Fashion

Future For Fashion 2022

An economic system that involves more than 60 thousand companies and which represents the second manufacturing sector of the Italian industry. Fashion is the protagonist of the Future For Fashion 2022 event: two days of conversations, debates and round tables on the future of fashion as a cultural, industrial and social expression.

The event, organized by Confindustria Firenze and digitally amplified in collaboration with Vanity Fair, presents some of the most enlightened entrepreneurs and top managers who met on 25 and 25 March in the Salone de ‘500 in Palazzo Vecchio, the symbol of Florence, cradle of beauty and well-made, home city of some of the most famous fashion and luxury brands in the world, and of a manufacturing network of artisans, factories and suppliers with unique skills.

The digital event, streamed on the website and on the Facebook and Instagram channels of Vanity Fair Italia on 30 and 31 March from 2 pm, will be a collective reflection on the future of fashion and made in Italy, starting from Florence, but with a horizon national and international, to identify successful strategies, development guidelines and new paradigms of competitiveness.

On the first day – after the opening meeting of the event with Dario Nardella, Mayor of Florence, Maurizio Bigazzi, President of Confindustria Toscana and Confindustria Firenze, and Antonella Mansi, President of the Florence Center for Italian Fashion – Patrizio Bertelli, CEO of Prada, tells of the successes and prospects of the Prada Group. Ercole Botto Poala, Vice President of Confindustria Moda, Stefania Lazzaroni, General Director of the Altagamma Foundation, Carlo Capasa, President of the National Chamber of Italian Fashion, and Carlo Maria Ferro, President of the ICE Agency discuss the realities and expectations of the fashion system in Italy. Alfonso Dolce, CEO of Dolce & Gabbana, then talks about the supply chain and craftsmanship in a global context, while Luigi Salvadori, President of the CR Firenze Foundation, Leonardo Bassilichi, President of the Chamber of Commerce of Florence and Claudio Marenzi, President of Herno and President of Pitti explain why Florence is a place of success. Marco Palmieri, President and CEO of Piquadro SpA and The Bridge SpA, illustrates the importance of Florentine savoir faire for his company. Niccolò Ricci, CEO of Stefano Ricci SpA and Andrea Panconesi, Founder and President of LUISAVIAROMA.COM and Frediano Sebastiani, Chief Operating Officer of Ermanno Scervino, give their contribution on the strength of the Florentine brands in the world.

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