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The change makers of Pitti Uomo

Season 7, Ep. 1

We travel to Florence to visit the legendary menswear trade show, and take a peak under the hood with the people responsible for the show and its activities.


In this episode we will hear from:

Giorgina Cantarini, fashion writer, with a focus on sustainability, and curator of the S Style event 

Raffaelo Napoleone, CEO, Pitti Immagine, the organisation that runs the trade show


We talk about:

— How the industry can transform to a more sustainable fashion industry

— What new technologies are needed to implement this change

— How the Pitti organisation are 


Host: Konrad Olsson, editor-in-chief and Founder of Scandinavian MIND. 


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