The February session of Première Vision Paris once again won’t be staged physically, and will be replaced by a digital version scheduled on February 15-19, benefiting from several innovations in its e-marketplace.
Italy's benchmark textiles show, which had been one of the rare trade events to be staged physically in September, has announced that its February edition, showcasing the Spring/Summer 2022 collections, will go digital.
On Tuesday December 8, global trend forecasting agency FashionSnoops is bringing together a number of fashion show top executives to try to find answers to the questions about the future of trade shows.
Playtime, the trade show dedicated to the world of children, has cancelled the winter editions due to be held in Paris, New York and Shanghai. Organiser Picaflor emphasised however that Playtime continues online.
The Denim PV show has started its Denim Digital Week, scheduled from November 30 to December 4, an online event presenting new materials for the Spring/Summer 2022 and featuring conferences on the latest trends.
Following Pitti Uomo’s decision to postpone, Milan-based trade shows Micam, Mipel, Homi, Lineapelle and TheOneMilano have also pushed their dates back by one month, and will all be staged on March 20-24.
WSN Développement, the Parisian fashion show’s organiser, has announced that the event's January edition will not take place. Who's Next and Impact will have their own space at the Première Classe show on March 5-7.
Originally scheduled in January, Pitti Uomo’s winter edition will be held on February 21-23 together with the Pitti Bimbo and Pitti Filati shows (dedicated to childrenswear and yarns), all of them in physical format.
Pitti Uomo was planned for January, but is reportedly set to shift to February. The White Milano show in February might move to March, while the Milan Fashion Week has confirmed the dates of its next phygital edition.