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SPOT­LIGHT As sea­sonal changes war­rant shift­ing hem lengths and the de­sire to show more skin, ver­sa­tile, tech­ni­cal fab­rics come into focus.

And Pre­mière Vi­sion New York's win­ter edi­tion, held on Jan. 15 and 16 at Pier 94, will shed light on spring 2020 tex­tile trends with a par­tic­u­lar focus on no­table ad­vances in tex­tile de­signs and fab­ri­ca­tions.

Noted as a can't-miss global tex­tile event for North Amer­i­can in­dus­try pro­fes­sion­als, Pre­mière Vi­sion New York will present the tex­tile trends, mapping five sec­tors or “uni­verses” that in­clude fab­rics, leather, de­signs, ac­ces­sories and manufacturing for the up­com­ing spring sea­son.

Vis­i­tors can pe­ruse its Trend Fo­rum and Color Wall, en­abling guests to “vi­su­al­ize the sea­son's key col­ors in king-size for­mat” while si­mul­ta­ne­ously iden­ti­fy­ing sup­pli­ers. With more than 300 ex­hibitors on view, at­ten­dees can sam­ple new tex­tile in­no­va­tions and ex­pe­ri­ence “trend tast­ings,” or sea­sonal high­lights that re­veal “global in­flu­ences and main sil­hou­ettes to key prod­ucts, with a spe­cific focus on fab­rics, ac­ces­sories and pat­terns,” the firm said.

In part­ner­ship with the Coun­cil of Fash­ion De­sign­ers of Amer­ica, Ra­mon Martin of Tome was named brand am­bas­sador. Marin will present sev­eral out­fits ex­clu­sively for Pre­mière Vi­sion that em­pha­size two themes Pre­mière Vi­sion has been cul­ti­vat­ing: “Made in USA” and the “Smart Cre­ation” pro­gram, fo­cus­ing on sus­tain­abil­ity.

Its win­ter edi­tion will high­light tex­tile in­no­va­tions such as Panama Trim­mings' 100 per­cent fair and ve­gan oil de­riv­a­tive, as well as Re­bil Group's Oeko-Tex Stan­dard, in­clud­ing its 100 per­cent or­ganic-cot­ton care la­bels and wo­ven la­bels, as well as tech­nolo­gies em­bed­ded in trace­able hang­tags.

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