On the opening day of the Pitti Bimbo childrenswear show in Florence, the Italian fashion industry's employers association published the sector's 2018 results: revenue was €2.98 billion, up 4.2% thanks to exports.
The next sessions of the Parisian fashion trade shows will start on Friday June 21, featuring the well-established Tranoï and Man/Woman events, as well as the maiden Parisian edition of Danish show CIFF.
In September, the organiser of Who’s Next will launch a new show, Impact, alongside its established one, bringing together the industry players that are driving the change towards a more responsible fashion.
The Florentine menswear event, which ended on Friday with a slight downturn in visitors, introduced a new exhibition area and fresh initiatives, including its first-ever show dedicated to outdoor wear.
As a guest of honour at Pitti Uomo, the Parisian luxury brand dazzled the public on Wednesday with an energetic menswear show that was firmly rooted in its time and set in the rustic, poetic scene of the Villa Palmieri.
The children’s wear trade show Playtime will host its 26th edition in Paris from June 29 to July 1. Five hundred children’s fashion and lifestyle brands will take part in the event with the theme “Metamorphosis”.
Massimo Giorgetti will return to Pitti Uomo to celebrate MSGM’s 10th anniversary with a Florence show, June 13. The designer reveals the key to his success, projects, and how he sees fashion today to FashionNetwork.com.
Pure London’s upcoming show in July will showcase over 700 brands, including sustainable labels and premium names, as well as present the opportunity to discuss the industry’s latest developments in a series of talks.
The denim trade fair attracted more than 2,500 visitors to the Lombardy capital of on 28-29 May 2019. A dynamic edition which offered industry insiders the opportunity to connect with Italian fashion brands.
The festival dedicated to denim is set to kick off on Saturday, boasting over 75 exhibitors, as well as panels, shows, exhibits and shopping opportunities, all linked to the event’s theme: “Denim From The Ground Up”.