Time to Start Again? Italy Fashions Artisan Hear Is Ready To Try Time to Start Again? Italy Fashions Artisan Hear Is Ready To Try Today the Italian fashion industry presented an open letter to Prime Minister Conte in which it signaled its readiness to restart. As detailed in the newspaper Corriere Della Sera, three organizations representing the entirety of Italy’s 65, 000 fashion and luxury manufacturing companies—which between.
them produce 80% of the world’s luxury goods, and employ 600,000 people—say this beating heart of the global fashion system has slowed to a dangerously low ebb. Claudio Marenzi of Herno heads up the textile, fashion, and accessory organization Confindustria Moda and says: “If we don’t reopen within a reasonable time, 50%t of our companies risk collapse.”
But when might that reasonable time be? That—equal to the annual turnover of the sector—is a $103 billion dollar question whose answer must be this: when it is safe. Carlo Capasa, who heads the Camera Della Moda (Italy’s CFDA), says: “We know that we will have to be cautious, keeping a correct balance between health and economy. We already have rules that function for those industries that are active.” By this Capasa means that the continued manufacture of medical-grade protective equipment has allowed Italian fashion companies to refine prototype protocols for when fashion production begins again.
T Gradually, with prudence, and a great sense of responsibility.”Time to Start Again? Italy Fashions Artisan Hear Is Ready To Try Time to Start Again? Italy Fashions Artisan Hear Is Ready To Try