Carlo Capasa is President of the Italy’s National Chamber for Fashion (CNMI) until 2022.
July 01 2020
The board of the Italian Chamber of Fashion confirmed Carlo Capasa as president of the Association until 2022.
Carlo Capasa has been unanimously elected and confirmed as Chairman and Managing Director at CNMI – Italy’s National Chamber for Fashion by the ordinary Shareholders’ Meeting of the Chamber. His mandate will remain in office for 2 more years, until 2022.
In 2015 he joined the italian fashion association with the same role, succeeding Mario Boselli. Capasa will play an important and delicate role leading the organization through the post lockdown Covid-19 phase, with the aim to relaunch the Fashion industry and rethink new strategies, such as going more digital and towards a sustainable and environmental system.
“Our association has never been more united, today all the most important brands are our members. Our goal in the next few years is to enhance and affirm even more the Italian fashion industry in the world. We count on the collaboration and support of our partners and prestigious board to carry on and represent the values of fashion as well as implement the association’s strategic pillars.” he said.
In addition to Capasa, the board includes: Patrizio Bertelli, Marco Bizzarri, Serge Brunschwig, Jacopo Etro, Giovanna Gentile Ferragamo, Massimo Ferretti, Luigi Maramotti, Angela Missoni, Renzo Rosso, Remo Ruffini, Carla Sozzani, Jacopo Venturini and Gildo Zegna. Dolce & Gabbana’s chief executive officer Alfonso Dolce also joined the board following the brand’s return to the association after two decades.
Italy’s National Chamber of Fashion rounds up since 1958 the most representative Made in Italy Labels, pillar of italian Fashion, such as Fendi, Ferragamo, Valentino, Gucci, Missoni, Zegna and many more.