Discover the conferences of the Salon International de la Lingerie
More than ever, Le Salon International de la Lingerie and Interfilière Paris are gathered to propose you a 100% winning experience.
Brands, exhibitors, conferences, experiences sharing, networking. Everything is available to discover, to find inspiration, to answer to your issues.
Lingerie and Swim news are still evolving since the Covid-19 pandemic. If some issues were recurrent, others are becoming more necessary today.
Focus on the details of the conferences program and on the speaker’s presentations to make this edition a success.
All conferences are in french and translate in english!
Sport and Wellness Trends FW23-24 by Adrian Verin – CARLIN CREATIVE TREND BUREAU
SATURDAY JUNE 18 FROM 11 AM TO 12 PM
The practice of Yoga is more popular than ever and is evolving toward a less sculpted and more romantic approach, in response to the wellness movement, which was highlighted during the lockdowns we’ve all experienced.
At the same time, in a market where the desire for comfort has become a new pre-requisite, we’re seeing new product categories emerge adapted to consumers’ hybrid lifestyles, between the office and home.
The concept of Workleisure is gaining ground…Carlin will offer the chance during its talk to discover the new rules of sports apparel, from yoga to workleisure, for A/W 2023-24.
Adrian Verin is a graduate of the EMN Business School in France, with a specialization in marketing and business management. He also studied international trade and intercultural marketing at Concordia University in Montreal.
He began his career at Carlin Creative trend agency as a Business Development Manager, where he merged all his strategic and creative talents. In 2018, Adrian advanced within this corporate group and took on the management of international business development at INMOUV, the sports subsidiary of this Parisian trend analysis firm.
Understanding yourself through Human Design by Mélissa Simonot
SATURDAY JUNE 18 FROM 12 PM TO 12:30 PM
Human Design is a unique system based on your birth information that blends several tools like astrology and quantum physics to provide you with unique and crucial information about yourself.
This powerful tool describes with incredible accuracy the way you are meant to use your energy, make decisions, cultivate opportunities, communicate, be in relationships, take care of your wellness and more!
First Fashion press officer then cocktails bar co-founder and sport coach. Theses different steps, realized between Marseille, Londres, New York and Paris, composed what she is now. Human Design’s specialist today, Mélissa is passionated about all that constitutes the deeper self, she explores since many years and many ways how to discover and better understand oneself.
Tipping point of circularity by Aude Penouty – ENTADA TEXTILE
SATURDAY JUNE 18 FROM 3 PM TO 4 PM
In order to delve into the subject of cradle to cradle and to support a series of publications about circularity & sourcing, a talk is organized to scan the issues and solutions in sourcing. If innovations can provide answers to the major challenges facing the industry, what are the realities and limits of circularity in sourcing?
Aude Penouty is a fashion expert and cultural mediator with over 12 years of experience as a fashion designer. She has worked on 3 different continents, Europe (in Paris and Milan), the Americas (New York), and Asia (Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam).
Having recently settled in Europe, she has worked with renowned international names in the fashion industry, such as lingerie brands, sourcing firms, agents, and trend consulting agencies.
In 2007, she received her Master’s degree in Fashion Design from the Domus Academy in Milan, Italy. Before this, she had studied lingerie design at ESMOD in Paris.
In 2014, she founded a fashion design and consulting firm in Vietnam. Entada Textile has close ties with Southeast Asia, where most of its clients’ products are made. Newly relocated to France, Entada Textile now works with its network of local consultants in Asia, Southwestern Africa, and Europe.
As a designer, she is eternally on the lookout for new talent and sharpens her curious mind through music, a surprising booklist, fashion, dance, and travel.
Renewal of the Product Offer for a reinvented creative market by Vanessa Causse – TRENDFORECASTER
SUNDAY JUNE 19 FROM 10 AM TO 11 AM
Decryption of the major underlying trends in the GlobalSwimwear and Lingerie market, understand the material, colour, shape and pattern aspirations for Winter 22-23 and Summer 23, through an analysis of new Lifestyle behaviours.
With decades of expertise in the fashion and design industry, Vanessa has been passionately engaged in every aspects related to trend decoding, color & design creation, market analysis and project management. Vanessa is currently a trend forecaster for Comexposium, responsible for creative marketing, trend forecasting on lingerie & swimwear, scenography, brand analysis as well as inspiration tool creations. Her creativity in fashion and unique insights of the constantly evolving market environment have brought inspirations and solutions to not just Comexposium global trade shows but also the whole bodyfashion industry.
Reconsumption and the challenge of deconsumption: new challenges for CSR by Dominique Demoinet
SUNDAY JUNE 19 FROM 11 AM TO 12 PM
It’s no longer a question of knowing if we should consume less, or better, nor of knowing if we should consume differently, and why. One thing is for sure: we should all consume less, better, and differently, in terms of fashion, even more so than for other items.
The question that needs an answer is, “How?”. How do we fulfill this now clear desire from the consumer who is ready to radically change their purchasing behavior and shift how they shop?
Though they may be ready to behave responsibly and sustainably, consumers expect much more from companies and expect them to do much better. And they’re saying so: 83% of them think that a firm should only make a profit if they are having a positive impact on society. Whether they’re eco-invested or eco-distant, eco-modernist or eco-skeptical, utopians or realists, consumers have well and truly changed their opinions on companies. It’s now up to these firms to make consumers want to shop again, through a powerful and convincing commitment and by relying on the product, which once made them dream, but now conveys certain values.
Signed during the height of the health crisis, the Fashion Pact defined crucial goals for the fashion and textile industry. It represents a big step forward. But the crisis we’re experiencing calls for much more. It must be an accelerator for change. One company’s reason for existing will not be enough to change things. If all firms decide to change their model and strategy, then, perhaps, we might be able to pass along the keys to a better world to the Alpha and Beta generations.
*Zeno 2020 Study: “Strength of Purpose”, conducted about 75 brands, among 8000 consumers in 8 countries (the United Kingdom, Canada, the United States, France, China, India, Singapore, and Malaysia)
Dominique DEMOINET-HOSTE, a professional journalist, has dedicated her life to the fashion and textile industries. A journalist at the Journal du Textile for over 15 years, she oversaw men’s fashion and sportswear, lingerie & corsetry, and décor & home. As an athlete, she then worked with a variety of sports and outdoor trade publications, for around a decade. She fell in love with the world of technical fabrics, high-tech fibers, and technological innovations. She then turned to the world of trade fairs, undertaking the editorial management of various publications (newsletters, press kits, etc.). She worked with Expofil, Tissu Premier, Made in France, Sport Achat, the Salon International de la Lingerie, and the International Forum for brand futures (Empreintes). After founding her firm in 2001 as DLD Consultant, she joined Interfilière Paris to head up the editorial department for their technical dossiers and for news publications about the fair, as well as organizing and hosting themed talks.
The Lingerie Market in figures by Hélène Janicaud – KANTAR
SUNDAY JUNE 19 FROM 3 PM TO 4 PM
Kantar offers their analysis of lingerie market trends and the impact of the pandemic on purchasing behaviors. They will also present key factors to optimally target shoppers.
Hélène JANICAUD has more than 15 years of expertise in the fashion market, through the analysis of the shopper. After 10 years of advising retailers and manufacturers in this market, she took over the Fashion Insights division at Kantar Worldpanel in 2009 and she is now responsible for the coordination of the business while managing the press relations and external events.
NO(W) Gender x No Beauty by Madame Ilma and Ana-Li
MONDAY JUNE 20 FROM 10 AM TO 11 AM
Should we still be using a gendered strategy when society offers new possibilities?
Though historically, pink was a color that expressed virility, what does it mean now that Millennials have made it their own?
We’ll discuss the gender issue from a sociological and strategic perspective by presenting disruptive initiatives such as NO BEAUTY, founded by Ana-Li Mraovitch, a unisex, inclusive, vegan brand of care products.
Ines Renaudin is the founder of MADAME ILMA, a creative foresight and consulting firm. Convinced of the power of Louise Bourgeois’ statement that “Art is a guarantee of sanity”, Madame Ilma crafts strategies for creative and innovative brands. Ines Renaudin is also an exhibition curator and design-history and marketing instructor.
Ana-Li Mraovitch is the founder of NO BEAUTY, a range of unisex, inclusive, vegan care products.
After working for many years as a photo stylist in Paris and New York, she decided to leave this field behind to establish NO BEAUTY.
The stereotype of gendered products and the lack of diversity in cosmetics led Ana-Li and her associate Linda to create a range of conscious and healthy products that everyone can use.
A/W 2023-24 Lingerie Trends: the place of sexy products within a sea of comfort confort by Virginie Corbasson – CARLIN CREATIVE TREND BUREAU
MONDAY JUNE 20 FROM 11 AM TO 12 PM
Lockdowns and the shift to telecommuting have changed consumers’ lifestyles and amplified their appetite for everyday products that are comforting and make life easier.
The lingerie market thus now finds itself polarized around matters of comfort and the end of all forms of stereotypes, discrimination, and taboos, allowing a plethora of ultra-minimalist innerwear to emerge.
What is the new place of sexiness in a market that has been traditionally guided by this aesthetic? And what new directions are appearing to bring new energy to the “comfort” market?
At this talk, the Carlin agency will present the new rules of sexy, along with directions to renew “comfort” lingerie, looking ahead to A/W 2023-24.
Virginie Corbasson, a graduate of Neoma Business School with a specialization in marketing and international business, first worked in California and North Africa in the world of start-ups and interior decor. In France, from 2002 to 2005, she was Sales Manager for Peclers Paris. Eager to discover other ways of living and other cultures, she seized the opportunity to go live in Russia and Bulgaria from 2005 to 2010. When she returned, she joined the Carlin Group as Sales Manager, then headed up the France and International Sales division.
How the Metaverse and digitalization are influencing the aesthetics of fashion, lingerie & athleisure, presented by Elisabeth Prat – PECLERS PARIS
MONDAY, JUNE 20 FROM 3 PM TO 4 PM
As an analyst of the world that surrounds us, the Peclers idea lab partners with the Interfilière show to try to explain the phenomenon that’s more than just a buzzword and analyzes how the Metaverse and digitalization are influencing the aesthetics of fashion, lingerie & athleisure.
Join our expert, Elisabeth Prat, for an exclusive talk, and discover:
What is the artistic and creative potential of this phenomenon?
What new societal and consumer trends are emerging from the Metaverse?
What changes is it prompting in consumer behavior, and what is its stylistic impact?
Elisabeth Prat Dard, Director of Fashion Trends at Peclers Paris, has been part of this firm for 37 years. Her challenge: seek out and identify tomorrow’s trends.
Elisabeth is a member of their Board of Directors and oversees the agency’s major aesthetic directions, which are expressed in their trend notebooks.
She ensures the coherence of the firm’s fashion vision and hosts encounters and consultations to define this vision, which is made up of a mix of viewpoints from around 50 designers in France and China who work in a variety of sectors.
“Fashion keeps me going and still makes me dream, at a time when it’s undergoing massive change and controversy; I believe in its power!”