This event is making yet another comeback to Milan Design Week: we’re talking about Din – Design In, an event which consists of an event that will be on its seventh edition very soon.
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Din – Design In consists of an event in which designers, companies, schools, organizations and architects from all over the world have the opportunity to exhibit their products and projects, specifically related to jewellery. The organization has recently confirmed its presence at Lambrate Design District for Milan Design Week.
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In this area that consists of a former industrial hangar of 2000 square metres, the organization (Promote Design) will create an experiential path, by carefully scouting
and selecting a variety of innovative brands, young labels, as well as a couple of historical brands to animate the area during Milan Design Week.
But where does the jewellery come in in all of this you may be asking? The event will be holding a temporary shop of 300 square metres, that will be managed by Artistarjewels.com. This area will be dedicated to the selling of contemporary jewellery creations during Milan Design Week.
In the previous editions of Din – Design In over 600 brands and organizations from more than 30 countries were hosted in this initiative during Milan Design Week. Every year this event has applications opened for jewellery designers and designers from other areas of interest to have the chance to showcase their works in one of many events that give life to Milan Design Week.
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This initiative will also come in handy for the brands participating after Milan Design Week: Promotedesign.it will be giving them chance to participating designers and brands to publish their products inside the Design For Catalogue, a publication which is currently in its eighth edition. This volume will be published by Fausto Lupetti Editore, and it will be distributed internationally and sent to over 5,000 commercial contacts all over the world, including concept stores, architectural studios and multi-brand showrooms.