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Tranoi to showcase Fall/Winter 2024-2025 collections from 180 exhibitors


Scheduled to be held from Feb 29-Mar 03, 2024 at Palais Brongniart in Paris, premiere fashion trade show Tranoï, will showcase the Fall/Winter 2024-25 collections of over 180 exhibitors 

Shot by renowned London photographer Darrel Hunter, the ad campaign of the trade show features elegant young women navigating the bustling streets outside Palais Brongniart. The campaign reflects Hunter's signature snapshot style, reminiscent of his candid street scenes and backstage shots of fashion luminaries.

This edition of Tranoï boasts an impressive lineup of designers and collectives from around the globe. Notably, 92 per cent of the exhibitors hail from outside France, underlining the event's global appeal. Among the highlights include African fashion showcased by the Canex collective, featuring designers like Rich Mnisi and David Tlale from South Africa, and Abiola Olusola from Nigeria, whose slow-fashion pieces are crafted in Lagos.

South Korean fashion takes center stage with KFashion82 presenting five emerging labels, including Cahiers and Lie, each embodying distinct styles and aesthetics. Additionally, a curated selection of South Korean brands backed by Gyunggi Fashion Creative Studio adds depth to the showcase.

Peruvian craftsmanship shines with labels like Ana G and Susan Wagner displaying their commitment to heritage textiles and sustainable practices. Meanwhile, international showrooms like Tudoo and the Berlin Showroom will offer glimpses into the diverse landscapes of Chinese and European fashion.

Labels from the UK, Spain, and France will also make their mark with showcases ranging from Simeon Farrar's artistic creations to Mimii's vibrant designs. Around 40 per cent of the exhibitors plan to focus on fashion accessories with brands like Gabriele Frantzen and Amphora offering luxurious leather goods and handbags, and Florence Moorhead launching her avant-garde jewelry line.



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