While Denim Premiere Vision is getting ready to take place from 31st May to June 1st in Berlin, at Arena Berlin, discover what's next and all the hottest novelties from the upcoming trade shows including, Future Fabrics Expo, Milano Unica, Munich Fabric Start, Premiere Vision, Texworld and White Resort.
White will be back in Milan within the same days of Milan menswear shows from 18 to 20 June at Base, former Ansaldo spaces, in Via Tortona 54, with a new format–White Resort.
The new event will be dedicated to research collections for summer holidays and relaxation. It will present a 'showcase' of international brands selected according to White's criteria and characterised by product quality, sustainability, a balance between creativity and wearability, and qualified distribution.
The show will present apparel and accessory lines in a design hub, specially designed by Massimiliano Bizzi and dedicated to a sophisticated and glamorous holiday mood.
In addition to resort wear, in all its declinations, it will also host collections dedicated to the beachwear segment. They will be innovative and refined creations, made with unusual materials and color combinations, characterised by new fits and aesthetic canons.
On offer will be garments to be worn on various occasions of the day, whose characteristics suggest the idea of peace and freedom of holiday moments. Exclusive accessories will complete the demand of a market, that of the resort, which is in great expansion and strongly globalised.
"We are once again planning an event on the dates of Men's Fashion. The optimism triggered by the recent success of White Donna, which has just ended, reinforces our confidence in the White Resort project, which will offer the international market and buyers from the world's best concept stores, a selection of the highest level of trendy clothing for travel and holidays," said Massimiliano Bizzi, founder, White.
"After a careful market analysis, we can state that this project has great development potential, which is why we intend to invest long-term in this new event," he added.
Among the brands participating there will be Pearl&Caviar, Coocu, Elise, Agua De Coco, Adamant and De Siena.
The Future Fabrics Expo is a large dedicated showcase for sourcing certified, sustainable material solutions for fashion.
The show will take place for its 10th edition from June 26 to 29 in London and will present more than 3,300 materials and will host a curated Solutions Area and an Innovation Hub, featuring partners of the event presenting initiatives and solutions meant to help the most pressing issues around climate, biodiversity, soil and oceans.
Its Seminar Series will unite the voices of global key players and vanguards, amplifying some of most critical themes of the moment. The Expo will feature best-practice exhibitors, mills and suppliers, all offering effective solutions throughout the supply chain committed towards implementing ground-breaking innovations and alternative materials for a planet positive fashion future.
The show will take place on 26 June from 12PM to 6PM and on 27 and 28 June from 9AM to 6PM at Magazine London.
Among exhibitors that have already confirmed their presence there will be Advance Denim, Chargeurs PCC, Hyosung, Lenzing, Thermore, Nativa, Pyratex, Spiber, Ventile and many others.
The next edition of the global textile show Texworld Paris, while celebrating its 25th anniversary, will take place from 3 to 5 July in Paris at a new venue for the first time–Parc des Expositions de Versailles, at Porte de Versailles, in the center of Paris.
The show expects a significant increase of exhibitors from Asia, as more than 400 manufacturers of finished products from the continent will be at the Apparel Sourcing Paris section of the show. In particular, the China Textile Innovation Center (CTIC) will host a trend forum at the entrance to the show.
Texworld also aims to emphasise the importance of the ethical dimension of this edition as, on the fabric side, the Taiwan Textile Federation (TTF) will be organising a grouping of manufacturers around these issues under the name “Taiwan Eco Textile Collective”.
In the same wavelength also Apparel Sourcing Paris will also host a Sustainable Pakistan Pavilion. Along with that, a wider offer of sustainable projects and products will be showcased and presented as part of the orgnisation’s selection, part of its already established Sustainable Sourcing itinerary.
The Denim sector, hosting a range of finished products and raw materials, will also be well represented. The offer of this segment will grow to host about 60 factories with an increasingly international scope. Among countries that have confirmed their presence inside this area there are Indonesia, Pakistan, Taiwan, and China.
Avantex Paris and Leatherworld will be present at Texworld Evolution Paris in July and will participate according to a new frequency as manufacturers of these segments will be present at each edition in July.
Leatherworld will focus exclusively on real leather products and will reaffirm its international reach by hosting the comeback of a South African pavilion along with China, India, and Pakistan.
Avantex Paris will launch the Hub, a new space focused on companies that provide solutions and innovations for the fashion industry. These include two new concepts, the Resources space, a phygital exhibition space designed to showcase innovative and sustainable textile and fashion products in partnership with the Foursource platform, and the Metaverse Fashion Zone (which brings together innovative Web3 services).
For its next edition, taking place from 4 to 6 July at Paris Nord Villepinte, Première Vision Paris will face some important changes to keep up with the changes in the textile industry.
In order to present a more immediate and informative description of exhibitors’ product characteristics and measures manufacturers are, the show will present a new pictogram-based guide based upon five material-related criteria.
Criteria determined by Première Vision and independent experts are based on labels and certifications selected for their strength on a global scale, including GOTS, Bluesign, Leather Working Group, Iso 14001, Ecolabel, Global Recycled Standard, Oeko-Tex Standard 100, European Flax and FSC.
This initiative will be expanded progressively on a voluntary basis from the exhibitors.
The lay-out of the show will also focus on a different organization of its halls as after four post-pandemic editions organised in just three exhibition halls, Première Vision Paris once again is expanding its offer to four halls.
A new hub located in the heart of Hall 6 will be dedicated to innovation and will be gathering the Talks area, the Smart Creation area and an area dedicated to upcycling.
This same hall will also host a sourcing solution forum that will present 1,500 products selected by the PV fashion team using an informative approach to provide a complete overview of the season and offer sourcing solutions adapted to buyers’ needs.
Hall 5 will host an inspiration forum. It will be an immersive forum area meant to reinforce Première Vision’s commitment through seasonal trend analysis, a selection of the season’s 500 most creative products, a seasonal film and the PV seasonal color story.
Additionally, three areas–one dedicated to Leather in Hall 3, one to accessories in Hall 4 and one to designs in Hall 5–will help to guide buyers in terms of specialized sourcing.
Milano Unica and E-Milano Unica Connect, the textile and accessory marketplace created in collaboration with Pitti Immagine, are ready for their debut.
The digital marketplace is ready to present every week with new materials and eco-friendly proposals for f/w 2024-2025 from the exhibitors that will participate in the 37th edition of Milano Unica, taking place from 11 to 13 July.
Exceptionally, the textile show will not take place at Milan’s Fieramilano Rho trade show pole in the traditional 8,12,16 and 20 halls, at present in a restructuring phase, but in the 1-3 and 2-4 pavilions, near the East Door of at easy reach from the metro station. The return to the traditional location ius expected for January 2024 edition.
Themes inspiring the show for the July 2023 edition showcasing f/w 2024/2025 will be MU Community, part of the concepts of sharing, sense of belonging, diversity welcoming and inclusivity through the themes Family Community, Culture Community and Night Community.
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