Who's Next & Premiere Classe Who's Next & Premiere Classe
Who's Next
Premiere Classe

Paris, Porte de Versailles

What's Next? All you need to know!

Each year the Who's Next and Premiere Classe trade shows bring together more than 1600 ready-to-wear and accessory brands. Here is a breakdown of the trends, a spotlight for new brands and a premium offer all to be found from the 20th to 23rd of January at the Porte de Versailles.

Recycled material trend


Hacter (Stand C05)

This year the brand Hacter is exhibiting at the Premiere Classe trade show. The brand creates shoes, bags and accessories worked from recycled and unique fabrics for limited edition collections. Conceived and designed in France, the collections are targeted at refined and sophisticated men. Men who like durable and desirable fashion. The brand reuses scraps of material from production, collected clothes and even material destined for the bin or that has been forgotten. It gives a new life to second-hand fabrics centered around creativity, quality, durability, and desirability.

Focus / Jewellery in all its glory


Collanevrosi (PC — Stand 566)

Tzuri Gueta

Tzuri Gueta (PC)

Little Rotters

Little Rotters (PC — Stand 344)

The skills are the same, however young designers are reinventing the precious jewellery world. New shapes, new materials, the labels are all about creativity for winter 2017.

For the first time ever, the Italian brand Collanevrosi is exhibiting at Premiere Classe. The perfect opportunity for it to present its extraordinary jewellery created from natural elements. Sea wood for the framework with seashell and sea sponge finishings.

For Tzuri Gueta, it’s all about using siliconed lace. Its material fetish posses extraordinary properties of solidity and suppleness, which allow it to develop its graphic jewellery collections to become somewhere between textile material and sculpture.

Immerse yourself in the Little Rotters world of mythic dreams and humour, far from the traditional jewellery craft methods. Emilie, the designer, creates small creations by melting gold and silver over shells of glass eyes... Whether it’s cyclopses, gargoyles or animals, all creatures find life under the expert hands of this contemporary craftswoman.

Faux fur dominates winter 2017

Les D'Arcs

Les D'Arcs (Premiere Classe — Stand 341)

Las Manuelas

Las Manuelas (Premiere Classe)

Forgetting the prejudices, faux fur has become an essential this autumn/winter season. Either for a total look or just for a small touch, we’ve identified the crucial brands of this refined trend.

In terms of ready-to-wear discover the new brand Vicino Venezia which uses a truer faux fur rather than natural. Complete faux fur coats or just detailed pockets, the brand creates oversized pieces that are comfortable and warm in order to survive the winter. The accessory also presents itself as a refined finishing touch. Les D’Arcs, a premium scarf brand, offers a version of super soft wraps for every occasion.

Fashion and tradition: Las Manuelas is definitely to be discovered at Premiere Classe. These Peruvian women weave traditional alpaca wool. In order to support their creations and expose their skills, many designers have called upon their work in order to create contemporary collections (IED MLM, Rosa Rubio, Steve Mono, Los Manolos...)

Craftswomen / "Pièces" the team of designers


Pièces (Who's Next — Hall 7.1 — Stand A48)

This year Fame exclusively welcomes the new project "Pièces", developed by Julia Van Hagen and her team of 5 exceptional craftswomen. Ceramics, velvet loafers, décor, cushions, towels… each object will be exhibited in an original and creative scenography thanks to the running printed designed theme created for the occasion by the Lebanese artist Hala Salem.

Press agency
[email protected]
+33 (0)1 44 54 03 47
[email protected]
[email protected]
Online version - Français