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

Paris, Porte de Versailles

What's Next? GENERATION Z

The Who's Next and Premiere Classe trade shows bring together more than 1600 accessory and ready-to-wear brands each year. Decoding the trends, highlighting the novelties, providing a premium offer, all to be found from the 20th to 23rd of January at the Porte de Versailles.

Personalisation trend

Collanevrosi

Lizzy Paris

Tzuri Gueta

Eli Grita

Little Rotters

Panafrica

For some years, the brands have taken the phenomenon of personalisation. They understand that it is necessary to allow the customer to become their own designer and to create a unique product. It’s the accessory that rivals inventiveness.

To discover at Premiere Classe, Hall 3:
The brand Eli Grita offers a selection of leathers and colours in order to make its own leather bags. Regrading shoes, Panafrica counts on customisation based on their famous African fabrics. For the brand Poupard et Delaunay bonnets, berets and hats are now customisable.
Lizzy Paris proves that there is a thin line between glasses and jewellery. With a choice of 7 styles of glasses and an infinite number of glasses chains even in the style of headbands.

Nostalgia: street culture

Pantheone

Pantheone

8IGB

8IGB

Von Dutch

Von Dutch

Bomber jackets, dungarees, sneakers, a street wave hitting the trade shows, especially affecting the Urban area, Hall 7.1, of Who's Next. The mythical street fashion names of the 90s make their comeback, such as Oxbow which offers a 1989 retro collection, or Von Dutch. They will face new brands like 8IGB, a street label that plays with renowned logos, for example.

In line with the #GIRLSQUAD theme, the crews are being honoured:
To follow: the 10 French urban labels selected from the Who's Next x Citadium contest at their dedicated space in the Urban area, Hall 7.1.

Pantheone, the Parisian fashion label led by a team of daring young women, will present its ready-to-wear collections, a cross between pop culture and menswear, Hall 7.1, Urban area.

DON’T MISS: Friday 20th January at 8pm for the neo-catwalk by Pantheone.

Fashion, Fashion, Fashion... but also lifestyle

Klin d'Œil

Klin d'Œil

Hôtel Bohème

Hôtel Bohème

Zen Ethic

Zen Ethic

For a few years now, décor has been a part of the fashion point of sale in order to offer a complete lifestyle experience. Candles and ceramics mixed with dresses and handbags. Whether it’s for the occasion of a collaboration or an evolution of their offer, fashion brands are exploring lifestyle whilst unveiling their Porte de Versailles collections. The fashion and accessory trade shows are becoming their new ground of expression.

Collectives to discover:

Bonheur, is joining forces with the FAME area, Hall 2.2, in order to present a selection of neo-green fashion, design and jewellery products.

Hôtel Bohème, the organiser of events for designers in Paris will present a selection of lifestyle and craft products, Hall 2.2.

Klin d'Œil, the boutique-gallery dedicated to young creation, presents a selection of décor products, stationery, food and music in Hall 3 of Premiere Classe.

All of these selections will be available to buy at the trade show. Find all the lifestyle events here.

Brands that will be present:

offers a variety of exclusive prints on their accessories such as clutches but also on a décor line.

Ma Poésie completes their scarf offer with cushions and carpets.

Zen Ethic, the ethical fashion brand, displays a variety of its décor skills: blankets, tablecloths, cushion covers, rugs...

Retro trend: young people: fans of the past?

Louche London

Louche London

BLVL

BLVL

Le Gang de Grand-Mères

Le Gang de Grand-Mères

Small tour of a vintage offer which is strongly returning as a trend in 2017.

First step, go to the Urban area with RÉTROMANIA, in partnership with Eureka Fripe. A glimpse of the 80s, an exhibition of 5 iconic vintage pieces and a pop-up thrift shop in the heart of Hall 7.1.

Are pins old fashioned?
They were thought to have been forgotten, but now the new Parisian brand BLVL, has created a new collection of pop, colourful and vibrant pins.

Camden, Brick Lane ... London remains the ultimate retro destination. Louche London is inspired by vintage silhouettes and retro designs for its women's ready-to-wear collection.

Because retro is not dedicated to the Generation Z, it’s time for the grannies to stand in the spotlight of Premiere Classe, Hall 3. For 4 days, come and admire the collective Le Gang de Grand-Mères. From our interiors to our wardrobes, wool keeps us warm and makes us feel cosy. What better way than to have a granny knitting hats and scarves?

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