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Oct 18, 2021

A return to the physical show for this edition with a concentrated and reduced format with exhibitors and a less international audience than usual. A digital version of the show was held in parallel during the same week.

The priority is put on eco-responsibility through a very developed and educational general forum, another forum presented the details and prints of the season.

Our experts give you an extract of their analysis of the show! The full report is available on Peclers+

COLOR HIGHLIGHTS

  • Woody colors, from vegetal greens to reds and ochres
  • Warm and velvety browns
  • Intense technicolors: reds, fuchsia, blues, frog greens, yellows and flaming oranges

SUSTAINABLE ABOVE ALL!

Everyone is doing it, it has become unavoidable, initiatives are developing in many directions. What we retained:

  • The requirement of traceability
  • The new fibers
  • Water and pollution management
  • Recycling

ULTRA SENSORY COMFORT

Generous and frothy curls.

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LANIFICIO FAISA
FORDIANI RICCARDO
LANIFICIO NELLO GORI
VELCOREX

Chiseled sponges for new reliefs.

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A.SAMPAOIS & FILHOS
FABRICS ASLITEKS
GUIGOU
WALTEX TRICOT MANUFACTURE

DAILY FESTIVE

Graphic metallics.

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ER-EZ DOKUMA KUMAS TEKSTIL
CARLO POZZI
WORKINGMENBLUES
TISSAGE DENIS & FILS

Fancy bangs & furs

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CARLO POZZI
GRATACOS
HUREL

CHIC RUSTICS

Softened naturals.

CANGLIOLI 1859
CANGIOLI 1859
RUFFO COLI TESSUTI

Scrambled jerseys.

FAB YARN CLARIAUSE
FIDDLE
FILASA PICTURE

In addition to the physical edition of Première Vision Paris, the digital edition was held from September 20 to 24. Yvonne Debruyn, Fashion & Style Consulting Director hosted a digital talk “No creativity without a purpose!”. If you miss it, you can now (re)discover it in replay!

Faced with an uncertain future, we all need to concretely and effectively rethink the world of tomorrow, by coming up with ethical, aesthetic and ecological solutions focused on a better way of life.

Yvonne Debruyn, Fashion & Style Consulting Director shared the FW22-23 trends and helped you discover:

  • Which aesthetic choices to make for Autumn Winter 22-23?
  • How to do better with less by combining utility and functionality with charm and surprise?
  • How to rethink what already exists without renouncing the past?

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