Many Japanese Companies Exhibiting at Milano Unica, Première Vision & ISPO Munich

Milano Unica(Feb. 1st to 3rd)

The 24th edition of Milano Unica will be held for the spring/summer 2018 season from February 1st to 3rd at Fieramilano RHO in Milan, Italy.

Milano Unica represents an innovation in trade shows for textiles and accessories, as it introduces a new system of establishing relationships between fabric manufacturers and customers as well as the entire fashion system, thanks particularly to the thorough and complex trend research area.

For buyers searching for high value-added and fashionable fabrics, The Japan Observatory will be the place to visit. This time, approximately forty-five Japanese companies and organizations will be exhibiting here, presenting the fruit of their latest developments and sophisticated materials.

Première Vision Paris(Feb. 7th to 9th)

From February 7th to 9th, Premiere Vision Paris will open its doors to an edition marked at every turn by the major trends creating a stir and making a change in the fashion and textile markets: fashion and technology; responsible and smart creation; the resurgence of local sourcing, decisively transversal brand development, the new complementarity between business activities, exclusive and custom-made creations…

At the heart of it all, fashion doubles down on its fundamentals for the spring/summer 2018 season and updates its range of tools.

A truly inspiring one-stop shop, Première Vision Paris, with its six shows, also features new, easier visit itineraries thanks to unprecedented intra-show synergies, a re-organized offer, and cutting-edge exhibits to better seize and comprehend the current zeitgeist.

Première Vision Fabrics will have more than forty exhibitors from Japan, and more Japanese companies will be showing their latest products in other Première Vision Paris shows.

 

ISPO Munich(Feb. 5th to 8th)

ISPO Munich is a trade fair for the global sports industry, and will take place from February 5th to 8th at the Messe München center. This year, visitors can look forward to nine new exhibit areas in 16 halls, and find out which segments are best for their business. Multi-faceted side event programs offer opportunities to gain beneficial advance information.

More than thirty Japanese companies will be exhibiting at ISPO Munich, and especially noteworthy are the exhibits of Japanese synthetic fiber producers.

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