As fashion houses in Italy dedicate their collections to the Year of the Tiger, the reliance on suppliers in China may rise to the surface.
In a time of crisis and fear, is retreating in one’s country the best plan? Or shouldn’t we all be acting together, as people, as families, as a Union?
A macro-look at Milan as host amidst a flurry of pressures from within and without the high fashion world.
At the start of the pandemic, the outlook for Italian businesses was gloomy. But despite everything, many firms have done great things.
How does the Italian fashion industry take action to preserve and adapt the country’s fragile supply chain against another Covid-19 blow?
While local businesses are adapting to the “new normal,” Little Italy in the Bronx is also doing their part to give back to the community