By Retail Insider
Italian Fashion in Toronto – Mission to Canada for Scalfarotto.
CNA Federmoda is set to launch “WeLoveModainItaly Toronto” on January 28 and 29, 2020 as part of its commitment to support and promote Italian SMEs in the fashion sector.
The CNA Fashion Union’s companies, in partnership with Consorzio Moda in Italy, and with the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation as well as the Italian Trade Agency, will showcase a selection of Fall-Winter 2020/2021 collections to the fashion industry in Canada.
Event attendees will have the unique opportunity to network with some of Italy’s favourite brands in the hopes of cultivating possible commercial relationships in Canada. Brands and companies set to be participating in the exhibit include: Artico, Ave Caprice, Bovina, Colb, Daniele Callegari, Flò Sophie, Giulia Brunetti, Landi Fancy, Luca Della Lama, Martylò, Mod.E, Mori Castello, Rosanna Pellegrini, Roberta Gandolfi, Rossomenta, Suprema, and Zerosettanta Studio.
The relationship between “Made in Italy” and sustainability will serve as a theme throughout the event. A keynote presentation on the principles of “Made in Italy” – craftsmanship, exclusivity, quality and uniqueness – and its close connection to sustainability will be held on Tuesday, January 28, with opening remarks by Antonio Franceschini, CNA Federmoda National Manager.
In addition, President of Consorzio Moda in Italy, Mr. Roberto Corbelli, who is a specialist in research and analysis of trends, will further the discussion on agenda topics throughout the duration of the two-day affair.
As part of a trio representing the Italian Government, Undersecretary for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Ivan Scalfarotto, will assess the CETA agreement impact on trade exchange during his mission to Canada for “WeLoveModainItaly.”
He will be accompanied by the Italian Ambassador to Canada, H.E. Claudio Taffuri and the Italian Trade Commissioner to Canada, Matteo Picariello, as they continue to promote Italian SMEs in the fashion sector.
A meeting with the aforementioned Italian organizations and the National President of CNA Federmoda, Marco Landi, is scheduled to take place on January 29 in Toronto.
The CNA Federmoda Association – Joining together the textile, clothing, shoe, fur & leather, fashion, eyewear manufacturers, and affiliate businesses, the CNA Federmoda Association protects and represents approximately 25,000 small-scale manufacturers and other SMEs in the Italian fashion industry, both private-label producers and third-party manufacturers.
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