Italy's menswear fashion week drew to a close on Monday, with both Pitti Uomo and the Milanese runways witnessing the retreat of streetwear and a return to a certain chic elegance through more classic menswear.
The menswear brand Canali, currently undergoing a reorganisation, chose Pitti Uomo at the Palazzo Antinori, Florence, to unveil its new softer and younger image and to launch its first casual wear line.
The Hunar Haat exhibition organised by the Ministry of Minority Affairs (MoMA) with an aim to give a platform to artisans across India got underway at the State Emporium Complex in the national capital New Delhi.
After winning an award from the Indian Government, Péro by Aneeth Arora showcased its latest menswear collection at the Pitti Uomo trade show from January 8 to 11 at the Sala Delle Nazioni in Florence, Italy.
Rashtriya Khadi & Saras Mahotsav, a khadi fair organised by the Jharkhand State Khadi & Village Industries Board (JKVIB), witnessed record sales of Rs 24 crore (approx $3.5 million) during the 18-day festival.