Homi Fashion & Jewels


Milan is once again the star of the second edition of Homi Fashion & Jewels, the fashion accessory, bijoux and jewelry show running February 15 to 18 at Fiera Milano.

Around 600 exhibitors are attending, with 32% from abroad – from 24 different countries, specifically Spain, Greece, France, India and Turkey – plus over 120 newly-founded businesses. Many visitors are from outside Italy too, thanks to Homi’s efforts towards France, Japan, Russia and Spain in collaboration with Ice-Ita (for 200 selected buyers approximately).


The show offers four visiting paths, built to meet the end visitors and targets’ needs: Style, Everyday, Gems & Components, and F&J International Delivery, which differ for product features, positioning and distribution channels. The main exhibition comes with a rich event panel including individual and collective fashion shows on the Homi FJ Live Stage, in addition to workshops and talks.

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In Milan, Palazzo dei Giureconsulti is hosting Be a sweetheart – Il cuore nel gioiello moda, the first of a series of exhibitions designed to complement Homi Fashion & Jewels. Featuring over 150 pieces, the exhibit explores symbolism at the heart of fashion jewels

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