After nearly two years of digital-only events, Denim Première Vision will hold its next edition as a hybrid trade show from October 13-14 at SuperstudioPiù in Milan and online.
A platform for players across the global denim supply chain to showcase their concepts for Spring/Summer 2023, the event will also be an opportunity for education. In-person trend presentations, workshops and press conferences will be complemented with “synergistic” virtual talks available to view from Oct. 11-15.
Exhibitors include weavers, fashion manufacturers, laundries, finishers, accessory makers and technology developers from Italy, France, Spain, Turkey, Japan, Morocco, Pakistan, Egypt and China, among others.
The Milan show is also chance for Denim Première Vision to return to its roots as a leading voice fashion and trend forecasting. In addition to trend seminars, physical events will include a presentation by PG Denim that will blend history, theater and denim. On the second day of the show, garment dyeing company TintesEgara will host a sustainable dye workshop in collaboration with anthropologist and artisan Emina Batik. The workshop will examine how to use old batik techniques to dye a fabric with natural and indigo dyes, using as little water and energy as possible.