Presented in February in Première Vision Paris, Spring Summer 16 offers you a menu of vitamin cocktails, of ideas and creative pleasures. The decorative trends for the Spring Summer 16 season are elaborated in 6 themes presented as recipes: pop liqueur, incongruous infusions, playfull bouillon, milky lemonade, thirsty potion and ultra-vitamin juice.
After this mix of colors, flowers and fruits in Paris show, come in Indigo New York on April 7th and 8th to discover the offer of the 81 exhibitors.
On April 7th and 8th, Indigo New York will present at the Metropolitan Pavilion the work of national and international exhibitors, selected according to quality and creativity criteria bringing the best of designs.
This edition, discover our 80 exhibitors including the best textile design studios (for various markets), vintage specialists and forecasters.
The next edition of Indigo New York will take place on April, 7th and 8th. at Metropolitan Pavillon. Discover a creative international offer for fashion and home, targeting the US market.
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From 10th to 12th February at Paris-Nord Villepinte, the six major industries supplying materials and services to the global fashion industry, including: Yarns, Fabrics, Leather, Designs, Accessories, Manufacturing – came together in Paris, the capital of fashion.
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Première Vision presents discussion focusing on technology and its role for the Fashion World in the future. The panelists: key leading fashion figures, representing different roles in the fashion supply chain, will discuss their involvement and experience in this specific area - in order to give the audience a complete picture.
Allison Spahr - Vice President of Global Design, Polartec, LLC
Amanda J. Parkes - Fashion Technologist and Biomedia Designer
Bjorn Bengtsson - Design and Fabric Research Consultant and Adjunct Professor
Leigh Baird - Vice President of Women’s Design, Under Armour
Sibilla Vanderlinden - Product Manager, Concordia Textiles
Stanislas Vandier - Deputy CEO, Cityzen Sciences
Zaid Affas - Designer
Welcome to the Nottene Spring/Summer 2016 collection! A new collection featuring beautiful patterns of hand drawn lines, everyday objects and bright colors which recollects the fresh start of the season. Designer Kimberly Ellen Hall’s work comes from a practice of storytelling through drawing. Recent work includes a collection of custom illustrations for Uncommon Goods and fall coverage of her silk scarves from Cool Hunting & Uppercase Magazine. This collection will inspire you to envision the hard nut of winter cracking open to the first bud of spring.
Challenging the status-quo of the industry, Kornit introduces the Allegro, a groundbreaking single-step, wide format direct-to-textile printing solution. Combining Kornit Digital’s advanced technology and revolutionary, biodegradable NeoPigment™ inks, ensures this a certified green and environmentally sound solution. Surpassing the demands and stringent color matching needs of today’s market, the Allegro ensures vibrant color combinations and quick turnaround times allowing textile printers to respond to their customers and the market as quickly as the need arises.
In between sales trips around London, New York & LA, Palm has been busy working on a vibrant Spring/Summer collection. The company will feature an updated vintage range of prints, focusing on a variety of floral styles from 1950's French-inspired to Itsy & Abstract. To be discoverd to: an update of the vast archive of plaids/colour-wovens, fresh for the new season.
Distributed in the show's fashion areas, the "Influences" document spotlights leading decorative directions for the Spring Summer 16 season. Created by the Indigo fashion team, it is the result of a broad survey of creative trends across all artistic fields, and is produced in close collaboration with illustrators, designers, painters, street and other artists, along with international design studios exhibiting at Indigo.
Indigo New York and Première Vision New York are held at the same time and place. Next January 13 and 14, Première Vision New York will present the Spring Summer 16 fabric collections alongside to the rich offer of textile designs at Indigo, and an enriched offer of accessories and trims.
Première Vision New York and Indigo New York move to Pier 92. This change of venue is part of an expansion strategy geared towards a complementary offer of creative accessories and trims for the North American fashion industry. An increased number of fashion-accessory makers, including international specialists in buttons, buckles, textile and metallic accessories, labels and zips, will be added to the offer.
The exhibitors of the next session of Indigo New York include the leading studios presenting unique, highly creative textile and surface designs for all sectors of the fashion market (men, women, junior, children, infant, lingerie, swimwear, sportswear and accessories) and some collections for the home market.