Italian fashion executives often have divergent views of the fashion world as they fiercely battle to maintain their market niche against their local competitors as well as those from overseas.
But there is one topic on which they are in complete unison: Made in Italy craftsmanship. Their remarks, filled with pride and pleasure in the unique skills of Italian artisans and the pipeline that stretches from raw materials to finished goods, are quasi lyrical.
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