FLORENCE — Prato, Italy-based fabric producers kicked off the first edition of the Prima Moda Tessuto trade show last week after breaking away from Italian textile fair Milano Unica.
The show, which previewed winter fabrics from some 50 exhibitors, ran concurrent with Pitti Filati in the penthouse of the Fortezza da Basso fairgrounds. About 2,000 buyers from Japan, the U.S., Italy and other European countries in Europe attended.
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