The luxury veteran behind Pitti Immagine explains how the Italian trade show group will evolve in the face of threats to the B2B system and double down on the visitor experience with an ‘obsessive’ attention to detail.
The German e-tailer has grown into a profitable $400 million business. Now, it’s hoping to crack the $32 billion menswear market.
With its return to Milan Fashion Week Men’s next January, Ferragamo is the latest brand to step away from the co-ed show trend. But what’s the strategic rationale behind this?
Launching a Nicolas Ghesquière or Hedi Slimane brand is risky business, even for a major conglomerate, due to high capital expenditure requirements and the quandary of trademark ownership.
The acclaimed French brand headed up by Glenn Martens will present its Autumn/Winter 2019 collection at the Italian trade show in January.
From its launch in 1975, the Florentine tradeshow Pitti Immagine Bimbo has played a leadership role in the evolution of the childrenswear market.
Suket Dhir is the winner of the 2015/16 International Woolmark Prize for Menswear.
The Vogue Italia editor on Dubai's fashion potential and what the future holds for the next generation of designers.
In a digital age, success depends on execution and innovation.
Italy’s new prime minister Matteo Renzi is focused on tackling the many problems facing Italy’s fashion sector, sparking new hope across the industry. Will he succeed?
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Since its inception, Pitti Uomo has grown into the largest and most influential menswear trade show of its kind. In the second instalment of a two-part series, we examine how Pitti Uomo became a global player.