May your choices reflect your hopes and not your fears, said Nelson Mandela.
When anxiety and fears for the future accompany our daily life, knitwear represents more than ever the refuge item, able to warm up, to cocoon and to protect, creating an encouraging and comfortable ambience.
From now and on, FTY becomes a newsletter as well. One more chance to talk with all the people who make a living with knitwear, but are also proudly fond of their job.
The special edition of the CEO Global Fashion Agenda 2020 published last May in collaboration with McKinsey & Company is entirely dedicated to Covid-19 and aims to orient the fashion companies’ CEOs choices to recover profitability.
Since the ancient history, borders represent the end of the known in terms of society, custom, language and tradition.
The autumn-winter 21-22 season will respond to the difficult times we are experiencing with renewed energy, looking for new expressions and daring innovative knitwear solutions, evoking textile arts.
Once upon a time there was a contest where nearly 200 students from the best International fashion schools have participated over the years.