10 Dec, 2017
Nearest Fashion Shows in Paris
Paris is regarded as the world fashion capital, and spread throughout the city are many fashion boutiques. Most of the major French fashion brands, such as Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Dior, and Lacroix, are currently headquartered here. Numerous international fashion labels also operate shops in Paris, such as Valentino, Gucci, Loewe, Escada, Bottega Veneta, and Burberry. Paris hosts a fashion week twice a year, similar to other international centers such as Milan, London, Tokyo, New York, Los Angeles and Rome.
PREMIERE CLASSE (Paris, France, 19−22 January/ 1−4 March) showcases 900 brands and designers in high-end jewelry, footwear, leather goods and many accessory. PREMIERE CLASSE features at two main events during Paris Market Weeks in January and September alongside the WHO’S NEXT trade show at the Porte de Versailles, and during the Paris Fashion Weeks Tuileries trade shows in March and October.
WHO’S NEXT (Paris, France, 19−22 January) has become the leading international fashion trade show for womenswear in Europe. In January and September, the event welcomes 50000 visitors through its doors at the Porte de Versailles Exhibition Centre in Paris, with around 700 French and international ready-to-wear brands there for them to discover.
TRANOÏ Men’s & Women’s (Paris, France, 19−22 January/ 2−5 March) is occurring four times a year during each Fashion Week in Paris, it is a leading fashion trade show that attracts more than 30000 visitors from all over the world each year. Over 600 exhibitors from every continent present their creations in key segments of the fashion industry: ready-to-wear, jewellery, footwear and accessories
MAN / WOMAN (Paris, France, 19−21 January (man)/ 2−4 March (woman)) have developed and built a trusted platform between brands, buyers and retailers, solidifying bridges between the three different markets.
BIJORHCA PARIS (Paris, France, 19−22 January) is an international trade fair for jewelry and watches, which takes place twice a year in January and September in Paris. It hosts nearly 14000 buyers and 450 exhibitors in Paris who come to discover the latest collections and spot new trends.
Paris sur Mode (Paris, France, 1−4 March) is showcase for brands and designers of women’s ready-to-wear their collections during Paris Fashion Weeks, only a few steps away from the accessories trade show Premiere Classe Tuileries. Paris sur Mode Tuileries welcomes several well-known French labels, but also international lines.
Vendôme Luxury (Paris, France, 2−5 March) is a premium fashion tradeshow for luxury and high-end women’s collections taking place during Paris Fashion Week (March and September each year). The show is divided into three parts: cutting edge designers with womenswear; high end accessories, with bags shoes and scarves, and VL collection with jewelry
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