Paris’ Première Classe 2016’s dedication is Gold & Boho
The big trends Gold & Boho has come up at the beginning of the 2016’s Paris’ Première Classe. Nearly a fourth of the 800 brand one-of-a-kind accessory, the show appearance is given over to jewelry ranges from costume to precious. The show ran from Jan. 22 to Jan. 25 for three days at the Porte de Versailles, next to Who’s Next.
Sylvie Pourrat, a show manager when asked about the high spot of this 800 brand trade show Paris, then she affirms the radiance of gold (yellow metal) in the show, as this time it is exclusively devoted to the accessories. The show ran for three days, from January 22 to 25, close to the side of Who’s Next as well as couple pavilions away from Bijorhca and Pourrat. Première classe was formed close to more than a fourth of a century ago to demonstrate three primary and complementary areas of the accessories. The accessories are shoes and bags in addition to the jewelry. Sylvie prodly proclaimes and added that they are even after 26 years, are the prominent place and platform for accessory creators. She too added, if jewelry is concerned then the January 2016 edition presents 180 jewelry brands such as Babylone Paris, Philippe Audibert as well as Chan Luu. The leading brands are offering costume jewelry along with commercial and precious jewelry. Along with the gold, the show is too showcasing boho styles from Rindu, a Belgium Brand on the show floor. The Portuguese brand, IZI.MI Porto-Vecchio displays a broad range of bead and fringe bronze jewelry.