The autumn-winter 2022/23 collections will be presented in January between Pitti and Milano Moda Uomo
The key points
- Focus on the challenges of the sector: from the pandemic to inflation, passing through China
- Business stories between restart management and new opportunities
- In the showcase clothing, accessories, eyewear, jewelry and beauty products
While 2021 begins with uncertainty, with Europe in check of the Omicron variant, men’s fashion is already looking to winter 2022/23 and does so with an optimistic gaze. The companies and their products – which will be presented during the month of January at Pitti and Milano Moda Uomo – are told by the special men’s fashion of the Sole 24 Ore: a 26-page insert on newsstands next January 11 together with the newspaper.
The economic analyzes that trace an updated picture of the sector and of the macro-challenges that men’s fashion will have to face in 2022 is accompanied by the story of company stories: Italian companies grappling with the conversion towards a sustainable production and distribution model, with their eyes fixed to the most promising international markets.
On show are the garments, accessories and footwear for the next winter season: between dominant casualwear and formal style ready to make a comeback when social events and occasions resume, between made in Italy tailoring and hi-tech materials that guarantee cutting-edge performance . Space also for eyewear, jewelry and beauty products. A sector, the latter, which also recorded positive results during the pandemic.