Two days of hard work, meetings, trends, inspiration, conferences, seminars,...
Discover the atmosphere of the July 2014 Première Vision and Indigo New York edition!
“I really love the atmosphere!”, “Nice energy!”, “I’m nicely surprised of the new location!”
These are the words you have probably heard during the show!
"Responsible Creation":Issues and values for fashion
Première Vision presents discussion focusing on responsible creation in the textile/fashion sector. 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.
The panelists are (final list available soon):
Amber Valletta, fashion icon and actress, founder of the lifestyle brand Master & Muse and curator for Yoox of a clothing, jewellery and accessories collection from innovative and environmentally responsible brands
April Crow, Global Sustainability Director at The Coca-Cola Company
Inka Apter, Manager of Fabric R&D at Eileen Fisher
Melissa Joy Manning, jewellery designer and member of the CFDA Sustainability Committee
Giusy Bettoni, C.L.A.S.S CEO and founder
Rossella Ravagli, Head of Corporate Sustainability & Responsibility of Gucci
Discover in this new location an enriched offer at Première Vision and Indigo New York!
Next July, 22-23, 146 international design studios, including 20 new companies, will feature their Fall Winter 1516 collection in the ground-floor level of the Pier 92.
For the first time, the show will unveil its complementary offer of creative accessories and trims for the North American fashion industry.
The show will also unveil its key fashion tools to dive into the season: unique fashion areas and numerous seminars hosted by fashion experts will provide a complete overview of the FW1516 trends!
Let’s dive into the season with Indigo New York!
Distributed in the show's fashion areas, the "Influences" document spotlights leading decorative directions for the Fall Winter 1516 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 July 22 and 23, Première Vision New York will present the Fall Winter 1516 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.
According to one of the Indigo Paris show’s exhibitor: “The show was great!” The Indigo Paris show has fostered creativity and inspiration for the Spring-Summer 15 season.
An edition full of creative inspiration that gathered together 198 design studios and 14,966 visitors.