The New York version of fabric exhibition Première Vision (PV) ended its two-day run on Thursday evening on a successful note.

Held at Pier 94 on the West Side, the highly Europe-centric fabric show had approximately 350 exhibitors and was divided this season (spring/summer 2017) into six areas: Designs, Fabrics, Accessories, Leather, Manufacturing and Services. It also included several seminars with trend predictions and color highlights.

On-site exhibitions included eight couture designs in denim from Tejidos Royo by Atelier Jean Pierre Ollier and one at the center of the show floor that showed the season’s trends with themes that included Wavelets, Cleanly Perforated, Skin-Deep Comfort, Simply Floral, Blossoming Graphics, Cheerful Lines (prints/florals), Linen-y Tees, Raw Cellular (lace-like fabrics), Sunny Country (checks), Indigo Fantasy, Magnified Canvas (blown-up graphics), Faded Bucolic, Half Transparent, Haute Swimwear (brights) and linen-y Paper Crunch.

A rep from Printfresh, a Philadelphia print maker that releases 120 to 140 new prints per week and which returned with a booth in PV New York’s Design area, reported that the show was extremely successful for the company this season.

Printfresh booth
Printfresh booth