MILAN — Trussardi celebrates its centennial anniversary tonight with a four-pronged event in Milan’s stunning 14th-century Castello Sforzesco. Held for the first time in the location’s Piazza D’Armi, the happening will include the first women’s show designed by consultant Umit Benan and events involving food, art and music.
“These are categories that we have been presenting for years, each under the Trussardi umbrella, but each autonomous and with its own excellence,” said Beatrice Trussardi, who took the helm of the company in 2003. “We are showing every aspect together as a single offer to present the Trussardi lifestyle,” she explained, also noting that these are “the four pillars of the Made in Italy production.”
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