Next may 27th & 28th will take place the XVI edition of this event in the city of Barcelona.

One of the biggest fabric tradefair dedicated to the professionals of the denim and fashion world is here to show the new trends and evolution of one of the textures that is always present in the wardrobe of any person no matter race, age, genre nor social status.

The event organized by Première Vision and originated in Paris takes places twice a year since 2.007. For this edition is expected to achieve more tan 4.000 international visitors that will enjoy the 97 exhibitors from 20 countries bringing together from clothing and accesories manufacturers to fiber producers and technology developers.

Among the most important activities of the program a seminar called DenimTrend Tasting will take place for the first time on the tradeshow agenda. During this meeting, experts on fabrics, styles, clothing manufacturing and finishing touch will discuss about the creative proposals and influences that will inspire the Autumn-Winter season trends for 2016-2017.

On 2014, the event featured artistic representations taking the denim endurance bayond limits. Bike and skate acrobats and dancers from different styles were part of a concept called Gangs of Denim. For 2015, using the name of Contellation, they promise to introduce innovation and technology adnvances from all main players of the denim industry.

We invite all fans of blue jeans, jean jackets, colored or dyed jeans and lovers of all ways this fabric is represented to look for your free entrace and attend to the Denim Preimère Vision at Fira Montjüic in Barcelona.

So put on your favourite denim piece and be part of the evolution of a fabric which history goes back to the XVI century and will keep being part of the world of fashion.

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