the first time, it will be boosted by a complementary Digital Fair taking place over the same dates. The aim of this virtual show is to increase the visibility of the exhibitors’ offer to a broader target of international buyers.
This event aims to mobilise the entire international fashion industry, and above all boost the sector’s recovery.
Physical event now confirmed
The Première Vision Paris show at the Parc des Expositions de Paris Nord Villepinte will be organised in a format adapted to the health and safety protocols required by the authorities. It is designed to promote business development and facilitate meetings between buyers and exhibitors:
Ensured health safety for all: digital badges, distribution of disinfectant gel and masks, a revised layout of the spaces to guarantee social distancing, traffic flow management, etc.
A complementary selective offer – yarns and fibres, fabrics, leathers, accessories and components, textile designs, fashion manufacturing.
Multimedia fashion forums: immersive and sensory spaces to find inspiration and discover the Autumn Winter 21-22 season, colour and material trends, exhibitors’ new products selected by the Première Vision fashion team…
The entirety of the autumn winter 21-22 collections presented at the exhibitors’ stands.
A more concentrated seminar program.
Free access to the show and seminars for all visitors pre-registering before 31 August.
Given the risk that travel and meeting restrictions may continue to be required in September for international companies, the Première Vision Marketplace will host a new event on the same dates as the show: the Digital Fair.
Designed as a complement to the physical show, the Digital Fair will focus on a programme of content, services and digital tools developed to promote exhibitors’ collections to an extensive network of international buyers.