By  on September 27, 2019

MILAN — Inclusion was a key trend at TheOneMilano, which ran here Sept. 19 to 22 at Fieramilanocity. Inclusion was meant in its broadest sense: genderless fashion, styles that mix Eastern and Western culture, productions that respect the planet and the workers’ quality of life.

The fair showed a slight slowdown as it hosted 120 brands, compared with 140 in the previous September edition, and 22 percent of these were from outside of Italy. The number of visitors was in line with last edition, totaling 3,700, as general manager Elena Salvaneschi confirmed, but the closing figures showed a patchy distribution: buyers from France and Germany fell by 2 percent, while those from Spain and Great Britain grew at a double-digit pace. The rest of the world showed a stable trend.

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