From September 4th to 7th, Pavilion no. 5 of the Porte de Versailles exhibition centre in Paris welcomes Bijorhca: the trade show dedicated to fine, fashion jewellery and watches set to bring together 550 exhibitors.
With a planned attendance of over 1,700 brands, the Paris show promises to be an event that will meet the expectations generated by its return to a September date, after the three previous editions were held in July.
As in the past, the CPM is being held on the same dates, or nearly, as Who's Next. Running from 2 to 5 September, the Moscow trade show will bring together around 1,000 brands, compared to 1,400 last year.
Munich Fabric Start, about to open to the public on September 1st, will bring together nearly 1,000 exhibitors. The fabrics and accessories trade show also announced 80 exhibitors for its Blue Zone, dedicated to denim and sportswear.
From August 26 to 29, Eurobike will showcase the latest products from the main players in the cycling industry. The organizers expect 1,350 exhibitors. Among them, a number of designers and fashion brands.
The third edition of the largest event dedicated to promoting French products and savoir-faire will take place in Times Square (and Broadway) on September 26th and 27th. This year, the organizers dream big, as 200 business, small and large, are expected to participate.
After Milan and Hong Kong, the Italian ready-to-wear brand by young designer Massimo Giorgetti has opened a store in Dubai and is about to set up shop in Tokyo, while strengthening its presence in Paris.
On the occasion of its forthcoming autumn edition, Première Vision Paris will present the PV Awards on September 15th. Livia Stoianova and Yassen Samouilov, founders of On Aura Tout Vu, will preside over the jury.