Press release September 2014 - Indigo

Synergies and creative energy at the leading show for textile designs and creativity.
This 18 September at the Parc des Expositions de Paris Nord Villepinte, Première Vision Pluriel closed the doors on an edition rich in enhanced synergies and marked by new developments.


Press release results September 2014

62,431 visitors. Buoyed activity and creative energies. Fully integrated, Première Vision Pluriel becomes Première Vision Paris, establishing itself as the undisputed international reference.


Première Vision February 2015: A new brand policy

A new brand policy for the world’s leading event for fashion industry professionals.

For three days, twice a year, the six major business activities supplying materials and services to the global fashion industry - yarns and fibres, fabrics, leather and fur, patterns, accessories and components, fashion manufacturing - come together at the Parc des Expositions Paris Nord - Villepinte at the initiative of Première Vision, the world’s leading fashion trade-fair organizer.


PRESS KIT - September 2014

A growing offer at the service of creativity

With 221 exhibitors registered for the next edition - taking place 16 to 18 September in Hall 5 of the Parc d’Expositions de Villepinte - the show of creative textiles and surface design is beating its own attendance records.

Studios and designers are up 9% from the September 2013 edition, which, with 203 exhibitors, had already reflected strong growth. All exhibitors are carefully selected to meet the needs of a fashion market eager for new and imaginative quality proposals.


Press Release - Première Vision Pluriel: Integrated, complementary and enriched shows, all at the service of creativity

An edition rich in strengthened synergies and marked by development is set to take place next 16 to 18 September at the Parc d’Expositions de Paris Nord – Villepinte. Each season, Première Vision Pluriel is the can’t-miss event for the international fashion sector: 6 shows with complementary activities and proposals, the most comprehensive and creative offer in the industry.

And this fall, the coming edition marks a real turning point for all 6 shows! For the first time since its founding in 2005, and following the acquisition of Cuir à Paris announced last February, and ZOOM in September 2013, Première Vision Pluriel is now managed entirely by a single organiser: Première Vision. A world first for the industry!


Press release - 27 Feb. 2014 - Report of Indigo Fashion Edition

With attendance up 6.6%*, Indigo has once again confirmed its position as the world leader for professionals seeking pure textile creativity and innovation. This past 18 to 20 February, the show brought together nearly 15,000 visitors - fashion brands, designers, distributors as well as textile printers and industrialists - to view the offer from 198 exhibitors - design studios, independent designers and design schools - for spring summer 15. This represented a sharply increased offer (+18%*) that was comprehensive, inspiring and rich in creative proposals.


Press release results 21 February 2014

61,641 visitors: Première Vision Pluriel asserts its leadership against a background of growth, stimulating creative energies and galvanising international markets.


Save the date - Press Briefing 18 Feb. 2014

To mark the opening of the Première Vision Pluriel shows this 18 to 20 February, Philippe Pasquet, , CEO of Première Vision S.A., and the teams at Expofil, Première Vision, Cuir à Paris, Modamont, Indigo and Zoom, are pleased to invite you to a press conference on Tuesday 18 February 2014 at 11:45 am, in the Press Club – Mezzanine of Hall 6 - Parc d’Expositions Paris Nord-Villepinte.


Press release - INDIGO: Record-breaking creative proposals

The spring summer season is decisive in terms of creative textiles and surface designs. From the sweet softness at the start of the season to the radiance of high summer, buyers are more than ever looking for that original, unique and creative motif to give a special something to their collections. For international brands and designers on the hunt for new products and discoveries, Indigo has become the must-see event to find the best and most innovative products in terms of pure textile creativity.


Press Kit - September 2013

The tone has been set: by surpassing the 200-exhibitors mark for the first time, Indigo strengthens its leadership position in creative textiles and surface design, with an edition rich in strong and creative proposals - 17 to 19 September in Hall 5 at the Parc d’Expositions de Paris Nord - Villepinte.


Press release results 25 september 2013

INDIGO DYNAMIC AND CREATIVE ENERGY AT THE LEADING SHOW FOR CREATIVE TEXTILES AND SURFACE DESIGN« Outstanding energy. A dramatic increase in business activity. Efficient and well-adapted solutions.» These were just some of the comments overheard this past 17, 18 and 19 September in the busy aisles of the Première Vision Pluriel shows. Coming to see some 1,950 exhibitors, the 62,932 international professionals (+10% over September 2012) at the Parc d’Expositions de Paris Nord - Villepinte were enthusiastic about the energy of an edition described as strong, full of fruitful discussions and extremely productive.


Press Release - 20 February 2013

A feeling of optimism prevailed as Première Vision Pluriel closed its doors this past 14 February. By bringing together 58,000 textile industry professionals (+ 5.8% over February 2012) and 1,742 international exhibitors,
its shows demonstrated once again their strength and vitality.


Press release - 9 January 2013


The spring/summer season is always decisive in terms of textile patterns and design. More than ever, buyers are looking for unique, creative and original designs to give that special something to their collections. Recognizing the importance of the next session (12-14 February 2013), and to meet the expectations of a fashion market always avid for news, Indigo, the leading trade show for textile patterns and designs, has rigorously selected the top studios and independent designers. These exhibitors have a twofold interest in taking part in the show: it allows them to meet with their key clients and prospects, the fashion brands, and also provides them access to a choice group of potential clients - the weavers exhibiting at the world’s premier fabric show, Première Vision. With 176 exhibitors now registered (as against 157 in February 2012), the Indigo offer is seeing remarkable growth.

Press release 26 September 2012


In spite of the economic climate, the Indigo Paris Fashion edition shows consistency and energy over the duration, as demonstrated by the number of visitors topping 14,000 - 14,067 this session against 14,050 in September 2011 - and an offer from 194 exhibitors that is as rich and diversified as it was prior to the 2008 crisis.

Press release - 26 June 2012

Indigo : the richness of motifs

This September 2012, Indigo once again demonstrates the richness and relevance of a creative offer that has enabled it to meet the challenges faced by the txtile/clothing sector in recent years. (...)

Press release - 23 February 2012


Despite a slight decline in visitor numbers, essentially due to an exceptionally high comparable base in February 2011, Indigo has maintained its high-quality level of visitors, with a total of 13,834 visits to its 157 exhibitors, down 5.03% over the last year edition that had reached record figures with more than 14 000 visits. Indigo, like the other shows in the Première Vision Pluriel group, had an excellent first day, confirming the good business feeling. Indeed, when considered outside of the limited number of visitors from schools this February 2012, show attendance by industry professionals rose by 2.6%.

Press release - 13 February 2012

For the «fashion» edition of the show, and as part of Première Vision Pluriel, Indigo is showing stability in a suddenly more difficult environment. Last January, the New York edition had an exceptional increase of 27% of its visitors.

Indigo strengthens its leadership in the creative world

With busy stands, fruitful discussions, an increase in visitors, and a redeployment of the brand, Indigo is strengthening its leadership among textile design shows.

Compared to the September 2010 session, the first held over three days, attendance increased by 17% with 14,059 visits. There was a rise in visitors from all countries, including France (+11%) and abroad (19%), which represents over 72% of visitors. France (3,919 visits), the United Kingdom (1,382, + 8.5%), Italy (1,214, + 31%) and Germany (939, + 13%) remain the four leading visitor-countries.

But changes are transpiring in the leading group, with notable increases from a certain number of countries. Mainland China/Hong Kong was the surprise this edition, coming in fourth position with 728 visits, up 36% over September 2010, confirming a trend that began in February. With its booming economy and a population hungry for new products, China is emerging as a "major consumer of creativity", and thus a market worth exploring for design studios, who confirm that Chinese brands are now buying creative products.

There was also an excellent performance by Turkey (+ 26%, 603 visits), the United States (553, + 16%), Brazil (258 visitors, + 40%), and at a lesser level visitors from India (+ 79%) and Canada (+ 30%). These are all signs that confirm a fundamental shift, and the emergence of new markets for the exhibiting studios.


July 2011 / Indigo : a fashion edition full of promise

The fashion market is more than ever eager for news. The Paris edition of Indigo last February suggested as much, and Direction by Indigo last April in New York, with its record number of exhibitors, confirmed it.

Whatever the industry, from haute couture to swimwear or accessories, buyers are looking for original, unique and creative patterns to add that extra something to their collections. Aware of this, especially as the industry begins moving out of the crisis, studios and independent designers favour shows to put them in direct contact with international clients and prospective customers. As the leading international trade fair for textile designs and creation, Indigo is part of this approach, and the September session of Indigo Paris is looking auspicious.

181 exhibitors from 16 countries have registered to date, a nearly 6% increase over the 171 exhibitos showing last September. Among them are 20 new exhibitors from nine countries: 6 French, 4 Brazilians, 3 British, 2 Japanese, 1 Italian, 1 Dutch, 1 Mauritian, 1 Bulgarian, 1 American (see attached list). These newcomers, who have chosen Première Vision Pluriel for their first show participation, speak to the vitality of decoration across the globe.