The 34th edition of the Première Vision New York international textile show was took place from January 17 to 18 in Manhattan. And the major point of discussion was the US economy. This year, 287 exhibitors from all over the world attended the exhibition to display fabrics, leather, accessories, designs and manufacturing while younger designers enjoyed the benefits of the exhibition’s renewed collaboration with the Council of Fashion Designers of America including smaller-scale orders and expert guidance.
In the discussion, the fashion world questioned itself on what will be the attitude of the new president, to women, to the gay community. Both are a large part of the fashion community. On the other hand, under the new president, there may be more pressure to have garments produced in the United States. We have to highlight young designers, said Première Vision International Exhibitions Director Guglielmo Olearo adding that they were the future of the industry.