A new exhibition layout for Premiere ClasseThe Paris tradeshow, scheduled for the 20th of January 2017, will have a new layout, providing visitors with a more fluid and intuitive exhibition itinerary and improved interaction with Who’s Next fair

Dec 21, 2016
Posted in: , Fairs & Events

mohekannThe Premiere Classe accessories show returns to Parc des Expositions di Porte de Versailles in Paris, from the 20th-23rd January 2017, and will be held in the same location, in conjunction with Who’s Next, the international, women’s ready-to-wear show. But this time, it will have a completely new layout.

«Premiere Classe is a unique concept: in fact, it’s the only exhibition dedicated to the world of fashion accessories. Not just shoes and bags, but also jewellery, hats, scarves, umbrellas, etc. The fact it’s held in January and September at Porte de Versailles every year, at the same time as Who’s Next, enables Premiere Classe exhibitors to benefit not only from the presence of the best international accessory buyers, but also those interested in the ready-to-wear sector, who are looking to complete their offer with shoes, bags, jewellery and design objects»

states Sylvie Pourrat, Director of the tradeshow.
Premiere Classe will have a central location at the next event (Hall 3) and will be surrounded by five Who’s Next ready-to-wear areas: Fame in Hall 2.2, Private and Studio in Hall 4, and Urban and Trendy in Hall 7.1.
The new layout of the space aims to make circulation more fluid and intuitive for visitors moving between Who’s Next and Premiere Classe and, therefore, satisfy buyers needs in the best possible way.

lili-radouAt the upcoming Premier Classe event in January, visitors will be able to discover new collections from well-known footwear brands, like Manas (Italy), Fru.It (Italy), Cafe Noir (Italy), Tosca Blu (Italy), Parallele (France), Kennel & Schmenger (Germany), Kanna (Spain), Minnetonka (France), Paraboot (France) and Blundstone (Australia), as well as lots of young designer brands, like Etty Leon (Greece), Atelier Mercadal Paris (France), Chie Mihara (Spain), Meher Kakalia (UK), Emma Go (Holland), Veja (France), Mexicana (France), New Lovers (Spain) and Mexicana (France).

With regard to the bags and leather world, we’ll be able to meet the likes of Abro (Germany), Alchimia (Italy), Aridza Bross (France), Carl Laich (Italy), Frère Soeur (France), Glove Story (France), Elleme (France), H. Butler (Australia), Cyclus (Columbia), I Clip (Germany), Lollipops (France), My Walit (Italy), Olivia Lauren (Belgium), Teo Jasmin (France), Roberta Gandolfi (Italy), Ephyre (France), Loxwood (France), Bertini (Italy), Andrea Cardone (Italy), and many other brands.
For further information visit: www.premiere-classe.com

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