FRANCE: Retro Styles At The Fore, But Fabric Stays High-Tech
Now in its third session since last February's merger of the two principal French childrenswear events, Mode Enfantine and Monde de l'Enfant, the first Planete 0-l6 of 200l attracted eighty exhibitors from ten countries to the Porte de Versailles exhibition centre in Paris. In view of the growing closeness in styling of adult and childrenswear, it was probably a wise decision to schedule the show at a time when no fewer than nine trade fairs offering fashion apparel, specialist clothing, fabric and accessories were taking place in the Porte de Versailles complex along with a designer event at the Carousel du Louvre.
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