The year just ended has been significantly challenging for the fashion retail industry, which had to deal with multiple lockdowns and consequently with piles of unsold merchandise. But in 2020 Italy’s top luxury stores made significant investments that, in the year ahead, should help them maintain their position among the leaders in global independent retailing.
One of the most anticipated launches for 2021 is the debut of the new “10 Corso Como-the-global-shop” digital platform, the fruit of the partnership unveiled last September between 10 Corso Como and its founder Carla Sozzani and Italian high-profile retailer Tiziana Fausti. The new digital project will be aimed at translating 10 Corso Como’s unique shopping experience, created over the past three decades with its mix of fashion, art and design, into the virtual environment. While units in New York, Japan and China have been shut down, 10 Corso Como, which has gone