From 17 to 23 September the cosmopolitan world of fashion will flow into the Tortona district during the
Milan Fashion Week SS20. Also this year the area will be the fashion district in the city, with a system
that ranges from permanent and temporary showrooms to special projects , from fashion shows to trade fairs
of international reputation. Being here is a must.
Our exhibition network will host a selection of brands between Via Savona, the chic street of fashion, including
Dee Ocleppo, Fila, Replay, John Smedley, Transit, Margon, Sabintima, and Opificio 31 increasingly protagonist also in
the fashion world with the presence of White Show and the Ricci Design showrooms, Forte Forte, Paltò, Thanny, Caon,
Sale14, May Fifth, Shade, Glamorous and Daniele Tortora.
In Opificio it will be possible to visit some special projects such as the international one Akira for Nanà that mixes
contemporary art and the world of manga while at Archiproducts Milano there will be an exhibition dedicated to retail
and at Ex Carrozzeria a project dedicated to sustainable fashion.
And it is not the end here ... with the Fila fashion show at Megawatt Court, Pitti returning to the Visconti Pavilion,
the Armani Theater hosting the fashion show of the maison as well as the Fendi, Boss and Agnona hiosted in the area!
Our locations in the Tortona district are the perfect venues for hosting design, fashion, food and cultural events.
We provide tailormade services: from choosing the right location for your exhibition, right the way through to promotional initiatives and communication events.
Thanks to the Megawatt exhibition complex, we can also manage big events, conventions, fashion shows and tradeshows. A versatile 9600-sqm, modular space with indoor and outdoor areas, located in Via Watt 15, at just a few minutes from the centre of Milan.
Each of our locations has a story to tell, a past that can still be read in the structural details.
These are redeveloped industrial spaces, the repositories of different layers of Zona Tortona's identity, a key to how it has been used over the years.
Each space contains traces of its beginnings and original use with clues found in the names they have been given. These are not just containers; these spaces have their own identities.
Contact us to find the right one for you!