The next Texworld Paris winter event to get together all textile and fashion professionals to discover the trade fairâ€™s innovations and trends, which rejoice in the harmonious name of Prelude this season. This theme will launch the tones and textures for Autumn/Winter 2016/17. The fairâ€™s two artistic directors, Louis GÃ©rin and GrÃ©gory Lamaud, and a group of designers, reflect on the influence of fashion on the future of society.
Their Trend Book contains their vision of future synergies, in which the artist is at the centre of design. Prelude conveys the images and a general vision of the world of tomorrow, which every designer will breathe into their textile designs or fashion collections.
The names of the six themes evoke notes and rhythms, organisers report. These include Simple Tessitura, Imitation Fugue, Sacrilegious Harmonies, and Rhapsodic Transgression. The focus on denim has been baptised Graphic Percussion, whilst the concentration on accessories is entitled Chiselled Score.
The Trends Forum will display most astounding materials, daring embroidery, new textures and the most creative developments of the season, according to organisers. Visitors wanting to make the most of all the tones can attend two seminars, scheduled for Monday and Wednesday.
The artistic developers will use them to develop the link between materials and colours and will share their inspiration and the new aesthetic directions taken by textiles and fashion in winter 2016/17.
The event expects 46 businesses specialising in the blue material, Denim, an undisputed king of materials, unisex, indispensable material of all season for brands and designer will unveil their winter 2016 collections and initial developments for summer 2017.
The offer is diverse and high quality: selvedge denim for purists, powerstretch for hipsters, stonewashed for the 70s look, which is currently fanning the flames of fashion and eco-friendly for green and ethical brands.
Six new weavers will be present, all specialising in imaginative materials, mostly for womenâ€™s and junior collections, whilst elaborate light cloths will flourish for men. Four of them come from Shanghai.
Texworld Paris invites young alumni of the Esmod Fashion School to show their graduation collections. They will form a kaleidoscope of cuts, proportions and materials, delighting in their boldness and sincerity. This year, two students, Anne-Sophie Blanc and Tamami Tomemori, have produced pieces in their collection using lace generously supplied by the maker Decotex, part of the Albani Group and an exhibitor in the Lace&Embroidery section.
The lace was created specially for them, from their sketches. As the designs were very different from Decotexâ€™s current collections, its designers modified some of them slightly to adapt them to their looms. They were then dyed in the shades chosen by the two students.
Michael Scherpe, CEO of Messe Frankfurt France said that they encourage designers and industry to come together at Texworld so that young graduates can ease their way into the professional world and understand its demands and the industry benefits from new ideas to develop its collections.
Texworld Paris is set to take place from 14-17 September at the Paris Le Bourget. The show looks to suffuse its visitors and exhibitors with the latest trends, to have them touch and feel the materials, for an ever-more-lively visit.
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