2-5 March 2017: Premiere Classe Tuileries
The Premiere Classe Tuileries and Paris sur Mode Tuileries trade shows have now closed their gates whilst confirming their leading position as key economic players of Paris Fashion Week.
For 25 years Premiere Classe has been the prestigious meeting point for designers of fashion accessories and has showcased trends and emerging brands.
The collections presented at Premiere Classe meet the needs of the buyer and interpret the trends of the market.
Acclaimed for it exclusive selection, the trade show showcases brands and designers of jewellery,eyewear/watches, shoes, leather goods as well as mixed accessories.
A new segmentation of both accessories and ready-to-wear offers
The Tuileries trade shows have carried out important changes by distinguishing a clearer layout concept of accessories for Premiere Classe Tuileries, and ready-to-wear for Paris sur Mode Tuileries.
Each trade show has not only presented a visual identity but also their own exhibition spaces thanks to the launch of a new tent for Paris sur Mode Tuileries, at the Place de la Concorde, which doubled the overall exhibition area.
For the brand Jack Gomme “this edition marks a true return of the very essence of Premiere Classe. This unity of accessory labels attracted intelligent buyers who came prepared and relaxed to place orders.” In effect, the leading accessory trade show thrived from an extension of 3 tents along the rue de Rivoli in order to better organise and distribute its exhibitions in a more logical and coherent way.
Sylvie Pourrat, trade show director, also took the decision to introduce a brand new area dedicated to men’s accessories, exhibiting brands such as Buttero, Bleu de Chauffe and Bonastre… but also zones highlighting the expertise of Made in France, in partnership with the organisation ADC – Au Delà du Cuir and the Ateliers de Paris, as well as the ANDAM designers showcasing exclusive accessories.
As the brand National Standard outlines: “This new formula of the trade shows is clear, logical and overall pleasant”. A very friendly atmosphere, especially thanks to the wider aisles, as well as the large number of restaurants and spacious lounges, which were all very much appreciated by both the exhibitors and the visitors.
The trade show will open its doors on Thursday 2nd to Sunday 5th.
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