Paris Fashion Week opened on Monday 23 September, and the Première Classe, Woman, Tranoï and Splash trade shows will follow suit at the end of the week, attracting buyers who came to the French capital for the event.
Swedish fashion retailer Na-Kd has opened its first retail concession in France at Parisian department store Citadium. In parallel, the brand founded by Jarno Vanhatapio is about to launch a cosmetics line.
On Sunday, the Parisian trade show Who’s Next gave a platform to several change-makers for a conference on how brands can transition to become more eco-friendly which, it was agreed, requires a multipronged approach.
This weekend, at Who's Next in Paris, the French show organiser and Istituto Marangoni are launching a call for applications to Lab Scene, a mentoring programme that will support three emerging designers for a year.
A few months after the departure of David Hadida, French show organiser Tranoï has appointed a new president, Boris Provost, formerly with Who's Next and Reed Exhibitions, an expert in fashion and B2B events.
The international jewellery trade show Bijorhca is expecting nearly 12,000 visitors for its forthcoming edition, scheduled in Paris on September 6-9, and featuring a redesigned exhibition area with new sections.
Parisian trade show Who’s Next will see some new additions at its upcoming edition from September 6 to 9, including the launch of the fashion event 'Impact' and a partnership with Eurovet for resort wear.
In September, the organiser of Who’s Next will launch a new show, Impact, alongside its established one, bringing together the industry players that are driving the change towards a more responsible fashion.