Rome Fashion Week is the newest event on the fashion buying calendar, and promises to fast become one of Southern Europe’s most important shows, introducing the newest collections and statement-making trends.
Rome Fashion Week warmly welcomes accredited members of the press to the exhibition where more than 150 collections will go on show. For media enquiries and to register for the show, send a copy of your valid press pass along with your contact details to email@example.com
Rome Fashion Week extends an invitation all bona fide fashion bloggers who can be shown to have a minimum of 10,000 unique visitors per month. Our panel will take into account the layout of the blog, the regularity of new content, its interaction with readers and its general online personality and presence. We will need to see a screen print of the page displaying your Google Analytics visitor numbers, taken within the previous two months. Send the image, the link to your blog and your contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are a fashion vlogger with more than 5,000 subscribers to your YouTube channel, Rome Fashion Week is the place to discover the latest news in the industry. First, we need verification of your subscriber numbers, and will look at the quality of your videos, target audience and the regularity of updates. We will also observe interactions with viewers and general online personality and presence. Please send your contact details and link to your YouTube channel to email@example.com
Press photography is limited to the Rome Fashion Week catwalk show; photography of any of the stands, aisles or features is strictly prohibited.
United Fairs reserves the right to establish proof of journalistic activities, even if a press pass has been submitted. Legitimation should be submitted in Italian or English. In individual cases, United Fairs reserves the right to additionally request submission of a valid ID containing photographic identification. There is no entitlement to accreditation. If necessary, United Fairs reserves the right to restrict accreditation or to revoke it entirely and ban persons from the premises.