British fabric mills and textile trends at Première Vision
12-14th February, Paris
The SS20 edition of Première Vision is now underway and UKFT has assembled a diverse group of British fabric mills known for their exquisite textiles all around the world, alongside UK design studios and suppliers offering innovative collections of prints for fashion, home and packaging, woven and knitted designs, as well as embroidery and embellishments.
UKFT produces the British Colour and Textile Trends for SS20 in association with The Campaign for Wool to promote British weavers of quality wool fabrics to an international audience at Première Vision.
For a full overview of British colour and textile trends, visit the UKFT information stand at Première Vision Hall 6 Stand P14.
UKFT is also holding a series of trend talks with all the British Fabrics from the display throughout the show. See the attachment for details.
This season a range of British firms are exhibiting at the show, offering forward-thinking collections and services to designers from across the globe. Regular exhibitors include Abraham Moon, Alex Begg, Fox Brothers, William Halstead, Henry Bertrand, Holland & Sherry, John Foster 1819, Joshua Ellis, Kynoch 1788, Linton Tweeds, Lochcarron of Scotland, Neill Johnstone and Stephen Walters & Sons.
For the full British exhibitor list, please see the attachment above.
Exhibitors supported by the Department of International Trade include:
- Bella Tela
Bella Tela is a design house and manufacturer of spectacular couture fabrics. It offers beautiful and inspirational collections that combine innovative ideas with high quality workmanship. The Taunton-based company prides itself on excellent service where made-to-rder couture fabric can be realised.
- Bennett Silks
Bennett Silks has an extensive stock-supported silk range complemented by award-winning fancy creations, techniques and fancy manipulations.
- Master Fashion
Master Fashion provides design talent and expertise from London. The firm is a leading consultancy in style, colour, pattern, textile and brand development, offering trend research and forecasts with a worldwide influence. It also offers trend books for womenswear, menswear, kidswear and textile patterns.
VIEW THE BRITISH COLOURS AND TEXTILE TRENDS FOR SS2020