Pitti Uomo was planned for January, but is reportedly set to shift to February. The White Milano show in February might move to March, while the Milan Fashion Week has confirmed the dates of its next phygital edition.
The resurgence of Covid-19 in Europe is increasing the uncertainty surrounding September fashion events. Trade show and fashion week organisers are trying to cope, amidst postponements, cancellations and online options.
Rebaptised WSM Fashion Reboot, the Italian trade fair, which will take place in Milan from 11 to 12 January, will be focused on sustainable development, shining a spotlight on eco-friendly brands and projects.
The "Made in Italy" authorities, led by the President of the Camera della Moda, Carlo Capasa, have sounded the alarm and appealed to public authorities to confirm their support for the country’s fashion industry.
The Italian trade show has teamed up with Danish trade show Revolver to curate a special section featuring 15 Scandinavian labels. Pitti Uomo also announced optical patterns as the theme of the upcoming fair in June.
The Spring/Summer 2018 Fashion Week which drew to a close in Milan on Monday, dazzled with its energy and, amidst fashion show performances and glamorous events, revealed an ultra-feminine silhouette on the runways.
The Milanese fair has been incorporated into the Shanghai Fashion Week calendar with the 'Style Routes to Shanghai' project, which will see 56 Made in Italy companies showcased next to the On Time trade show.