By  on June 16, 2009

MILAN — Italy’s fashion industry is thawing at last, according to the country’s Chamber of Fashion, following the “frost” that numbed the industry in 2008.

“While 2009 started off in the worst possible way, the past two months revealed better-than-expected retail sales, boosted by early summer weather and a newfound shopping drive,” said Mario Boselli, head of the chamber, during a presentation Monday of Milan’s four-day Men’s Fashion Week, which kicks off Saturday.

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