THE SALON INTERNATIONAL DE LA LINGERIE AND INTERFILIÈRE PARIS CLOSED THEIR DOORS ON MONDAY, JUNE 20TH AFTER 3 DAYS FULL OF ENCOUNTERS, DISCOVERIES, AND EVENTS, CONCLUDING A MARVELOUS SESSION POSTPONED TO THE SUMMER THAT SIGNALED A RETURN TO BUSINESS AFTER A TWO-AND-A-HALF YEARS’ ABSENCE OF THIS UNIFYING EVENT FOR THE ENTIRE INDUSTRY.
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Back to business event Salon Paris
This back-to-business edition, so eagerly awaited, offered the entire industry a program of festive discoveries of new brand and supplier collections in LINGERIE X LOUNGEWEAR X SWIMWEAR X ACTIVEWEAR. VISITORS 45% French 55% international Buyers and exhibitors also appreciated the events that were held alongside the shows, which facilitated friendly discussions and the sharing of this same passion that drives us all and makes these shows truly unique places for enriching encounters. This edition marked the return of top-quality visitors, in line with expectations for the 2 shows, which offered a comprehensive overview of the marketplace. The 45% French and 55% international visitors hailed the diversity of products, beauty of the show spaces, quality of the talks on offer, the inspiring program of Live content available, and, finally, the joyful and optimistic spirit of inclusiveness. And so, the Salon International de la Lingerie offered a new experience where the human factor is clearly at the heart of the conversation, and Interfilière Paris, a driver of new ideas, inspired its visitors, all in a cheerful atmosphere.
The Salon International de la Lingerie closed its doors on Monday, June 20th after 3 days full of encounters, discoveries, and events, concluding a marvelous session postponed to the summer that signaled a return to business after a two-and-a-half years’ absence of this unifying event for the entire industry.
The Salon was a spectacular event and was conducted in the back to business atmosphere after COVID pandemic.