Italy and Japan: the future of fashion

From 2015-10-14 12:00:00 to 2015-10-14 13:45:00
Venue: Italian Chamber of Commerce in Japan

 

 

Header Image: ©Japan Fashion Week Organization

 

 

Italy and Japan: the future of fashion

Between old glories and new strategies, how is the Japanese market perceiving Italian brands? And what are the margins for an effective collaboration between Italy and Japan in the fashion industry?

On the Occasion of the Japan Fashion Week, the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Japan (ICCJ) is hosting a midday talk on the state of the art of the Italian fashion brands in Japan. Top names from the creative-distribution chain will debate upcoming trends and current problems, looking into possible synergies between the two Countries.

Speakers:

Mr. Hidenobu Teramura

Deputy Director Manager, Textile and Clothing Division
Manufacturing Industries Bureau, METI ( Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry )
Ms. Akiko Shinoda 
Director international affairs,
Japan Fashion Week Organization
Mr. Hirofumi Kurino 
Senior Adviser for Creative Direction, United Arrows
Mr. Andrea Pompilio
Fashion Designer, Asics
Date:       October 14th, 2015 (Wed)
Time:      12:00 – 13.45 (talk starts at 12.30)
Venue:    Italian Chamber of Commerce in Japan
FBR Mita Bldg. 9F, 4-1-27 Mita, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-0073
Language: English
Cost:       ICCJ Members 5500
Non Members   7000

(fashion bento included)

FREE for journalists (one person per company)!
Limited seats, register HERE
Registration deadline: Oct 13
Cancellations after the registration deadline and no-shows will be charged in full.

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