Denim Première Vision returns to the Arena Berlin at the end of May
Denim Première Vision will take place in the Arena Berlin again this year. On May 31 and June 1, 65 exhibitors from the denim industry, including weavers, garment makers, washers, finishers, accessory manufacturers and technology developers, from 15 countries will present their latest denim creations for Autumn/Winter 2024/2025.
Last year, Denim Première Vision celebrated its premiere in Berlin, and shortly afterwards announced its return to the capital for its 2023 edition. Visitors can expect to see exhibitors from Italy, Japan, Portugal, Turkey, Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt, China, India, Pakistan, Mauritius, Bangladesh, Hong Kong, Germany and Switzerland.
The participating exhibitors include brands such as Isko, Bossa Denim, Ribbontex, Advance Denim, Sharabati Denim, Fashionart, M&J Group, Square Denims, Kurabo Industries, Pacific Jeans LTD, Indigo Textile, Chottani Industries, Calik Denim, Fabritex and Bluesign.
The exhibiting companies were chosen for their creativity, their capacity for innovation as well as for their environmentally conscious commitment, explains the organiser. The brands offer "a more transparent, environmentally and people-friendly denim, both in terms of production processes and products," according to Denim Première Vision.
A diverse range of offers complements the Berlin edition of the fair. Such as the Trend Forum, for which Dutch designer Rikkert Paauw will decode the denim trends for Autumn/Winter 2024/2025 using selected fabrics, accessories and finished products.
Lorenza Martello, denim product manager in the show's fashion team, will offer guided tours of the Trend Forum "to explain all the season's new products, key trends and the latest eco-friendly innovations." The tours will be offered in English, German and Italian.
Martello will also be hosting a fashion seminar on both days to help buyers and designers shape their denim collections.
The programme also includes six conferences, a roundtable discussion with experts and brands, an exhibitor pitch and a fashion seminar discussing the most important seasonal trends.
As part of Denim Fashion District #3, 15 ready-to-wear and accessories brands will present their capsule collections developed in collaboration with the show's exhibitors, including: Leon Emanuel, Fade Out Label, Therapy Berlin or Resap Paris.
Denim Première Vision has also launched the Première Vintage Market in collaboration with Cristian Murianni from the Denim Institute Milano. In this concept, a selection of vintage denim pieces from international showrooms will be offered for sale.
The second Berlin edition will be celebrated with The Denim PV X Isko Pink Party, hosted in partnership with Turkish denim manufacturer Isko on the opening day at the Arena Berlin.
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