These days in Paris hosts the summer session of one of the most important international fashion exhibitions – Who’s Next-Pret-a-Porter Paris. Designer Anastasia Ivanova went on it to promote their brand, and at the same time leads from there a blog for Tochka.net. Previously we published her impressions about the first day of the exhibition, today Anastasia told the second:

In Paris today, the lovely Sunny weather, really want to walk on the famous town. But the thing above all! So the Eiffel tower until we see only from the Windows of the taxi. The biggest stream of people WHO’S NEXT – in the first and second day. Approximately 40 000 buyers and journalists daily visited the exhibition.

To our booth received many guests from Asia, China, Japan and Arabic Эмиратав, it is felt that more and more rich become these countries and their market needs designer brands.

Nice that my mission is to develop Ukrainian fashion in the world is shared by other Ukrainian designers. I came over to visit the stand of our Odessa designer Larisa Lobanova, she at this show for more than four years and successfully presented his collection. Here such interesting labels in the form of pupae it gives to the clients.

Who's Next

And next door to our stand is one of my favorite Ukrainian designers Olena DATS. Olena also shared their results: it turns out she already has orders from its regular buyers from France and Italy. We celebrated their first orders directly at the exhibition.

Who's Next

Exhibition is so big that work around it all, you can only four days. Walking through the halls, I find a lot of creative things and installations. The exhibition is divided into thematic sections: clothes, shoes, accessories. Besides, Who’s next is held simultaneously with Eclat de Mode – BIJORHCA 2013 and the exhibition-fair of fashionable accessories Premiere classe. Judging by the presented exhibits, season spring-summer 2013 promises to be very bright. Most brands chooses for their collections yellow, orange, blue and green.

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