The two-day textile trade fair showed Italy’s unique supply chain’s resilience and ability to pivot.
As Pitti Uomo marks its 100th edition, WWD looks back at the trade show’s defining moments through the years.
From the so called “peacocks” to the effortless chic look of international professionals flocking to Florence for the most important men’s event of the year, Pitti Uomo built a reputation for itself as the privileged stage for the most diverse and extravagant men’s street style.
Spinners at the three-day Florentine textile trade show displayed reassuring yarns and fanciful options.
The Pitti Bimbo children’s wear trade show makes a physical comeback in Florence from June 30 to July 2.
The three-day “phy-gital” trade show, that closed on June 21, showcased sustainable fashion in more ways than one, including panels and workshops.
With its five-year business plan, the trade show operator is planting the seeds to boost Milan’s attractiveness and support Italy’s SMEs.
The trade show organizer is hosting its next WSM “phygital” showcase June 19 to 21.
Pitti Uomo’s summer 2021 edition is running June 30 to July 2, while Salone del Mobile is scheduled for Sept. 5 to 10.
Despite the government’s green light, exhibitors of the furniture and interior design trade show seem unlikely to jump onboard.
The Luxe Pack and MakeUp in Paris trade shows also tweaked their annual schedules.
Organizers reveal their new brand identity, a tough focus on sustainability goals and uncertainty about how the pandemic will impact plans for a “hybrid” trade show and conference.
Tanneries at the two-day digital trade show showcased tactile and earth-toned leather, as well innovative and sustainable solutions for spring 2022.