Virtual Travel Retail Expo: Fashion, Accessories & Lifestyle
Turning on the virtual style in fashion & accessories
How fashion, accessories and lifestyle brands put themselves in the spotlight at the Virtual Travel Retail Expo.
Family company Camicissima showed its shirt-making skills with a dash of Italian style through its Classic, Elegant, Fancy, Permament and Non-Iron Zero Crease collections at the Virtual Travel Retail Expo.
Camicissima CEO Fabio Candido invited visitors on a journey of the Italian brand’s development in a compelling Engagement Lounge session. It tells the story of the brand’s humble beginnings in 1931 — when Giovanni Candido decided to start a small men’s tailoring business — up to the family’s third-generation leaders today.
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Desigual took Expo visitors on a special virtual tour of its real-life showroom. The brand exhibited its El Now! collection which features a wide range of colourful womenswear, menswear and children’s styles, with a special focus on accessories.
The Virtual Showroom is full of interactive elements and video content, allowing potential buyers a more in-depth look at each product.
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Diamanti Per Tutti
Diamanti Per Tutti talked of its ‘sharing diamonds with all’ ethos and exhibited its travel retail-exclusive Wanderlust collection, as well as its Luxor and Marie 2.0 lines at the event. Marie 2.0 is the company’s latest designer collaboration with Versailles-based Belgian designer Marie Martens.
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Ermenegildo Zegna has been ‘making the dream of zero-waste fashion possible’ by showcasing its eco-conscious #UseTheExisting range at the Virtual Travel Retail Expo. #UseTheExisting embraces the use of pre-existing or post-consumer fabrics and materials. It aims to promote circular economy practices and minimise the brand’s environmental footprint.
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Furla focused on the latest iterations of its best-selling Metropolis range at the virtual show. It also highlighted the new colours and patterns for the Furla 1927 crossbody at its virtual experience.
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The Moodie Davitt eZine Issue 285 | 4 November 2020
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