Italian textiles are back in attendance at Milano Unica. After a completely digital edition last February, the reference show for high-end fabrics and accessories for women’s and men’s clothing closed yesterday at the Milan Rho. Today the e-MilanoUnica Connect marketplace platform is online with the new collections. The show is a candidate for an injection of confidence for the recovery of textiles, which represents the origin of the supply chain in a logic of the made in Italy system, sanctioned by alliances with Pitti Immagine Uomo, Pitti Immagine Filati and the National Chamber of Italian Fashion. The 33rd edition of Milano Unica hosted 270 companies (+ 27% compared to the September 2020 edition), of which 224 are Italian and 46 foreign. The F/W 2022-23 textile and clothing accessories collections are the protagonists.