01/07/2016 – View Premium Selection — auf Deutsch lesen
Dynamic kick-off for the Autumn/Winter season 2017/18
With over 300 pre-collections the View Premium Selection on 5 and 6 July 2016 will be setting a strong signal for the industry at an early date.
This occasion in Munich will feature top international weaving mills and accessory manufacturers showcasing their latest developments in fabrics and additionals. The designers and buyers of strong global market players can expect to see a high-quality trendsetting portfolio of over 300 international collections.
For the first time
Several collections will be represented at View for the first time: Bendini, Miroglop, Elyaf, Agentur Karen Gerke in the View Fabrics segment, Knopf & Knopf in View Additionals, Europa, Tusa Denim in View Denima & Sportswear.
This will be an extension of the existing portfolio which already comprises well-known, prestigious suppliers from Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, UK, Turkey and Japan as well as a strong presence of Italian collections.
The View Pre – Trend Autumn/Winter 2017/18
The trends for Autumn/Winter 2017/18 add up to an intensely exciting line-up where craftsmanship combines with high tech, and the artificial with sportiness. There has been a significant change in design and style, with alternating variations of retro and melancholy, earthy jacquards, gleaming velvets, graphic velvets and floral designs.
Another focus will be on progressively classic patterns with textured surfaces. One area that is particularly favoured by suppliers combines transparency and lace on felt.
Jacquards and high-quality twills can be seen in subtly subdued colour harmonies. Even at this early stage we can clearly see the emergence of various series featuring sporty, colourfully dynamic materials with a touch of nature, while also combining craftsmanship and functionality in inspiring hybrid fabrics.
The multifaceted, imaginative hype surrounding denims and sportswear is continuing. There will be a special emphasis on sleek sartorial denims, indigo cord and plain twills. A consistent effect can be seen in new developments with functional finishes and handwoven prototypes that are full of character.
Further Details and Registration HERE