Code41 has become Andalusian Fashion Week thanks to the institutional support and the determined drive of the Ministry of Culture and Historical Heritage. In this new format of the Andalusian event, more institutional, Code41 extols the heritage value of Andalusia by betting on being held in historical places. In turn, there will be four Andalusian provinces that will participate.
It will be held from March 21 to 27 in different historical reference points of the heritage and cultural past of Andalusia: Santiponce (Seville), Malaga, Córdoba and Sanlúcar de Barrameda (Cádiz) are the venues chosen for a renewed edition that continues its commitment to the emerging fashion , new designers and large commercial firms thanks to the institutional support of the Ministry of Culture and Historical Heritage and the Ministry of Employment, Training and Self-Employed Work through the Andalusian Youth Institute.
The event has opted for a face-to-face edition, “assuming all the security measures and attendance control to be able to celebrate the first European fashion week with the public, taking advantage of the capacity protocols of the Ministry of Culture”, underline its promoters.
Code41 Talent: bet on young talent
16 emerging designers and entrepreneurs from the sector participate in the event. Code41 Talent , organized by the Andalusian Youth Institute, maintains a collaboration agreement with the Momad fair to reinforce the entrepreneurship of young designers in the textile industry.
The Code 41 Talent platform rewards the winners of the contest with a stand at the Momad fair , where they will be able to expose their products to national and international buyers who visit the fair. “This tool complements its positioning and visibility in the market, in addition to encouraging the economic growth of its brand,” they underline.
(Courtesy: Noticiero Textil)