After being held in Milan last October, the trade fair is now heading to Berlin for the first time on May 17 and 18, featuring 80 exhibitors at Arena Berlin and a digital trade fair running in parallel.
Lockdowns are being imposed again in large areas within China's main textile-producing provinces, raising concerns among producers and buyers about fresh sourcing difficulties, while prices are soaring across the board.
The textile/apparel show will feature 1,100 exhibitors, of which about 100 on its e-marketplace, for its Spring/Summer 2023 edition held with a redesigned lay-out at the Villepinte exhibition centre in Paris.
The Première Vision New York show will be held again at Center415 on Fifth Avenue on January 18-19. It isn’t yet a return to normalcy, though foreign buyers will be able to attend following the US borders’ reopening.
London-based designer Ifeanyi Okwuadi won the fashion prize hands down at the 36th edition of the French festival, which placed a strong emphasis on sustainability, while Capucine Huguet won the accessories prize.
The denim industry trade show is currently being held in Milan in a hybrid format, both in-person and online, with the exhibitors’ collections and the event’s scheduled conferences available in digital format.
The denim-only tradeshow has announced that, in light of current developments related to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, it is canceling this season’s New York event, originally scheduled for December 6-7.
Having seen a return to almost normal levels of activity in April, Shanghai's textile and apparel trade shows will hold their next editions, with appropriate health and safety measures, from August 25 to 27.