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Milano Unica's F/W edition to be held in July as of 2017
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Sep '16
Courtesy: Milano Unica
Courtesy: Milano Unica
Milano Unica has decided to reposition the F/W edition of its international textile-accessories exhibition to July  2017 from September, following requests from the market and the textile industry. This shift makes Milano Unica, the Italian textiles and accessories trade show, one of the first international textile fairs to be held in the world calendar. 

“My special thanks go to those entrepeneurs who did not want this change and who, nonetheless, with a teamwork spirit decided to accept it and will be present next July 2017. The decision to anticipate is a quick reply to the ongoing world changes. It will not be easy for the mills to finish their collections two months before the traditional appointment, but I believe we will all work harder than ever in order to showcase the most complete collections to our clients, “said Ercole Botto Poala, president, Milano Unica.

Poala added, “Milano Unica is made by entrepeneurs for entrepeneurs. May be some mills will not participate but I hope, I’m certain, that many new brands, especially for womenswear fabrics, will join us to surprise the world, to offer the best of services required and deserved by the market, to be groundbreaking, to be the unique landmark for the top-end community.”

“I believe the decision taken by Milano Unica is proof of the best entrepreneurial spirit and courage, the courage that ancipates and accepts the changes by overcoming difficulties and promoting successful new achievements. I trust the new timing will strengthen the international competitiveness of the exhibition and will generously contribute to the excellence of the entire pipeline,” said Ivan Scalfarotto, undersecretary of economic development. (HO)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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