Milan’s internationally renowned home decoration and design trade fair has suspended its 2020 edition due to the Covid-19 emergency, rescheduling it to April 13-18 2021, when it will celebrate its 60th anniversary.
The new watch industry show, promoted by a pool of brands led by Bulgari CEO Jean-Christophe Babin, and initially scheduled in Geneva for the end of April, will be held on August 26-29 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The head of Confindustria Moda, the body representing the Italian fashion industry, is optimistic about Pitti Uomo’s June edition, and calls for a huge state push to promote Italy’s fashion and luxury labels worldwide.
Kingpins24, an online denim event - complete with sustainability and CSR updates, panels, interviews and more - will take place on April 22 through 23, the original dates of the now-cancelled Kingpins Amsterdam show.
As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to spread, and following the emergency measures adopted by the US government, the North American edition of the cosmetics trade show has been pushed back to September 20-22.
The Paris Fashion Week, with its related events and trade shows, ended on March 3 with a slump in attendance. But the Covid-19 epidemic has since escalated in France, suggesting the result should be put in perspective.
The cancellation marks the the latest change to the Kingpins schedule as a result of the coronavirus, following the trade show's earlier announcement that it would be cancelling its Hong Kong show in May.