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Future For Fashion 2023

A deep reflection on the evolution and future of fashionintended not only as a reference economic sector for the Made in Italy, but also as an expression cultural and social. The spotlights are turned on Future For Fashion 2023, the appointment organized by Confindustria Florence and digitally amplified in collaboration with Vanity Fair, scheduled for 23 and 24 March at the White Hall of Palazzo Pitti, in the Tuscan capital, and in live stream on this page and on Vanity Fair Italia’s Facebook and Instagram channels.

An iconic location that will welcome some of the the most important players of world fashion, moderated by Simone Marchetti, editorial director of Vanity Fair Europe and director of Vanity Fair and Italy, e Maria Silvia Sacchi, Founder The Platform, Fashion Industry Insights. The guests, with their interventions, will enter the heart of this second edition by Future For Fashion: «Fashion that wins and excites. Quality, innovation, durability and Made in Italy».

From Stephen BeraldoCEO OVS, ad Alfonso Dolce, CEO Dolce & Gabbana Group; from Leonardo Ferragamopresident Salvatore Ferragamo, ad Attila Kiss, CEO Florence Group; until Brunello Cucinelliexecutive president and creative director of Brunello Cucinelli, Antonio DeMatteisCEO Kiton, Niccolo Ricci, AD Stefano Ricci, e many others. Together to read between the lines of the present of a sector that in Italy is worth 8% of the manufacturing added value.

After last year’s success, with the message of courage and trust to leave behind the complicated period of the pandemic, Future For Fashion 2023 promises to stimulate – with the protagonists of the sector and of the supply chain as entrepreneurs managers, stylists, public and private institutions – a careful examination of tomorrow’s fashion and made in Italy, identifying successful strategies, development and new guidelines competitiveness paradigms.

On the other hand, fashion is the second manufacturing sector of the Italian industry, with ben 95 billion in annual turnovera system that involves beyond 60 thousand companies with approx 600 thousand workers. And Florence is the cradle of beauty and well-made, of Renaissance and the highest forms of culture. It will therefore be an opportunity to international scopewith conversations, comparisons and exchange of ideas: all transmitted in live stream on this page and on the Instagram and Facebook channels of Vanity Fair Italia Thursday 23 March (from 14.00) e Friday 24 March (from 9.00).


Thursday 24 March


Opening greetings and welcome
Sarah FunaroCouncilor for Education, Welfare and Immigration of the Municipality of Florence
Antonella MansiPresident of the Florence Center for Italian Fashion

Brunello CucinelliExecutive Chairman and Creative Director of Brunello Cucinelli Spa

Stephen BeraldoChief Executive Officer/CEO of OVS Spa

Niccolo Ricci, Chief Executive Officer of Stefano Ricci SpA

Clare Rotelli, Executive Director Mediobanca Senior Analyst European Luxury goods
Roberta BenagliaStyle Capital SGR SPA, CEO

Massimiliano GiornettiDirector of Polimoda

Attila KissChief Executive Officer of the Florence Group

Antonio DeMatteisChief Executive Officer of the Kiton Group, Creative Director of Menswear, President of Pitti Immagine

Friday 24 March


Alfonso DolceCEO of the Dolce&Gabbana Group

Leonardo FerragamoChairman Salvatore Ferragamo SpA

Charles CapasaPresident of the National Chamber of Italian Fashion

Stephanie LazzaroniGeneral Manager of the Altagamma Foundation

Luisa Zargani, Bureau Chief of the Milan editorial staff of WWD

Fabricius HeadChief Executive Officer of Borsa Italiana – Euronext Group
Philip ChieliGRM Industry Retail & Luxury Division IMI Corporate & Investment Banking Intesa Sanpaolo

Sergio Tamborini, President of Sistema Moda Italia

Closing greetings
Adolfo UrsoMinister of Enterprise and Made in Italy
Maurice BigazziPresident of Confindustria Firenze and Confindustria Toscana

Source: Vanity Fair

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