Trade shows Who’s Next and Premiere Classe are proposing a new layout for their upcoming January edition, coinciding the Paris shows' 20th year at the Porte de Versailles location. The different brand areas have been rearranged into clearly visible sectors to improve the proximity between the different product areas and optimize the time visitors spend at the show.

Who's Next and Premiere Classe range layout
Who's Next and Premiere Classe range layout
Who’s Next will be divided into five areas:

Private, Hall 2 – internationally renowned womenswear with strong commercial potential (150 brands, including Annette Görtz, La Fée Maraboutée, Yaya etc.) 
Trendy, Hall 3 – current on trend womenswear labels (70 brands, inclunding Nümph, Pepaloves, Ziztar etc.)
Urban, Hall 3 – denim- and streetwear (100 brands, including Boom Bap, Camel Active, Eleven Paris Please, Timezone, LTB etc.)
Studio, Hall 3 – ready-to-wear collections from casual to feminine (180 brands, including Sandwich, Sportalm, Ulla Popken etc.)
Fame, Hall 4 – ready-to-wear labels and designers (250 brands, including Baum und Pferdgarten, Goosecraft, Sessun etc.)

Additionally, there will be a creative hub in the center, which will showcase all types of fashion accessories and house shoes, jewelry, leather goods and bags by leading designers. This center is part of the trade show Premiere Classe which will showcase 650 international accessories brands in the adjacent Hall 7.1 whilst 80 brands from the leather goods area will find their home in Hall 7.2.