Candiani Denim honored with the AWARD 2024

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Candiani Denim has been honored with the AWARD in the Manufacturing section. This non-profit association focuses on a different sector each year, and for 2024, it has chosen to recognize the achievements in the fashion industry. The award ceremony took place on Wednesday, May 22, at the Riccardo Catella Foundation in Milan and also included the recognition of Phillacolor and C.L.A.S.S.

What is the AWARD? is a non-profit association aimed at companies, managers, and professionals who are dedicated to promoting their best practices and projects that benefit the environment and communities.

The AWARD, promoted by, aims to celebrate those who operate in line with the values of the circular economy, respecting the environment and fostering a virtuous cycle of products, materials, and raw materials. Each year, a specific sector is chosen for recognition. In 2023, the focus was on the food sector, and in 2024, the fashion industry, in which Italy excels, was highlighted.

“In a competitive and global context, Italian companies continue to thrive with ‘kindness’ and a DNA of elegance and creativity, recognized as unique worldwide. highlights and rewards the efforts of small, medium, and large businesses committed to sustainability,” said Emanuela Vavassori, the association’s president.

Phillacolor and C.L.A.S.S. were also awarded

The AWARD 2024 ceremony on May 22 honored three winners:

This award ceremony was organized under the patronage of:

The event, held at the Riccardo Catella Foundation, featured a round table moderated by journalist Maria Soave. The round table was divided into two panels, one focusing on the pillars of sustainability and the other dedicated to fashion & community. The event was graced by the presence of prominent figures, including Barbara Mazzali, regional councilor for tourism, fashion, design, territorial marketing, and major events of the Lombardy Region, and Carlo Massoletti, deputy vice president of Confcommercio Lombardia. Additionally, esteemed figures from the fashion industry, such as Maria Elena Viola (director of Donna Moderna) and Enrica Arena (founder of Orange Fiber), also participated in the discussions.

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