Homi Fashion&Jewels returns to fieramilano from 17 to 20 February, 2023. More than 500 brands from a number of European countries, including France, Greece and Spain, will participate.
Style, research and quality are at the heart of the exhibition hub that presents the new collections and summer trends for Spring/Summer 2023, providing a unique opportunity to find innovative creations with a strong international vocation, that can tell the full story of new inspirations characterised by freedom of expression, avant-garde and essentiality.
This is thanks to the presence of innovative designers, young creatives, established brands, and handicraft companies such as Miriam Nori, a jewellery designer who creates unique objects with a focus on materials and micro dimensions. Or the brand Natama Design with its exclusive items with innovative shapes and important dimensions that combine sophisticated hi-tech techniques with hand workmanship, or Satellite with its unique creations.
Trends and new inspirations also with Visionaries, a space that hosts the offerings of 120 designers – selected in collaboration with Polidesign – who are characterised by a particular innovative capacity and who have best interpreted the trends reported during the last edition of the event. An area in which trends become a reflection of the present, giving rise to a path that puts the Vision, understood as the ability to look to the future and convey a true lifestyle through one’s creations.
New events include the inaugural talk dedicated to the influences of the metaverse on the fashion and jewellery industry which will offer an in-depth look at future trends 2025, which are represented in the multimedia space at the exhibition Design Directions – Fashion Forecast 2025.
On Sunday, February 19, there will be a talk in collaboration with Elle magazine, entitled “Fashion tips & secrets to enhance your style through accessories.”
Also confirmed at the event are professional photo shoots, an exceptional showcase within the exhibition, and a calendar of fashion shows to provide further creative input and new ideas.