A series of meetings on changes and new opportunities in the fashion industry

What does the future hold for the fashion world?
Fashion is a strategic sector for Italy and represents a heritage that our country has to protect. 

This will be the main theme of The age of new Visions, a cycle of 3 digital meetings on change, visions and new opportunities in the fashion system, organized by UniCredit in collaboration with Pitti Immagine and with the participation of the Camera Nazionale della Moda (National Chamber of Fashion) and AltaRoma.

The initiative is part of the broader UniCredit per l’Italia project, committed to supporting the key sectors of Made in Italy, of which fashion represents excellence. 

There will be sector experts, entrepreneurs, stylists, innovators, institutions and consultants to discuss the epochal changes we are experiencing. They will trace directions, share ways of seeing and offer ideas to navigate the complex scenario of the Fashion sector.

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Meetings’ focus

Fashion: new models of communication and new consumers

Florence, November 10th, 2020
11 am - 1 pm CET
Responsible consumers are here to stay: the complex period we are living has been inevitably changing our consumption habits, making a more responsible and informed consumption the new normal. Industry brands are quickly aligning their strategies to not only talk about responsibility, but to demonstrate it and meet the needs of customers, especially those from emerging targets.

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Fashion: E-Commerce and digitalisation

Milan, Novembre 24th, 2020
3 pm - 5 pm CET
New E-Commerce channels, such as online marketplaces, social networks and the new frontiers of digital relations (like virtual showrooms between brands, buyers and retailers), are generating a profound evolution of the business in the fashion sector, introducing more agile models to quickly emerge from crisis.

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Fashion and sustainability

Rome, December 1st, 2020
3 pm - 5 pm CET
Sustainability trends are redesigning the fashion industry, which is heading towards its fourth industrial revolution in a green key, confirming the sensitivity of the major players towards a lifestyle that contributes to collective well-being.

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