Convivio is back! Convivio is back! 2022 edition celebrates 30 years
of the most supportive fashion event.
The most important fashion fair returns to the Fabbrica del Vapore from 3 to 7 November, intended to raise funds for Anlaids Lombardia which is committed to the battle against HIV and new infectious diseases. It is still possible to book a preview visit by today.
Fashion and design united for the most awaited solidarity shopping in Italy. Chanel, Prada, Brunello Cucinelli, Hogan, Armani, Alessi, Kartell, Flou and many others. This year, in the design division, you will also find one of my artworks. It is an artwork of 2021, "The Love that moves the Sun and the other Stars".
A party for the eyes but also for the heart, since all the proceeds will be donated to Anlaids Lombardia.
There are many good reasons to celebrate the return of Convivio to Milan, a city with a strongly supportive heart that saw it born in 1992, exactly thirty years ago, from an idea of Gianni Versace with Giorgio Armani, Gianfranco Ferrè, Valentino Garavani, and who has always hosted him with inexhaustible generosity.
Over the years, it has also grown thanks to the support of Franca Sozzani, historic director of Vogue Italia and UN ambassador for fashion, and the commitment of many partners, companies and institutions that are even more numerous this year. This year Convivio is staged in the evocative setting of the Fabbrica del Vapore, the historic space of the Municipality of Milan (which offers the patronage): five days of solidarity shopping are planned - from 3 to 7 November - and a gala evening by invitation in program 8, which has Sport Couture as its theme. The opening hours of the exhibition market are from 10 to 22, from 4 to 7 November, while for the day of 3 it is possible to access in advance by reservation with a donation of 20 euros to Anlaids.
The 2022 edition is supported by the Promoting Committee which is renewed, in addition to the enthusiasm of Francesca Ragazzi, Head of Content of Vogue Italia, Simone Marchetti, Editorial Director Vanity Fair European and Editor in Chief Vanity Fair Italia, Francesca Airoldi, Chief Revenue Officer of Condé Nast, Enrica Ponzellini as Project Manager, of the agency of Emanuela Schmeidler and of the press offices of Paolo De Vivo and Adelaide Corbetta.
This year there is a wave of renewed energy with the arrival of new supporters united by the passion and enthusiasm in continuing to "make a difference" for a noble cause: supporting Anlaids Lombardia, today chaired by Andrea Gori, first Italian non-profit association created to stop the spread of the HIV virus, and its commitment to research, prevention and social and health care, but also its continuous efforts to not be unprepared for future pandemic events and 'emergence of new infectious diseases.