WeLoveModainItaly Italian Fashion Returns to Toronto on Feb 13-14 at Hyatt Regency

The CNA Federmoda Association is pleased to present the third edition of WeLoveModainItaly-La Moda Italiana@Toronto, a premier trade event showcasing exquisite Italian fashion. Scheduled to take place at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Toronto on February 13 and 14, the event will run from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. This exclusive gathering aims to connect Canadian retailers and buyers with a carefully curated selection of Italian “Made in Italy” collections, spanning clothing, outerwear, furs, shoes, and accessories for women, men, and children.

A distinguished lineup of brands, including Aldo Brué, Andrea Cardone, Brador, Bun Italy, Colva, Double Firenze, Fabio Gavazzi, Landi Fancy, Lisa Conté, Missouri, Musetti-Musetti Cashmere, Paola Dotti, Paquito, Shaft Jeans, and Tosato1928, will be featured at the event.

Organized by EMI – Ente Moda Italia and CNA Federmoda, in collaboration with AIP, Assocalzaturifici, Assopellettieri, and SMI – Sistema Moda Italia, with the support of ITA Toronto, the event’s opening day on February 13 will commence with a networking breakfast at 10 a.m., followed by an industry presentations session from 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. This session will include talks from all participating brands, as well as insights from Alberto Scaccioni of Ente Moda Italia, Antonio Franceschini of CNA Federmoda Association, and Pietro Goglia of the Italian Trade Agency. Additional contributions from Canadian fashion designer Christopher Bates and Craig Patterson, publisher of Retail Insider, will enhance the opening day, culminating in a cocktail party from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. with a DJ and dinner.

On February 14, a presentation session from all participating brands is scheduled from 11:00 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Alberto Scaccioni, CEO of Ente Moda Italia, expresses pride in this new exhibition project in Toronto, highlighting Italy’s prowess in the fashion industry and its strong export orientation. Antonio Franceschini, General Secretary of CNA Federmoda Association, looks forward to celebrating the 15 Italian fashion companies participating in the event, renowned for their craftsmanship, quality production, and unique manufacturing processes. Pietro Goglia, Vice Director of the Italian Trade Agency in Canada, is excited about introducing iconic Italian fashion brands to the Canadian market, emphasizing the commitment to showcasing products genuinely made in Italy. The Italian Trade Agency aims to bring the best of Italian manufacturers to various Canadian retail channels, including wholesalers, distributors, multi-brand retailers, agents, department stores, boutiques, specialty stores, showrooms, and marketplaces.

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