Who’s Next organizers have announced plans to restructure the fair’s halls for the upcoming winter edition, set to take place in Paris from January 19-22. The fair will now be divided into two segments – ready-to-wear and accessories - in order to give visitors and exhibitors a better overview of the event’s entire selection.

Ready-to-wear will be situated in halls 2.2, 3, 4 and 7.1 and will house 1,000 brands across three areas designated as Private, Fame and Mr Brown. Private will host 600 internationally acclaimed women’s fashion brands while Fame displays a more selective variety of 200 labels. Mr Brown will serve as the urbanwear section, providing an assortment of denim, streetwear and sportswear collections as well as work from young ready-to-wear men’s designers.

The accessories segment, which will be shown on the second level of hall 7.1, will also host 1,000 brands over three areas. Who’s Next Accessories will have 600 brands and focus on a global offer including shoes, jewelry, bags, leather goods and textiles. With 300 brands, Premiere Classe will serve to connect accessory designers who have been refocusing and enhance their collections. Finally, the Mr Brown section will have 100 shoe and accessory labels aimed at the men’s urban market.