Members of Italy's fashion industry association have made 150 positions available at their companies for Ukrainians fleeing from their country, who will be hired at various production sites across Italy.
Ermenegildo Zegna has reported strong 2021 results and confirmed its outlook for the current year after beating its expectations, with low-teens revenue growth and improved profit on an adjusted EBIT basis.
Milan Week announces nearly 170 presentations over five days with 67 shows, only eight in digital format. This season will welcome ten new names and see the return of Gucci, Bottega Veneta, and Trussardi.
Made in Italy sales grew by more than 6% compared to the pre-pandemic year of 2019, thanks to the Chinese, American and French markets, marking a clear recovery for the fashion industry, which grew by almost 21% in 2021.
MFW, scheduled to be held from Feb. 22 to 28, will feature 71 shows, with only six in digital format. Ten new brands will be introduced while major labels such as Bottega Veneta, Diesel and Gucci return to the catwalks.
The White trade show, in association with Camera Showroom Milano and CNMI, has reiterated the importance of going ahead with the session scheduled on February 24-27, in parallel with Milan Fashion Week Women.
Missing Armani, the Milan fashion week scheduled on January 14-18 will feature 16 physical shows and 18 digital ones. Among the events, a unique installation in homage to Virgil Abloh at the Louis Vuitton store.
The Milanese show's next edition will be held on February 24-27 at the Superstudio Più and Ex Ansaldo venues, and will grow its exhibition area to 18,000 m2 with two extra locations, Mudec and the Visconti Pavilion.
The denim brand led by Glenn Martens will make its Milan Fashion Week debut in February, joining a womenswear calendar that will also see Gucci, Bottega Veneta and Dsquared2 show for 1,200 international buyers.