Fashion designer and co-founder of the clothing company M&M’s, Pina Colombo, has announced her brand’s upcoming fashion shows, including a fashion show at the 2017 Geneva Fashion Week.
The company’s annual fashion show is set to begin on November 11.
Colombo said on Twitter on Tuesday that the fashion show would take place in October and be a joint exhibition of M&Ms brands, which include Jil Sander, Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana, and Valentino.
According to the company’s official website, the show will take place on November 10 at the Grand Place hotel in Paris.
Colombo also tweeted on Tuesday morning that the show would be held at the Hotel M.A.V. and would have a total of four phases: The first phase, called the Fashion Show, will feature M&MN brands; the second phase, the Show, which will feature the products, will be made by M&MG.
The third phase, which is the Show II, will take the product into a new dimension with the use of 3D printed jewelry, garments and accessories.
M&M is the parent company of Jil and Gucci brands.
Columbo, who is based in France, said that the M&MF brand was not chosen as the design team for the fashion shows because they were not up to par in the design arena.
“We wanted to have an international brand in our industry.
We did not want a team in France that is very specific in their style,” she said.
The designer said that they had no specific design team to design the show.
She said that she hoped that the company would be a good fit for the upcoming global fashion show.
“We are very proud of the fact that the designers are from the MTM group and are very passionate about the brand.
We are going to give a lot of love to the M &M team for their work in the next phase of the show,” she added.
In an interview with GQ magazine earlier this year, Colombo also said that M&MCs products had to be at a high standard to be seen by fashion consumers.
As the fashion season is already in full swing, Columbo also added that the global fashion industry has changed and that there were a lot more global brands in the market than there used to be.
But she also acknowledged that there are still some fashion brands that were not considered “top tier” or “top notch”.
“The fashion market is still evolving and that is a huge challenge for the companies,” she explained.
Read more about M&MI fashion and M&MT apparel, including their collaboration with Gucci.
M & M, the brand that pioneered the trend of using 3D printing to make clothes and accessories, is not the only brand to have participated in the fashion industry’s fashion show boom.
A series of high-profile fashion companies have been collaborating with Guccis to create fashion displays in the past year, with brands like Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Versace, and Dior joining forces to create the most expensive fashion shows ever, such as a Paris fashion show with a record-breaking price tag of $1.8 billion.
Gucci, M&m, and other fashion brands are currently working with fashion brands including M&A, Vivienne Westwood, and Diane von Furstenberg, among others, to launch new projects.
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