In celebration of sustainability as a crucial topic, female mastermind group, Fylí is infusing a first-ever immersive experience into Milan Fashion Week to rethink the future of the planet as it relates to fashion. With the support of San Francisco’s highly anticipated dining and hospitality focused SHŌ Club, Fylí has developed a curated experience to help support their D&I and Sustainability initiatives and forge the relationships, resources, and funding necessary to drive actionable solutions.
“The team at Fylí is passionate about this impact-driven work to support women in business and empower the next generation of female leaders to own their worth, wealth, and legacy on a global level,” explains CEO and Co-Founder of Fylí, Jaclynn Brennan.
This highly curated 4-day experience will kick-off with exploring exclusive Milan Fashion Week showrooms to view collections and have meet-and-greets with showroom owners and designers. Throughout the week, guests will also attend catwalk presentations, private tours, and participate in D&I impact workshops.
On September 26th, select guests will attend the Illuminating Your Purpose VIP Dinner with Italian leaders and innovators across the fashion industry. To end the week, VIPs will have the opportunity to take part in a Lake Como excursion where they will explore business opportunities and retail scenarios.
These intimate gatherings, tours, and discussions will be strategically scheduled and curated by global culture visionary, advisor and catalyst, Orietta Pelizzari. CEO of Fylí, Jaclynn Brennan will be bringing a group of key US-based investors, influencers, and entrepreneurs to join the experience and these important conversations on social impact, cultural shift, and transparency.
“Now more than ever, the Italian fashion industry is seeking more sustainable practices, greater diversity and inclusion, and impactful international relations,” explains Orietta Pelizzari. “This curated Milan Fashion Week experience is a huge leap in the right direction to support these initiatives.”