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Première Vision Pluriel expands its offer

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For the first time since the financial crisis, Première Vision will be welcoming over 700 exhibitors at its upcoming edition. In fact, 714 of them have confirmed their presence at the Villepinte exhibition centre, from September 20 to 22. With 23 companies exhibiting their collections for the first time, plus another 8 which will be returning after being absent for several sessions, this edition should see a 4.5% increase in the number of exhibitors.

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Maison d'Exceptions - a new space dedicated to "ultimate creativity" at Première Vision


But it is mainly the addition of a new “ultimate creativity” area which has grabbed everyone’s attention. Named ‘Maisons d’Exception’, the new space will bring together companies with innovative and exceptional know-how.

At the heart of the exhibition centre, Expofil will gather 43 exhibitors, which is also an increase in comparison to the 35 who came last year for this fair of yarns and fibres.

As for Indigo, this trade show of textile design and creation will be welcoming around 186 exhibitors in total (+15 than last year), of which 50 are attending the fair for the first time. In September 2010, Indigo had only registered around 15 first-comers.

For its 10th anniversary, Le Cuir à Paris is expecting around 12 new companies, mainly from Italy and the UK. In total, 356 suppliers have confirmed their presence at this leather and fur specialist show, against 330 last September.

ModAmont, the leading fair for the trimming and supplies market, will unite a total of 285 exhibitors. Thanks to the presence of 24 new brands, this September 2011 edition will showcase the collections of 30 more companies than 2010.

Dedicated to the manufacturing of ready-to-wear fashion for men, women and children, as well as bags and shoes, Zoom by Fatex is counting on the presence of 160 exhibitors, with 27 of them attending the show for the first time.

In September 2010, Première Vision Pluriel saw 61,440 visitors come through its doors, this registering a 10.04% growth in attendance.