The fashion trade fair is making its physical comeback in NYC at the end of July, when it will welcome 67 international and domestic companies to its first in-person event since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Originally planned for August, the trade shows have been postponed to fall, with the Portland edition now set to run September 29 through 30, while the Boston event will take place October 4 through 5.
Paris’s Première Vision show will not be staged physically, but on February 15-19 it will hold a digital event featuring a revamped e-marketplace and several online debates with industry professionals and specialists.
The February session of Première Vision Paris once again won’t be staged physically, and will be replaced by a digital version scheduled on February 15-19, benefiting from several innovations in its e-marketplace.
Due to the health protection measures prompted by the Covid-19 crisis, the benchmark textile sourcing show scheduled on September 15-16 has been forced to cancel its physical edition, replacing it with a digital one.
The textile show organiser has been forced by the Covid-19 crisis to redirect Blossom and Denim PV exhibitors to the September Première Vision event Paris, while making its e-marketplace accessible free of charge.
Beginning in 2021, the textile and clothing event will be held from July 6-8, instead of in September. This change follows the new timeline for collections, its general manager revealed to FashionNetwork.
Parisian trade show Première Vision welcomed 56,154 visitors on September 17 to 19, at an edition centred on the issues of sustainability and innovation, and boosted by an intense conference programme.