Changes and dynamism in the heart of the Tuileries
The Premiere Classe Tuileries and the Paris sur Mode Tuileries trade shows confirmed their positions as major players during Paris Fashion Week.
The first element that stood out during the two Parisian trade shows was the conspicuous presence of VIP buyers: 650, with an increase of 7.5%, along with new buyers , such as Hug from China, Robinson from Dubai (United Arab Emirates), and We Public from Turkey.
Accessories were the protagonists of Premiere Classe Tuileries, also thanks to its new layout, while Paris sur Mode Tuileries focused on ready-to-wear. Both events were held in the Place de la Concorde. We gathered several opinions from exhibitors. For the Jack Gomme brand, “this edition of Premiere Classe Tuileries marks an authentic return to the very essence of Premiere Classe. Through the range of accessories offered, labels attracted veryattentive buyers who showed up relaxed and prepared to place new orders.”
The trade show’s manager, Sylvie Pourrat, also decided to introduce a new area dedicated to men’s accessories with brands, such as Buttero, Bleu de Chauffre, and Bonastre, but also spaces that highlighted the importance of the “Made in France” label, in collaboration with the ADC – Au Delà du Cuir – organization.
As for Paris sur Mode Tuileries, located right at the entrance of the homonymous famous gardens, a rep from the Edward Achour brand emphasized how “the trade show was a pleasant surprise. The presentation was of a higher quality than in the past. More fluid and capable of favoring meeting points with buyers, as best as possible.”
The event also welcomed exhibitors from the American Capsule trade fair and hosted a wonderful exhibition on the International Photography Festival of Hyères.