Denim Première Vision, the international itinerant denim trade show, will head back to Milan’s Superstudio Più, on November 23 and 24, 2022.


For its 15th year edition, it will host a selective offer from over 66 exhibitors of leaders in the global creative denim industry, from 14 countries - including Italy, Japan, Spain, Turkey, Morocco, Bangladesh and Pakistan presenting their s/s 2024 collections.


The show will present a selective offer from over 66 exhibitors, from 14 countries - including Italy, Japan, Spain, Turkey, Morocco, Bangladesh and Pakistan - to partner and support the development and creation of the s/s 2024 collections.


Among exhibitors of this edition there will be Isko, Kurabo, Kassim Denim, Kuroki, Realteks, Ribbontex, Fabritex, Bossa Denim, Chottani Industries, Calik Denim, Fashionart, Officna39, Velcorex, Maritas Denim, Cadica, Evlox, Pacific Jeans, Tintes Egara, Komet Metal and more.


Along with the traditional presence of exhibitors, meetings and networking, Denim PV will host a new and vast program of talks by exhibitors and experts regarding industry challenges on topics including sustainability, digitization, production, among others.

A past edition of Denim PV
Photo: Denim Premiere Vision
A past edition of Denim PV

Wednesday, 23 November

-12.30PM: Turning to denim during times of uncertainty
Speaking: Nia Silva, Fashion Snoops

- 2PM: Denim Fashion Seminar: Denim trends for s/s 2024
Speaking: Lorenza Martello, denim fashion specialist, Premiere Vision

- 3.30PM: Digital Humanism: Phygital collection 2.0 by Calik Denim x Jeanologia
Speaking: Cigdem Kacar, product marketing manager, Calik Denim; Amor Cardona, Brainbox, Jeanologia


- 4.30PM: How is Made in Italy facing present and future challenges?
Speakers: Matteo Marzotto, entrepreneur and president, Minerva Hub; Andrea Rambaldi, founder, Fashion Art; Carlo Parisatto, chief marketing officer and commercial director, Cadica; Ugo Ghilardi, CEO, Itema Group
Moderating: Maria Cristina Pavarini, senior features editor international, The SPIN OFF/Textil Wirtschaft

Denim PV round table speakers
Photo: Denim Premiere Vision
Denim PV round table speakers
- From 6PM: Wine & Cheese - Isko x Denim PV Party


Thursday, 24 November

- 11AM: Denim Fashion Seminar: Denim trends for s/s 2024
Speaking: Lorenza Martello, denim fashion specialist, Premiere Vision


- 12PM: Exhibitor: Isko - The Value of education. The Bridge toward a better industry
Speaking: Marco Lucietti, Sanko Holding/Isko Division-La Sapienza University; Romana Andò, Sapienza University; Alessandro Bondavalli, merchandising director apparel, Guess
Moderating: Piegiorgio Dal Santo, Padoa University-CUOA BuSIness School

- 1PM: Good thoughts, good words, good jeans?
Speaking: Andrea Rosso, sustainability ambassador, Diesel; Caterina Tonda, material Innovation Lab specialist, Kering
Moderating: Christian Layolle, sustainability advisor and co-founder, Anima


- 2PM: Exhibitor Pitch: Sharabati Denim: Recycling is saving and saving is sustainability's base
Speaking: Alessandro Moretti Ciacci, sales and marketing director and Ghayth Miro Sharabati Denim, global quality director


- 3PM: Exhibitor Pitch: Bossa Sustainable
Speaking: Besim Özek, Strategy and business development director, Bossa


Completing the program’s event will be workshops and special events, aimed to better understand the inspiration and the techniques behind working with denim.


The Indigo Eden collection
Initiated by Alessio Berto, the Indigo Eden project aims to create a zero impact capsule collection in collaboration between creative minds and companies committed to eco-responsibility. The five silhouettes of the collection will be exhibited in a dedicated space at the next Denim PV show in Milan.


Archives exhibition
The Italian group WP Lavori in Corso, founded in 1982 in Bologna, has chosen the Denim Première Vision show to exhibit the archives of its ready-to-wear and accessories collections on the occasion of its 40th anniversary. An exhibition to be held in a dedicated space at the show.


Organic cotton made in Italy
Discover the story of 100% organic, fair trade and CO2 neutral Sicilian cotton through an exhibition prepared by Cotone Organico Sicilia, an organic farm specialised in the culture and processing of cotton in Sicily.


The experience of handweaving
Founded in 1895, Tessitura La Colombina is a company that hand weaves fabrics on ancient looms. Visitors will be able to practice their hand loom skills and create their own denim fabric with the expert advice of the company.


The art of dyeing
During the show, visitors will be able to participate in a collaborative textile design workshop and will be able to participate a dyeing experience by Emina Batik and Tintes Egara on a fabric woven by Tessitura La Colombina along with the support of denim designer Stefano Aldighieri.


More initiatives...
A story of circular economy will be presented with the Aborigeni Mezzadri photo exhibition, the “Denim then and now”, an installation by Officina+39, Prosperity Textile and Bluesign, along with the Rewind project, and the Calik Installation.


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