The traditional rendezvous in Achim with technological innovation scheduled for this coming fall will be pushed back to 2021 because of the medical emergency.
UNIC – Unione Nazionale Industria Conciaria
A “smart” event at Fieramilano Rho will replace September’s Lineapelle fair which will be held together with all the “Made in Italy” fashion shows and fairs. The socioeconomic instability caused by Covid-19 has forced organisers to make an alternative choice.
According to Sistema Moda Italia, the textile, fashion and accessory sector is estimated to lose from 7 to 9 billion euros for 2020
(Data by Confindustria Moda’s Research Centre, May 2020)
(Elaborazione a cura del Centro Studi di Confindustria Moda, maggio 2020)
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Fulgar, an Italian excellence and world leader in the manufacture of innovative man-made fibre yarns, presents the eco-friendly QNOVA® PURE BLACK yarn, developed in line with advanced eco-design criteria
The area dedicated to the creative excellences of the Florentine fair showcased the new fashion and lifestyle trends, with suggestions and useful ideas for buyers and designers
Recognised for its know-how, Tessitura Attilio Imperiali is highly regarded by national and international designers and companies for its experimental collections and for the high quality of its fabrics and materials
This has been talked about for years and now it seems a done deal: next October FFANY will go under the aegis of FDRA. Only the final approval of FDRA's Management Board is missing.
It will enable to further enforce the tight network of international relationships that have always formed the strategic advantage of the event and will provide operators with a tool for monitoring and interpreting market trends.
Important news from the Riva del Garda exhibition that anticipate the Winter edition.
Footwear manufacturing processses and environmental aspects
PALF – the Pan African Leather Fair promotes a webinar for discussing challenges and opportunities for the industry of African leather in the times of Covid-19
The event ended with excellent numbers, except for Chinese visitors, proving that the uncertainties of the eve were wrong, and continued to keep the attention focused on sustainability issues.
The “Made in Italy” technologies and solutions currently available to the Fashion industry and specifically to the Leather supply chain, have reached today levels of technological innovation that were unthinkable only a decade ago.
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