Eli 1957 exhibits its new collections at Pitti Bimbo 88

One more season, Eli 1957 exhibits its new collections at Pitti Bimbo 88.

This international event is a reference in the field of fashion for boys, girls and adolescents.

The most outstanding designers of this world are protagonists with their creations. These can be enjoyed on different fashion catwalks.

The fashion and footwear collections that take place at Pitti Bimbo are focused on an audience ranging from 0 to 18 years old.

In the Event you can also visit an exhibition of baby clothes, accessories and complements.

Pitti Bimbo has taken place for years in Fortezza da Basso

This emblematic building of the iconic Italian city of Florence, is an ancient and majestic fortress.

It was built by Antonio da Sangallo, who belonged to the Order of Alejandro de Médicis.

Undoubtedly, this event is the epicenter of the fashion culture, since it has the presence of leading brands from various countries in the world.

A very remarkable fact is the numerous presence of national and international buyers.

For these professionals, Pitti Bimbo is a long-awaited event in which they can discover the new collections and trends of the season.

Eli 1957 exhibits its new collections at Pitti Bimbo 88
Eli 1957 exhibits its new collections at Pitti Bimbo 88

For its 88th Edition, Eli 1957 will be present with its three product brands: Cucada, Papanatas and Sibaritas.

All of them will show their latest seasonal proposals in a stand designed and prepared for the occasion.

This presence at Pitti Bimbo is part of our internationalization actions, which reinforces the company’s global brand image.

With this action we open the new season, in which we will be showing all our novelties.

We invite you to follow our news on the web (click here to access) and on our social networks, especially Instagram (click here to access).

Photo credit: Eli 1957

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