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6-7 April 2016: Visit the EPV stand at the Made in France Première Vision trade show

On 6 and 7 April 2016, the Made in France Première Vision trade show will be held at the Carreau du Temple in Paris. Twenty Living Heritage Companies will be presenting their know-how and the EPV label and will welcome you at a dedicated stand. This trade show aims to bring together the French textile / apparel sector and promote all French producing regions: raw materials, accessories, finishing, garment making & knitting and so on.

Among those present, you will be able to meet 19 EPVs:

B-6: Auvinet, Ready-to-wear, Haute Couture
E-7: Borlis, Luxury accessories, corseting, leather passementerie
B-1: Cecile Henri Atelier, Art embroidery
A-6: Crambes, Manufacture of hats
A-12: Guillaumond Créations, Manufacture of scarves, shawls, ponchos, bonnets and gloves
D-14: Joly Chaussettes, Conception and production of socks from natural fibres
E-16: Jules Tournier & Fils, Wool spinning and weaving
B-10: Lazar Cuckovic Couture, Dressmaking, tailoring, theatrical costumes
A-8: Le Beret Français / Kanopi , Manufacture of felt and straw hats
B-15: Le Sac Du Berger, Manufacture of fur and leather articles
D-14: Manufacture Pyrénéenne, Manufacture of Pyrenees fabrics and clothing
B-9: Maroquinerie Philippe Serres,Leather goods
C-4: Perrin, Manufacture of socks, hosiery, gloves and hats
E-7: Pichard-Balme, Manufacture of institutional and religious medals
A-4: Société Choletaise De Fabrication, Manufacture of laces, straps, string, ribbons, braids, halyards and passementerie
A-2: Storia Intima Corsetterie Lingerie, Manufacture of prototypes of lingerie and corsets
C-6: Tanneries Pechdo, Tanning of cow, lamb and goat leather
D-6: Textile Du Maine, Haute-Couture, Ready-to-wear, Accessories
B-3: Satab, passementerie

We at EPV look forward to seeing you at stand D7.


Download the leaflet on EPVs at the Salon Made in France Première Vision

Useful information:

MADE IN FRANCE Première Vision
Carreau du temple – 2 rue Eugène Spuller – 75003 PARIS
Mercredi 6 avril 2015 : 9h à 18h
Jeudi 7 avril 2015 : 9h à 18h

20 March 2016