XIX edition of Milano Unica
The 19th edition of the Italian Textiles Trade Show Milano Unica will run from September 9-11 2014 at Fieramilanocity.
Exhibitors are exclusively Italian and European and represent the excellence of textile and accessory production for men and women. This edition will feature 411 exhibitors, 74 from abroad.
The event will present a new section dedicated to the garment-dyed supply chain, the Japan Observatory and the synergy with Lineapelle, which has come back to Milan after many years.
'All the new projects follow a leitmotif that echoes the concept of synergy among the various players operating in the area of Made-in-Italy excellence. As President of Milano Unica I have always considered fostering teamwork a priority. The results of this edition provide additional, motivating evidence. Results that benefit from the atmosphere of change on many fronts', said Silvio Albini.
Eight designers, selected from the 50 who participated in the project, will be featured at the inauguration event of Milano Unica on September 9, 2014, through a series of installations inside the Sozzani Gallery. The installations will highlight the important results achieved by the designers, also thanks to On Stage, and reprise the most significant moments, from the evocative show on the Naviglio to the last edition with the fashion show-event in Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II.
In addition to Europe, Fieramilanocity will also host a more international project in the traditional textile-accessory segment, entirely dedicated to Japan. 'We believe that it is necessary to develop new bridges, open new visions, create occasions for new experiences that enable us to benefit reciprocally and gain impetus in opening up to the new world. In the light of this, starting from the next edition, the Italian Textiles Trade Show will combine Italy's and Europe's top productions with the equally high quality and highly specialised Japanese production', commented Silvio Albini.
For more information, visit: www.milanounica.it
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