The textile sourcing show that ended last Wednesday in Milan, the first major European trade event held post-lockdown, was able to fulfil expectations, despite a reduced number of exhibitors and foreign visitors.
Following optics trade show Silmo, independent contemporary and creative fashion brand trade show Man/ Woman announced it will join Première Classe and Who's Next at the Tuileries garden, Paris from October 2 to 4.
Few people play as pivotal a role in Italian fashion as Raffaello Napoleone, the chief executive officer of Pitti Imagine, whose twice-a-year menswear salon is, to many people, the top-ranked fashion salon anywhere.
In an exclusive interview, Agostino Poletto, general manager of trade show Pitti Immagine, gives FashionNetwork.com an initial assessment of Pitti Connect. The site, launched in July, hosts three virtual exhibitions.
The resurgence of Covid-19 in Europe is increasing the uncertainty surrounding September fashion events. Trade show and fashion week organisers are trying to cope, amidst postponements, cancellations and online options.
The denim supply chain trade show tour, originally set to take place in Guangzhou and Hangzhou on September 2 and 4, has been canceled in response to the Covid-19 pandemic and related travel restrictions.
Due to the health protection measures prompted by the Covid-19 crisis, the benchmark textile sourcing show scheduled on September 15-16 has been forced to cancel its physical edition, replacing it with a digital one.
Luxury watchmakers Bulgari and Breitling and a handful of Swiss brands are gathering in Geneva this week for a scaled-down industry exhibition, braving the coronavirus pandemic to try to revitalise demand.
Pitti Immagine has unveiled the website hosting all its trade shows until the end of October, featuring exhibitors’ collections and plenty of content and events, like ‘Sustainable Style’, headlined by Y/Project.
Pitti, fashion’s most important menswear trade fair, has praised the EU agreement to create a 750-billion-euro coronavirus recovery fund, and revealed more details of its plans to welcome Dolce & Gabbana in September.