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Edition 2021

Italy
23 - 24 October
15.000

Visitors

86

Places

Italy
discovers the
atelier

  • Antico Setificio Fiorentino
  • Aquaflor
  • Aspesi
  • Atelier Mariano Rubinacci
  • Bice&Berta
  • Borsalino
  • Brunello Cucinelli
  • Calzaturificio BEA
  • Cappellificio Cervo
  • Chiara Vigo – Museo del bisso
  • Cilento 1780
  • Colletti
  • Conceria Presot
  • Dolce & Gabbana
  • Doucal’s
  • Enrico Coveri
  • Ermenegildo Zegna
  • Fabbrica tessile Bossio
  • Flavio Lucchini Art
  • Fondazione Arte della Seta Lisio
  • Fondazione Gianfranco Ferré
  • Fratelli Rossetti
  • Gallia&Peter
  • Gegia Bronzini
  • Giorgio Armani
  • Giuditta Brozzetti
  • Giuseppe Zanotti
  • Grevi
  • Guantificio Omega
  • La vacchetta grassa
  • Lanificio Bottoli
  • Lanificio Cerruti
  • Lanificio dell’Olivo
  • Lanificio Leo
  • Lanificio Paoletti
  • Larusmiani
  • Lis Furlanis
  • Loretta Caponi
  • Luciano Bonino
  • Maggio Musicale Fiorentino
  • Malefatte
  • Marcolin
  • Marella Ferrera
  • Martina e Sergio Vidal
  • Massimo Alba
  • Moncler
  • Museo Boncompagni Ludovisi
  • Museo del tessile
  • Museo del Tessile e dell’Abbigliamento – Fondazione Mondragone di Napoli
  • Museo del Tessile Martinelli Ginetto
  • Museo del Tessuto di Prato
  • Museo del Tulle Anita Belleschi Grifoni
  • Museo dell’occhiale
  • Museo dell’arte della lana
  • Museo della Calzatura Villa Foscarini Rossi
  • Museo della moda e delle arti applicate
  • MUSEO della Paglia e dell’Intreccio “Domenico Michelacci”
  • Museo Salvatore Ferragamo
  • Nicolao Atelier
  • Occhialeria Venezia Micromega
  • OfficineLamour
  • Ombrellificio torinese
  • Osti Ricami Alta Moda
  • Passamaneria Arna
  • Piacenza Cashmere
  • Pino Grasso Ricami
  • Platimiro Fiorenza
  • Premiata Tessitura TACS
  • Quid
  • Raptus & Rose
  • Rifo’ Lab – Reverso
  • San Patrignano
  • Sartoria Domenico Caraceni
  • Sartoria Sociale
  • Sartoria Sociale Gelso
  • Sartoria Teatro La Fenice
  • Scuola del cuoio
  • Stefano Bemer
  • Stylab
  • Su Trobasciu
  • Teatro Comunale
  • Tessitura artigiana Giuseppe Gaggioli
  • Tessitura Bevilacqua
  • Tessitura de Martini
  • Unic e Lineapelle

The 23rd and 24th of October 2021 were the dates of the fifth edition of ApritiModa, the second on a national scale, with 86 brands involved across 14 regions. Little by little, place after place, story after story, the mosaic of Italy’s true treasures – our unique and inimitable wealth, our know-how – is created.

There is the intelligence of creativity, with the world’s most famous brands. There are the skills of hands, brain and heart, of those craftsmen that make the <big houses>, unique. And there is the quality of the fabrics, of the wool, silk, leather… This year ApritiModa has gone further up the supply chain, bringing visitors to the fashion houses, but also to the workshops and factories, to see where and how the Made in Italy is born. A breathtaking, unforgettable journey.

The ateliers were full of joy this year, as if there was the desire, the need to see the sun again. The 2021 edition opened to sustainable fashion experiences and to one sector – yet another one! – that distinguishes our country in the world, the eyewear district. If everyone knows that little dot on the map, which is Italy, it’s because beauty, culture and knowledge of crafts have entered our DNA; so we’re the first to go and discover the wonderful things that centuries of history have taught us to make.