The world's premier menswear show ended on Thursday evening with a positive outcome, welcoming 4,900 buyers in total, more than double the attendance of the June session, and auguring well for the rest of the season.
The Première Vision New York show will be held again at Center415 on Fifth Avenue on January 18-19. It isn’t yet a return to normalcy, though foreign buyers will be able to attend following the US borders’ reopening.
They may be letting unvaccinated tennis players into Australia, but here at Pitti Uomo 101 in Florence, Covid passes are obligatory, each entrant is temperature checked, and everyone wears a PPF8 masks.
The Florentine show is the first event to take place in physical format at the start of 2022. Despite being hit by the renewed Covid-19 surge, it will showcase more than 500 exhibitors from January 11 to 13.
On February 9-12 2022, the association of Istanbul-based apparel exporters (IHKIB) is staging, jointly with Istanbul Fashion Connection, a new trade show centred on Turkish fashion for men, women and children.
Due to the pandemic’s renewed surge, the Man show has cancelled its January 21-23 session, set to be held again at the Vendôme Pavilion in Paris. The show’s New York edition will go ahead as planned on January 26-28.
As Covid’s Omicron variant spreads in France, the government has restricted attendance to major public events in January. The Who's Next show has confirmed its dates, but Maison&Objet has been postponed to March.
Due to the worsening pandemic situation and challenges facing foreign visitors/ exhibitors travelling to Paris, the organisers have postponed trade shows Salon International de la Lingerie and Interfilière to June 18-20.
The Milanese show's next edition will be held on February 24-27 at the Superstudio Più and Ex Ansaldo venues, and will grow its exhibition area to 18,000 m2 with two extra locations, Mudec and the Visconti Pavilion.