CNMI and Chinastone co-organize “When Ningbo-Fenghua meets MilanO Fashion Week”


Posted: October 14, 2021 at 12:22 a.m. CDT|Update: 1 hour ago

NINGBO, China, October 14, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana (CNMI) is pleased to announce its second year of collaboration with Chinastone to co-host the “When Ningbo · Fenghua Meets Milano Fashion Week” – CNMI * IFIU 2021 International Fashion Summit , a 3rd day of celebration which will take place at the end of November in Fenghua, Ningbo. The summit aims to create a conversation about the Sino-Italian fashion industry, promote the exchange of culture and resources, present valuable opportunities to promising brands and designers, strengthen the Sino fashion industrial network -italian and achieve results-oriented cooperation.

Promoting the heritage of Italian fashion as well as Italian brands and fashion designers on the world stage is one of CNMI’s key missions. As one of the most important fashion markets, China has a long term relationship and a close relationship with Italy. CNMI has initiated and launched relevant fashion activities, both online and offline, in China since 2020.

Chinastone Industrial Services Group is one of from China largest professional organizations in management consulting and industrial services. Through its own IP International Fashion Industry United (IFIU), Chinastone is committed to its “3 + 3 Strategy”, a strategic solution that integrates 3 global resources of “Material, Brand, Design” with 3 Chinese resources “Manufacturing, Channels of retail sales, Market Know-how “, aiming not only to support and accompany global brands entering China market while guiding Chinese brands on the world stage, but also incubating promising designers to help them flourish.

The 3-day summit in Fenghua, Ningbo will take place in a unique and brand new location on Mount XueDou, with the support of the Fenghua government which has a vision of showcasing the city’s artisan heritage and fashion characteristics. While Ningbo directed from China industrial digitization and sustainable development, it is also the focus of one of the from China the most important intangible cultural heritage, Chinese costume making (Hong Band), which absorbed the essences of western tailoring and then evolved into a unique technique with a strong focus on customization.

The event will bring together key industry leaders, top trade representatives, renowned brands and designers, leading media and government officials to participate in a range of activities, mainly forums from industry and B2B meetings, fashion shows, static exhibitions, presenting the history of Italian fashion. , the heritage of Chinese clothing craftsmanship and emerging Italian designers.

“As Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana, we are very happy to reconfirm the great collaboration with Chinastone to co-organize this important event,“comments Carlo Capassa, president of the Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana. “I believe that creating a bridge in the Sino-Italian fashion industry and promoting the exchange of culture is of fundamental importance and I am very proud that 9 of our associated and emerging brands, both strong and established and young creators have agreed to participate in this initiative and strengthen this cultural exchange. “

The 3-Day Fashion Summit will feature 9 Italian fashion brands.

The opening show will be hosted by a special guest Laura Biagiotti, one of the brands that made the history of Made in Italy, which will present a selection of striking creations specially chosen for the event. Laura Biagiotti was the first Italian brand to present a fashion show at China in 1988.

Antonio Marras will close the event with a show on the last day, dedicated to Italian craftsmanship and tradition.

Two other parades will be organized during the event: by Drome, a brand dedicated to the transformation of leather, which represents a strategic industry and a fundamental component of Italy manufacture, and by Marco rambaldi, a new talent from Milan Fashion Week.

In addition, five emerging brands, Laura Strambi, Michèle Chiocciolini, Gilberto Calzolari, Daniele Amato, Gentile Catone will present its collections in a static exhibition.

Since the inauguration of CNMI’s partnership with Chinastone in 2020, the two organizations will once again join forces to promote Sino-Italian fashion trade and cultural exchanges, with the aim of connecting East and West, by connecting the past and the future.

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