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THE AUTUMN WINTER 2012-13 SEASON
COLOURS
FABRIC HIGHLIGHTS BY STYLE UNIVERSE
THE 4 FASHION DIRECTIONS
MANTERO / JEAN COLONNA: A CREATIVE DUO
Première Vision
The World’s Premier Fabric ShowTM
from Tuesday 20 to Thursday 22 September 2011
Press kit June 2011
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A season to radically upset the proportions and
balance between colour and neutrality, rigour and folly,
rarity and profusion, edginess and timelessness.
A season to enter into with a new sense of freedom and chart new
ground with a nomad’s delight, a technician’s skill,
the fiery taste of innovation, the poetry of realism and the power
of imagination, marvelling at the delicious effervescence of discovery.
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COLOURS
The season propels colour into an absolute majority, and minimises neutrals.
Colour imposes itself as a means of creative expression, and a powerful source
of differentiation.
The range is articulated around 3 rhythms, each jolted by disruptive colours.
Between cold blood red and fired up orange, tones are deeply pigmented,
alternating in hot-colds, and revealing their vividness through contact with a total
neutral.
From just a bit pale khaki to gold silver beige, a biting and sulphurous light electrifies
a modulation of soft and substantial nuances.
From metallicised blue ray to radical crimson burgundy, intensely sober tones,
in deceptively serious combinations, flirt with the liveliness of a seductive pink.
With constructive confrontations in nuanced multi-colours, in fully-assumed
monochromes, in intimate trios, colour traces out the new pathways of Autumn
Winter 12 13.
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FABRIC HIGHLIGHTS by Style Universe
Caught up in motion, wool exerts its influence, in both chic-combed and relaxedcarded versions.
Fabrics adopt body and even weight, inventing an intense suppleness.
Knitwear expands its mutation towards structured but not stiff jackets and outerwear,
and extensibility is emphasised for more compact and malleable stretch products.
Active sports and sportswear use their powers to pull technicality in a modern
direction, while casualwear continues its quest for an everyday and unstructured
elegance, growing ever more refined.
Silks and decorations adopt colour with panache, playing with a warm rusticity.
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SEDUCTION the fancy and fluid universe
WELL DEFINED
Ultra precise: visuals adopt neat lines and colours. Geometry is all movement;
diagonal weaves and herringbones, lace and embroidery achieve a graphic rhythm.
Well-drawn florals: flowers and bouquets move away from pictorial gestures, coming
closer to contemporary illustration.
CONSISTENCY
Fluid thickness: silky crêpes and satins are intensified for an enrobing density.
Washings accentuate suppleness, yet preserve colour density. Lace patterns are full.
More stretch: Elasticity is heightened, to shape, sheathe and target new uses.
Tweeds and silks break free of tradition, growing more dynamic and drawing
inspiration from sports.
COSY RAWNESS
Sophisticated cardeds: thick wools, and tweedy, bouclé, slubbed fancy yarns lend
themselves to plays on colour for pieces at once spectacular and everyday.
Fanciful beasts: real or imaginary beasts and people are observed, detailed,
hybridised and classified with poetry and humour.
Modest fantasy: sumptuousness adopts a casual stance, tamed for day. Wear grows
more refined, lace and embroideries are blended inside fabric grounds. Sequins are
matte. Volumes are compressed through calenderings or fine waddings.
DISTURBED IDENTITIES
Style mixes: influences, eras, graphic styles and techniques are mixed but not
patchworked. Patterns are grafted onto each other, absorbing each other in truly
unique proposals.
Imitations: intentional confusions between weaves/prints, knits/wovens, material/
motif.
CONTEMPORARY SHINE
Glinting lights: coloured light accents are scattered in the heart of tweeds, silks and
knits in a spirit that’s more futuristic than festive.
Coloured metallics: smooth as the bodywork of a car, or darkly shot.
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DISTINCTION the elegant, formal and tailored universe
Boldness
Colour intensity: full-colour plains and compact flannels and gabardines grow more
saturated.
Tactile materiality: weights are increasing, along with a feeling of thickness...and ultra
supple behaviours. In shirtings, twills and satins combine density and suppleness.
High definition: herringbones, oxfords and knit stitches are clearly visible. Thicker
yarns or the illusion of thicker yarns trace out bird’s-eye weaves, huckaback and
two-tones.
TECHNICAL TURNS
Knit tailoring: doubles and milanos evolve towards a more supple compactness.
Wovens play on imitations with accentuated stretch.
Functional associations: suitings and performance fabrics intersect know-hows with
bondings, membranes and lighter and thinner waddings.
Modern handles: synthetics heighten their noble appeal, and naturals adopt a more
technical nature.
REVERSIBILITY
From coat weights to shirtings.
Double visuals: oppositions of plains and fancies, of intense colour and soft
blurriness, of small and large patterns.
Double sensations: contrasting compositions and textures, wool/synthetic, carded/
combed, dry/soft, diagonal/basketwoven. Separable doubles for highly specialised
garment manufacturing.
CASUALNESS
Softly bulky: puffed-up wools and cashmeres, airy feltings and light brushings, right
up to coat weights.
Washed: flannels, tweeds and shetlands are casualised through washings, overdyeings, and washout-able either in pieces or as finished garments.
Vegetal accent: linen or ramie blends offer a subtle lived-in aspect to combed or
carded wools, and enrich handles.
IMPERFECTION
Lively surfaces: fancy, knop, slubbed, printed yarns lend verve to coat, suit and shirt
fabrics.
Lively colour: colour instability is cultivated as an added-value targeting personalisation,
with wash-outable yarns, overprintings and overdyeings.
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RELAX the casualwear, sportswear and jeanswear universe
WOOL IMPACT
Chic wool aspects: sportswear welcomes a tailoring culture into its universe, with
cottons featuring suiting patterns and wool handles, or real combed wools infiltrating
blends and indigos.
Carded aspects: cardeds are essential for their simultaneously warm and low-key
nature, with decidedly sportswear finishings or knits that flirt with chunky-jumper
aspects.
HIGH-DESIGN FUNCTIONALS
Density and suppleness: compactness moves away from stiffness with dense and
ultra-supple cottons, either 100% or in synthetic or stretch blends, or washed without
being aged.
Extra-shorn velvets: velvets grow neater and firmer. They are thinned and flattened,
while firm moleskins and suede cloth adopt skin aspects.
Knit roundness: knits grow denser with doubles, fleeces and terries, growing more
sensual through viscose, wool or cashmere blends.
TONED-DOWN WEAR
Well mistreated: washings and washing-outs are calmed to lend a patina without
wearing out. Washing-outs and overdyes are nuanced, for rich and subtle visuals.
Indigos are engorged with colour.
NOTABLE BACKS
Colour verso: generating creations with carefully tended details, in denim, cotton,
or coatings.
Double faces: play around with functionalities, contrasts and fantasy. Technicality
joins forces with cosiness, while knits play on the contrast between smooth and rustic.
HARDY RESILIENCE
Sturdy shine: for sportswear that is both silky and virile, which showcases colour
leather aspects, waxes, resins and rubberised effects with matt gleam.
Massive decoration: heavy weights are generously decorated with partial scrapings,
damasks, jacquards and embossings, traced out in matt and semi-shine.
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PULSATION the sport, technical and performance universe
PERFORMANT WOOL
More and more subtly, wool moves into sport, from waterproof-coated featherweights
to multi-function bondings and membranes. Shetlands, Donegals and tweeds are
assembled with foamed or wadded interiors for softshells with a British look.
Wool/synthetic blends warm up technical knits and under garments, without losing
any of their cutting-edge functionality.
TRIPLE LIGHTNESS
Stretch multi-layers emerge as essentials in the sector.
Knit or woven, triple fabrics target a protective lightness, warmed up with microfleece, for cosy softness on the inside.
NEATNESS
Piqués, embossings and honeycombs target hyper-regularity. Ripstops precisely
cross-rule featherweights. Readability is emphasised by dense mattness and perfectly
plain colourways.
LIGHT
Satin gleam: smooth shine is exacerbated, avoiding showiness, with suave and
high-resistant satins.
Metal shine: aluminium is combined with colour, metal creates the shine of auto
bodywork.
Reflectors: light-emitting fluorescence, phosphorescence and reflectives.
Fabrics to see and be seen, for safety or just for fun.
FANTASY
Futuristic one-offs: innovation and imperfection ring out without contradiction,
irregularities are expressly cultivated, to move towards products that are never totally
identical, with non-uniform - but fast - dyes on bondings or plain windbreakers.
Waterproof fancies: waterproof coatings and treatments open up fantasy products
to new uses, while high-performant products venture out into real fashion territory
and visuals.
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The 4 Fashion Directions
A glimpse at the four fashion themes to discover at the September show,
new fashion trajectories destined to give creative shape to autumn winter 1213.
UNCOMPROMISING
Moving into colour with a keen sense of proportion, allying the low-key and the bold,
density and suppleness. Enhancing and beautifying textures to evoke tactile emotions,
purifying patterns for more graphically radical expressions.
FRIVOLOUSLY
Adventuring off into festive, sexy fashions, joyously liberated from traditional day/night
or dressy/relaxed apparel codes. Emphasising fluidity and stretch, for a glamorous
or athletic sophistication, playing on the ambiguity between feathers and animal furs,
blending periods and styles through anachronistic details.
MODESTLY
Situating casual fashions in a less rural, more decorated universe. Refining, ennobling
raw aspects and cardeds, combining a sportswear hardiness with an ornamental
richness, magnifying decorations with a lived-in aspect.
CROSSOVER
Opening up to fashion that is participatory, and ready for a collective dialogue and
exchange that transcends borders.
Melding citywear and active sports, web culture and urban folklore, ultra-fashionability
and eco-responsibility.
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Mantero / Jean Colonna:
a creative duo
In February 2011, Première Vision called upon renowned designer Jean Colonna
to create the outfit worn by the 150 hostesses at the show. True to his «radical chic»
style, Jean Colonna created a very feminine and sexy black mesh sweater dress,
made from a top-range knit fabric by Marioboselli Yarns & Jersey, using an avantgarde thermo-welding technique developed by Bond Factory.
Influenced by the AW1213 season, the outfit has now been customized through
a special collaboration between Jean Colonna and the House of Mantero, a leading
global player in creative and innovative silk weaving. The fruitful meeting of the
Como-based silk weaver and the Parisian designer gave birth to a new «essential
accessory,» resulting from the quest for an original and relevant product envisioned
and designed by Mantero.
Neither scarf nor collar, this piece of silk, like a piece of jewellery, updates the longlined silhouette. A «snood» made of three strips of silk in the key colours of the
season, interlaced and sewn together to gracefully adorn the hostesses’ necklines,
it brings just one of Mantero’s many know-hows to Première Vision’s
international audience.
Besides, this exclusive design will be available at all Première Vision sales points.
A collector’s item!
Mantero: textile excellence
Via Volta 74, IT 22100 Como / T. + (39) 031 3211 / www.mantero.com / [email protected]
For the past 100 years, some four generations of Como silk makers have been weaving the
most prestigious yarns for fabrics and accessories that have acquired an international renown.
These unique designs and prints - combining cutting-edge technology, artisanal know-how
and ongoing reasearch into colour - are found in luxury boutiques and on catwalks throughout
the world. A company driven by a single inspiration: «textile excellence»!
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2 . BETTING ON ULTIMATE CREATIVITY
3 . MAISON D’EXCEPTIONS: AN ANTIDOTE TO STANDARDIZATION
6 . ROLAND MOURET NAMED PRESIDENT OF THE JURY
FOR THE 2011 PV AWARDS
8 . THE PREMIÈRE VISION PRIZE AT THE 2011 HYÈRES FESTIVAL:
FOR WINNER CÉLINE MÉTEIL, THE ADVENTURE CONTINUES
IN NEW YORK AND PARIS
9 . PV GLOBAL MEETINGS: THE ANNUAL MEETINGS
OF THE INTERNATIONAL TEXTILE/FASHION INDUSTRY
10 . 31 NEW EXHIBITORS
16 . EXHIBITORS IN FIGURES
17 . PLURIEL EXPERTS TRAILS: EASY CARE + EVENING & PARTY
18 . UPCOMING RENDEZ-VOUS
Première Vision
The World’s Premier Fabric ShowTM
from Tuesday 20 to Thursday 22 September 2011
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Betting on ultimate creativity
Who better to express the creative vitality and force of the textile/fashion universe than
its most cutting-edge component? Première Vision, which addresses all fashion markets,
is convinced of this, and has thus opted to develop a number of initiatives dealing with
its most creative segment.
Making its appearance for the first time at the September 2011 show will be the Maison
d’Exceptions. This new area will bring together companies with rare and exceptional
know-how, companies - few in number throughout the world - that have mastered
outstanding manufacturing techniques. Brilliance, virtuosity, matchless skill: such
superlatives come immediately to mind in describing these companies’ products,
unquestionably representing the utmost in creativity. Whether firmly established or
of a more recent vintage, these businesses are precious and recognised by the entire
creative chain of production.
Creativity is also the focus of the PV Awards, celebrating their third edition this
September. Once again, they will be spotlighting remarkable creations - often insufficiently
recognised by fashion experts - that are developed by Première Vision exhibitors.
Whether in terms of aspects, handles, innovation or imagination, weavers give birth season
after season to astonishing fabrics, providing the raw material for breathtaking designs.
With the PV Awards, Première Vision aims to strengthen the value and renown of this
creativity.
Meanwhile, targeting the future of creativity, the Première Vision Prize, introduced this
year at the Hyères Festival of Fashion and Photography, awards a rising young fashion
talent. With this prize, Première Vision stands alongside young designers, bringing them
more than merely financial support. By welcoming the finalists to the show, Première Vision
facilitates encounters - so essential and yet often so difficult to arrive at - between young
talents and fabric and fashion suppliers. By exhibiting the winner’s designs at its New York
show and in a pop-up shop at the Paris show, Première Vision lends the winner an international visibility, and a springboard for further development.
More information on these various initiatives can be found in the following pages.
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Maison d’Exceptions: an antidote to standardization
Today, the added-value of high-end brands - beyond creativity, quality or service provided
to consumers - needs to expand into a cultural dimension, by building bridges to values
linked to history, the arts, culture and local specificities.
Product creativity is a real tool in achieving differentiation, and the creativity of a product
goes hand-in-hand with the know-how used in its design.
Artisanal and traditional crafts are thus of economic and commercial importance for the
sector.
It is precisely to meet this new need that Première Vision, which has been working for over
a year on the project, has decided to include, for the first time at the September 2011 show,
an offer centred around know-how: the Maison d’Exceptions.
The aim is to foster links between craft and industry by offering brands the opportunity
to stand out and assert their cultural particularities. How? By turning to unique pieces
or limited editions created in collaboration with workshops with a mastery of exceptional
techniques or know-how in the textile sector.
These craftsmen - whether weavers, embroiderers or lace-makers; Italian, French or
Japanese; specialised in ancestral techniques or innovative ones - can at the same time
further or increase their business by expanding their visibility and the scope of their
collaborations.
For this first edition, the Maison d’Exceptions will bring together 12 companies, all chosen
on the advice of a Steering Committee composed of international luxury and couture experts.
A set of premium services will be featured at the space.
Buyers will be greeted by a concierge, and entry will be selective, by invitation only,
addressed to a selection of designers and luxury and upscale brands.
The designer Eric Benqué designed an original display for the space, with very clean furniture
lines playing on wood, grey and white.
Below, a list of participating companies:
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Ancestral techniques:
Atelier National du point d’Alençon (France)
Since 1974, this body has been overseen by the French government. It takes seven hours
to make 1-square centimetre of this traditional lace. Today, only seven people have the
mastery to employ this traditional technique. «Point d’Alencon» handcrafted lace has been
included by Unesco on the World Heritage List.
Fondazione Arte della Seta Lisio (Italy)
Founded in 1906 in Florence, the Giuseppe Lisio company became a foundation in 1971.
It houses important archives of antique fabrics and wood looms from the 19th century.
Its three main business axes are education, the transmission of know-how and production.
Partners with brands such as Cartier, Gucci, Fendi, Versace, and Ferragamo.
HTH Bucol (France)
Already a Première Vision exhibitor, HTH Bucol will be presenting their «velours au sabre»,
made using an antique method of manufacturing velvet which was on the cusp of
disappearing. The help of Hermès has allowed this last existing company using this
technique to now pass on its know-how.
Okujun (Japan)
Founded in 1907, Okujun brings together a number of craftsmen who produce the silk
fabric known by the name of «Yuki Tsumugi.» The «Honba Yuki Tsumugi» is made from
silk yarn spun by hand.
Unesco has included this technique on the World Heritage List.
Contemporary techniques
Anne Gelbard (France)
Anne Gelbard is a textile designer who founded her studio in Paris in 1998. She has
collaborated with Balmain, Balenciaga, Dior, Givenchy, Tod’s and Roger Vivier. Flat-screen
printing, hand painting, finishings, precious appliqués of gold leaf and metal, novel
applications.
Atelier JP Ollier (France)
Textile design including hand-painting, textile finishings and surface treatment addedvalue, including manipulation, application, incrustation. Studio in Paris. Has collaborated
with luxury houses in France (Dior, Louis Vuitton, Givenchy and others ) and Italy
(Valentino).
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Côme Touvay (France)
Côme Touvay is a textile designer who established his design studio in Paris in 1999.
He has collaborated with fashion houses (Rochas) and trend bureaus, as well as with
Renault on an ecological car project. He has also researched the weaving of plants,
creating mini textiles of linen made from a variety of fine tropical twigs.
Daniel Henry (Belgium)
A textile designer with a degree from La Cambre, Daniel Henry founded his studio in 2002
in Tournai and has collaborated with Nina Ricci, Rochas and Maison Martin Margiela.
Screen prints, shibori dyes, airbrush techniques, vegetal and animal burnt-outs, coatings
and sequin flocking.
Il Borgo Fantasie in Maglia Snc (Italy)
This company specialised in artisanal knitting was founded in 1949. Today the third
generation is working on preserving knit-stitch know-how and various techniques.
Yushisha (Japan)
This small artisanal Japanese company, founded in 1880, still produces an antique fabric
called «Fujifu,» which is made from silk and wistaria stems.
Nishiyama Sangyo Kaihatsu (Japan)
This Japanese company produces Ushikubi Pongee Silk, the silk used to make kimonos.
It is woven on traditional looms.
Techniques of tomorrow
Janaina Milheiro (France)
A young textile designer who studied weaving and embroidery at the École Duperré
and ENSCI in Paris. This year feathers are a principal focus of her work. A young talent
to keep an eye on.
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Roland Mouret named president of the jury
for the 2011 PV Awards
The floor-length vibrant purple gown worn by Uma Thurman to this year’s Cannes Film
Festival? His. That was his. The red dress sculpting Scarlett Johansson’s curves for
a VIP event in Santa Monica last April? His again. His dresses, worn by the world’s
biggest stars, combine a uniquely masterful cut and drape. Roland Mouret, a French
designer based in London for the past twenty years, has been named president of the
jury for the 2011 PV Awards.
To help him select the prize winners and nominees, Roland Mouret will be assisted by
an international jury composed of renowned fashion industry pros:
Zhou Hong, chief designer, Dalian Sunfed Int’l Group (China); Francesco Bova,
Fabric Research & Development Manager, Valentino (Italy); Brigitte Comazzi,
Creative Director, Comptoir des Cotonniers (France); Marie-Christine Rousseau,
Purchasing Manager, Agnès b. (France); Tony Delcampe, Head of La Cambre-mode
(Belgium); Céline Méteil, designer, winner of the Première Vision Prize at Hyères
(France).
Intended to reward and distinguish the most creative fabrics from the show’s weavers,
the PV Awards, now in their 3rd edition, include four prize categories:
# The Grand Jury Prize, for the season’s most exceptional fabric,
# Handle Prize, for the fabric with the most astonishing tactile and behavioural
qualities.
# Innovation Prize, for the most innovative, technological and creative fabric.
# Imagination Prize, for the most daring, most surprising fabric in terms of material,
technique, decoration or finishings.
Calendar for the 2011 PV Awards:
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arly September, the jury will get together for the first time. Its mission will be to
select the most outstanding creations of the Première Vision weavers, from among
the fabrics chosen by the Fashion Team for the show’s forums (Autumn Winter
2012-13 collections).
The approximately 100 fabrics nominated for the 2011 PV Awards will be specially
showcased, marked by a special label, in the show’s General Forum.
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hursday 22 September, in the morning, the jury will meet once again to deliberate
and choose the prize winners.
# Thursday 22 September, at noon in the show’s General Forum: Roland Mouret,
jury president, will publicly announce the 2011 winners.
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Created in 2009 by Première Vision, the World’s Premier Fabric Show, the PV Awards
were created to showcase and reward textile excellence.
The 2009 PV Awards, presided over by Véronique Nichanian, director of menswear
fashions at Hermès, awarded fabrics by Ratti (Grand Jury Prize 2009), Showa
(Handle Prize 2009), Iwanaka (Innovation Prize 2009) and Jakob Schlaepfer
(Imagination Prize 2009).
In 2010, under the presidency of Ennio Capasa, founder and creative director of
Costume National, the PV Awards jury gave awards to: Lanificio Luigi Ricceri
(Grand Jury Prize 2010), Marioboselli Yarns & Jersey (Handle Prize 2010),
Schoeller Textil (Innovation Prize 2010), K .Line Co. Ltd (Imagination Prize 2010)
and Nikke - The Japan Wool Textile Co. Ltd. (Special Woolmark Prize 2010).
Follow the PV Awards at www.premierevision.com
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Première Vision prize at the 2011 Hyères Festival:
for winner Céline Méteil, the adventure continues
in New York and Paris
In 2011, for the first time, a Première Vision Prize was awarded at the Hyères
International Festival of Fashion and Photography. By becoming a partner to this
event, Première Vision made clear its intentions to support young designers, those
budding fashion talents behind the fashions of tomorrow, helping them to develop
useful contacts with the best there is in textile creativity.
Première Vision’s support goes beyond the 10,000 euro prize money that accompanies
the Première Vision Prize. The World’s Première Fabric Show means to fully commit itself
alongside the winner, in a more comprehensive promotion of this new talent.
Thus Céline Méteil, winner of the 2011 Première Vision Prize, will be there in person
at Première Vision Preview New York next 13 and 14 July. She will be showing several
of her designs. This is a chace for the young designer to meet North American fashion
pros and journalists and introduce them to her work.
The exhibit, which will also present a creation by each of the ten finalists in the Hyères
Fashion Competition, will be inaugurated 13 July.
The next step will be Première Vision Paris, from 20 - 22 September, which will be
featuring a special area dedicated to Céline Méteil. Within this pop-up shop,
the Plié-Backstage collection she presented at the Hyères Festival will occupy
a central space.
Alongside the 7 models for which Céline Méteil was awarded two prizes (the Première
Vision Prize and the Prix du Public), the young designer will be presenting the earliest
developments from her new collection, demonstrating that, while jaconas remains
her favourite fabric and sobriety remains her signature, she also knows how to use
more precious fabrics and play with colours. This can be seen in her use of
contemporary lace in pink fuchsia and orange tones from French lacemaker
Sophie Hallette, and a navy jersey with remarkable fall and drape from Italian
knitter TESJ.
At the pop-up shop, she will be presenting bi-textile tops showcasing the fabrics
of these two Première Vision exhibitors, who provided their support for the Hyères
Festival competition.
These designs are limited editions, created especially for the Première Vision public,
to lend a special note to cutting-edge outfits or sophisticated casualwear.
Céline Méteil pop-up shop, hall 6 south.
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PV Global Meetings: the annual meetings
of the international textile/fashion industry
Friday, 17 February 2012: a date to mark now on all agendas. The day of the first
PV Global Meetings, the annual meeting of the international textile/fashion industry.
Through this new event, Première Vision aims to provoke reflection and high-level
discussions touching on key issues related to economic news and strategic marketing
in the industry.
For one day (the day after Première Vision, as an extension of business and business
discussions at the show), the PV Global Meetings will bring together decision-makers
from across the textile/fashion sector from around the world - business executives,
managers, experts, opinion leaders and media representatives.
The program includes plenary lectures, debates and focuses on the «hot» topics of
the day, led by speakers of international stature.
A day to take stock, exchange crucial information, provide new insights, and broach
innovative perspectives for the strategic management of companies in the world of
textile and fashion.
To organise this event, Première Vision is partnering with the IFM (French Institute of
Fashion), whose director general Dominique Jacomet will chair the Scientific Council.
Operational organisation has been entrusted to Package, a specialist in international
conferences.
The themes of this first edition of the PV Global Meetings will be announced in the
fall. Registration will be open at the same time. A dedicated website will also be made
available to participants to prepare and round-out discussions before and after the
event.
The PV Global Meetings will be held in the heart of Paris, in the historic and
prestigious rooms of the Palais Brongniart, formerly home to the French Stock
Exchange.
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Première Vision shows growth,
welcomes 31 new exhibitors
For this second 2011 edition, Première Vision’s indicators are positive, and cause
for optimism. Three months before the show, 714 companies have confirmed their
presence, an increase of 4,5% over the September 2010 session.
Another positive indicator is that many weavers have sought to increase their stand
surface, a sign that that they are betting both on the event and on increased business
discussions and sales activity during the three days of the upcoming Paris show.
Among the exhibitors who will be presenting their autumn winter 2012-13 collections,
23 will be new to the show, while 8 are returning after several sessions of absence.
In all, 31 weavers, from all style universes, will be enriching the multi-specialty offer of
the World’s Premier Fabric Show.
Among them are significant and symbolic brands, including, from Italy, Guabello,
Marlane, Tallia di Delfino (Biella Manifatture Tessili, Marzotto Group). Joining them are
luxury brands: Incalpaca from Peru, John Foster from Great Britain, and, from Japan,
Hayazen and Premium Linen by Tamurakoma, and Ja Fabric by Takisada Nagoya.
As well as Tessilclub from Italy, a must for designers.
Below, a list of the 31 newcomers, presented by style universe and sector. For more
specific information about their specific products and skills, log-on to our website:
http://www.premierevision.com/en/Visit/Exhibitors-and-map/New-exhibitors
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Distinction / Suitings
ARCHE SRL
Via Scarpettini, 316 - IT Montemurlo / T. (39) 0574 062917 / [email protected]
Sophisticated blends and unusual behaviours for a new everyday look.
MARZOTTO GROUP
The strengthening of the European textile leader with the arrival of the 3 prestigious
brands of its top-range men’s suiting sector:
GUABELLO, DIV. DI BIELLA MANIFATTURE TESSILI SPA (Marzotto Group)
ViaTuratti, 16/18 – IT 20121 MILANO / T. (39)015 2565111 / [email protected] / www.guabello.it
MARLANE, DIV. DI BIELLA MANIFATTURE TESSILI SPA (Marzotto Group)
Via Monticello 79/A - IT 13888 MONGRADO (BI) /T. (39)015 2565200
[email protected] / www. marlane.it
TALLIA DI DELFINO, DIV. DI BIELLA MANIFATTURE TESSILI SPA (Marzotto Group)
Regione Valtrucco, 9 – IT 13823 STRONA (BI) / T. (39) 015 742 76 04
[email protected] / www.tallia-delfino.com
CARREMAN
234 avenue George Alquier – FR 81100 CASTRES / T. + 33 (0) 5 63 72 62 62 / [email protected]
The return of one of the major French wool weaver, and a very strong exporter.
JOHN FOSTER
Unit 25, Black Dyke Mills, Queensbury – GB Bradford BD13 1QA / T. (44)1274 885800
[email protected] / www.john-foster.co.uk
This British wool weaver returns to Première Vision with fabrics in superfine noble
fibres for men’s suitings.
LANDINI SRL
Via Brescia, 10 – IT 59013 Montemurlo / T. (39 ) 0574 655 181 / [email protected] / www.landinitessuti.it
A small and dynamic family business, strongly committed to quality and made-in-Italy
service.
PREMIUM LINEN by TAMURAKOMA
3-9 Azuchimachi 3 Chome, Chuo-Ku – JP 541 8580 Osaka / T. 81 (0)6 6268 7176
[email protected] tamurakoma.co.jp / www.tamurakoma.co.jp
Exceptional developments in top-range linen and linen/cashmere to discover.
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RICCIARINI TESSILE
Via T. Edison, 19 - IT 52100 Arezzo / T. (39) 0575 984116 / [email protected] / www.ricciarini.it
From top-range woollens to knits, 3 different product lines, each highly original.
Distinction / Wool fabrics
ALA CAMPOLMI INDUSTRIE TESSILI SRL
Via Venezia, 34 - IT 59013 Oste Montemurlo (PO) / T. (39)0574 683194 / [email protected]
Starring bold blends and ready-to-dye developments for a casual chic.
INCALPACA
Calle Condor #100, Urb. Tahuaycani, Sachaca - PE AREQUIPA / T. (51) 54 603000
[email protected] / www.incalpaca.com
The return to Paris of a major Peruvian specialist in that very specific luxury fibre: alpaca.
JA FABRIC BY TAKISADA NAGOYA
2-13-19 Nishiki Naka-Ku - JP 4608667 Nagoya Aichi / T. (81) 052 201 0707
[email protected] / www.takisada-nagoya.jp
A new, fully innovative and sophisticated line drawing on remarkable Japanese
know-how, by one of the biggest names in the country.
Relax / Cotton-type
ALTOTEKS KUMAS PAZARLAMA TIC. A.S.
Keresteciler Sit., Mehmet Akif Cad., Sedir Sok., No: 7 6 – TR 34171 Merter-Istanbul
T. (90) 212 637 34 36 / [email protected] / www.altotekskumas.com
A specific sportswear range with high added-value dyes and finishes.
MEGAPLAST DIS TICARET VE PAZARLAMA LTD STI
Istanbul Deri Org San Bol Yan San Alani YB 59 Parsel – TR 34957 Aydinli – Tuzla
T. (90) 216 591 0020 / [email protected] / www.megaplast.com.tr
Strong points at this imitation-leather specialist are the hold of the coatings
and the suppleness of the products.
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Relax / Colour-wovens
FABRICA DE TECIDOS VILARINHO
Rua Da Fundicao 163 – PT 4795-792 Vilarinho STS / T. (351) 253 489720
[email protected] / www.vilarinho.pt
A company specialised in shirtings and overshirt weights for winter.
Relax / Knits
DJIC LIMITED 3F & 7F-1, N°12., Sec.3, Min Chuan E.Rd. - TW 104 Taïpei / T. (886) 2 25164766
[email protected] /www.djic.com.tw
Remarkable expertise in knits for lingerie and homewear.
ARULA TEXTILE SOLUTIONS
Exerzierplatz 1, AT – 6841 Mäder / T. (43) 5523 505 6606 / [email protected]
www.huber-tricot.com / www.arula-textile.com
A major name in the lingerie and undergarment universe.
Seduction / Wool fabrics
GROUPAGE BY TESSILCLUB
Via Guido Rossa - IT 59045 Carmignano / T. (39) 0558 710 067 / [email protected]
A new line from an indispensable partner to the world’s leading fashion designers.
HAYAZEN
44 Kazeta Okucho - JP Ichinomiya-City, Aichi / T. (81) 586 624168
[email protected] / www.hayazen.co.jp
A unique expertise in weaving rare and noble fibres.
LANIFICIO T.LINE
Via Croce Rossa, 27 – IT 59100 PRATO / T. (39) 0574 814660
[email protected] / www.lanificiotline.com
Indispensable for coats, from pure cashmere to techno wools.
MANIFATTURA TESSILE NEW LINE SRL
Via Galcianese 99/1 – IT 59100 Prato / T. (39)0574 35330 / [email protected]
A diversified range with a large place given to carded and recycled wools.
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ÖZLEM KUMAŞ SAN TİC LTD ŞTİ
Tekstilkent, Koza PLaza, B blok, 31. Kat - TR 34235 Esenler-Istanbul / T. (90) 212 438 5 438
[email protected] / www.ozlemkumas.com
Plentiful research and fantasy in finishings for a collection of woollen fabrics.
Seduction / Silks
ESTREMA SRL
Via Sabadell, 143 – IT 59100 Prato / T. (39)0574 562 876 / [email protected]
Plain or fancy silks, for day and night dressing.
Seduction / Knits
CELIKTAS TEKSTIL TIC. VE SAN. LTD. STI.
Ikitelli Org. San. Bol. Ataturk Bulvari Haseyad Koop, 2 Kisim n°108 A Ikitelli – TR 34306 Istanbul
+T. (90) 212 549 8868 / [email protected] / www. celiktastekstil.com
Specialising in fancy fluid jacquard knits, with ever-updated surfaces and aspects.
FORDIANI RICCARDO
Via G. Ristori 34/36 – IT 59100 Prato / T. (39) 0574 24 703 / [email protected]
A particular attention to the choice of sophisticated yarns, including developments in
organic cotton, nettle and algae.
NESATEX
Via Pacinotti 3 - IT 41012 Carpi (MO) / T. (39) 059 685 448 / [email protected] / www.nesatex.it
The plusses of this collection include delicate finishings, varied densities, and ultra-fine
gauges.
RAW TEX GROUP SRL
Via E. Montale, 20 - IT 41016 Rovereto Sul Secchia (MO) / T. (39) 059 672 538 / [email protected]
From tee-shirt weights to dresses and sweat shirts, knits with sophisticated compositions.
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Seduction / Prints
ARELLA & C
P.zza Collegio Cairoli, 3 – IT 27100 Pavia / T. (39) 038 226 026 / [email protected]
Top-range prints achieved through digital or traditional printing.
INNOTEX
Mühlenstrasse 7 - DE 09669 Frankenberg / T. (49) 037206 5009-0 / [email protected]
A large range of prints featuring a variety of inspirations with co-ordinated plains.
Pulsation / Knits
FUKUI TATEAMI
519-3, 3 Chome, Nishikaihotsu, Fukui-Shi – JP 910-9512 Fukui / T. (81) 0776 54 3602
[email protected] / www.fukutate.co.jp
A matchless specialist in raschel double knits for active sports, and an industry leader
in Japan.
Pulsation / Technical fabrics
SINGTEX INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD.
N° 10 Wuquan 2nd Road, Xinzhuang Dist. - TW 24892 Xinbei City / T. (886) 2 8512 7888
[email protected] / www.singtex.com
Developments at the very cutting-edge of innovation (such as using coffee grounds)
for outdoor sports.
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Exhibitors in figures 20 June 2011
maison
seduction distinction
relax
pulsation d’exceptionsothers TOTAL
GERMANY 7661-323
AUSTRIA
531- - -9
BELGIUM
1-211-5
BRAZIL
1-2--14
BULGARIA -2----2
CHINA
131- - -5
SOUTH KOREA8-68-123
SPAIN
1178--228
FRANCE
536153 61295
GREECE
--1---1
HONG KONG --1---1
INDIA
21----3
IRELAND
1-----1
ITALY
188
8241828329
JAPAN
157623-33
LITHUANIA -13---4
MAURITIUS --1---1
MEXICO
-2----2
NETHERLANDS--1---1
PERU
-1----1
PORTUGAL 2119 2 - 125
CZECH REP. -11---2
UNITED KINGDOM
10
202--436
RUSSIA
--1---1
SLOVENIA --1---1
SWEDEN
---1--1
SWITZERLAND6-11--8
TAIWAN --57--12
TURKEY
131723 - - 1 54
USA
11---13
TOTAL
325171138 34 12 34 714
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easy care + evening & party
The two Pluriel Experts Trails of the season
Highly effective buying-guides for buyers, real promotional tools for exhibitors: each
season, The Pluriel Experts Trails mark out specific themes through the six Première
Vision Pluriel shows.
In September 2011, they focus on two very current, though very different, themes in
our wardrobes.
easy care, will showcase the skills of Première Vision Pluriel exhibitors at the service
of easy-going fashion that’s easy to care for.
Techniques and processes in yarns, fabrics, leathers, accessories and garments to say
no to ironing and put an end to washing and dry cleaning constraints.
Yes to machine washable leathers and suits, no to shrunken jumpers!
Yes to fashion, comfort and convenience with the Pluriel Experts Easy Care Trail!
evening & party, meanwhile, leads us on a journey through the festive, the
ceremonial, the exceptional. Whether for red carpet silhouettes or more informal looks
destined to strike a fabulous or eccentric note, just follow the Evening & Party trail.
A trail to discover exceptional yarns, dazzling patterns, and virtuoso fabrics. Dream
ingredients destined to bedazzle - from plain and decorated leathers and accessories,
to furs and details that are composed, embroidered, appliqué, perfectly calibrated.
To learn which exhibitors figure in the Pluriel Experts
Trails and plan their visit well in advance, buyers
can log-on to www.premierevision.com as of early
July.
At the show, Pluriel Experts Trails exhibitors are
found in the Map/Guide, available at the show’s
many information areas.
Finally, exhibitors participating in the trails also have
a special pictogram on their stands’ namesigns.
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Upcoming rendez-vous
Autumn Winter 2012-13 fashion season
remière Vision Preview New York
P
13 - 14 July 2011 / www.premierevision-newyork.com
remière Brasil / Sao Paulo
P
20 - 21 July 2011 / www.premierebrasil.biz
irection by Indigo / New York
D
2 - 3 August 2011 / www.directionshow.com
Indigo Maison / Bruxelles
13 - 15 September 2011 / www.indigo-salon.com
remière Vision / Première Vision Pluriel Paris
P
Parc d’Expositions de Paris-Nord Villepinte
20 - 22 September 2011 / www.premierevision.com
P
remière Vision Moscow
5 - 6 October 2011 / www.premierevision.ru
P
remière Vision China / Shanghai
20 - 21 October 2011 / www.premierevision.cn
Spring Summer 2013 fashion season
enim by Première Vision / Paris, Halle Freyssinet
D
30 November - 1st December 2011 / www.denimbypremierevision.com
In 2012
remière Vision / Expofil / Indigo Mode
P
Parc d’Expositions de Paris-Nord Villepinte
14 - 16 February 2012
www.premierevision.com / www.expofil.com / www.indigo-salon.com
remière Vision / Expofil / Indigo Mode
P
Parc d’Expositions de Paris-Nord Villepinte
from Wednesday 19 To Friday 21 September 2012
www.premierevision.com / www.expofil.com / www.indigo-salon.com
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