After Micam, Assocalzaturifici made a stopover in Munich from 25 to 27 March 2018, bringing the best of Italian footwear to Moda Made in Italy, which once again reconfirmed itself to be the fair of reference for Italian high-end footwear destined for the German market. The next edition is from 30 September to 2 October 2018.
From 10 to 13 September at Moscow’s Crocus Expo, the event represents an essential business and information platform for all operators working in the footwear, bags, accessories and leather industry, who have a special interest in the markets of Russia and Eastern Europe.
Now in its fifth edition, the fair based in Istanbul takes a look at the positives results achieved over the years and focuses on increasing the international scope of the event by also offering all-inclusive packages that are extremely advantageous for exhibitors.
Platform of reference for children’s fashions and lifestyles, the 87th edition of Pitti Bimbo will feature 557 brands, of which 347 hailing from abroad, with a forecasted turnout of more than 10 thousand visitors in Florence.
Ex-manager of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Madrid, Charo Izquierdo boasts of a long and prestigious career in the communication, fashion and beauty sectors.
The four days of mid to high-end footwear in Moscow recorded a slight drop in its numbers, but the overall outcome was satisfying and in line with predictions made on the eve of the event.
The prestigious event for celebrating Francal’s anniversary brought 400 guests together at the Unique Hotel in São Paulo this past 17 April, for a Preview rich in emotions and a premiere showing of the trends that will be presented as part of the fair held from 16 to 19 July at the Expo Center Norte.
She takes the baton from Jaime de la Figuera, who is now the trade fair institution’s International Expansion Manager.
More than 220 exhibitors and 10 thousand visitors for the Hong Kong Show dedicated to ‘head-to-foot’ fashion, which was held in conjunction with APLF – Asia Pacific Leather Fair – and the fair specialised in fine fibres, Cashmere World.
Expo Riva Schuh gets ready to cross the finish line of its 90th edition, paying homage to its history and roots, while also setting its sights on present and future challenges.
The second edition of Gallery Shoes, on show from 11 to 14 March at the Areal Bohler in Dusseldorf, did not fail to live up to expectations with its extremely positive results: a fresh event, of a manageable size and perfectly suited to the German market. Now the event gets ready for its next edition, from 2 to 4 September, when it will return with the presentation of the collections for Summer 2019.
The unmissable appointments of the Italian shoe agenda
On the wave of the success of the last edition, and with the steady and daily recovery of the Russian market, Obuv mir Koži gets ready to open its doors on 20 March 2018 under the best possible omens. Assocalzaturifici, the organiser of the event together with Fairsystem from BolognaFiere, expects to register more than 200 exhibitors and around 11 thousand visitors: numbers that will animate B2B interactions of the highest level. First on the agenda is Obuv, followed by Shoes from Italy Almaty and Kiev.
The fair in Düsseldorf from 11 to 13 March 2018 in the Areal Bohler opens the doors of its second edition under the best possible omens, with more than 500 brands coming from 17 countries, as the protagonists of the Winter 2019 season.
Zalando doubles its presence in Italy. After its historic logistics centre in Stradella, it gets ready to open up a second hub in Italy in Nogarole Rocca, in the province of Verona.
After the successful debut at the January 2018 edition of Pitti Uomo, the collaboration between Fanga and Alessandro Squarzi is also reconfirmed for the Summer 2019 season.
The sneakers that made the brand famous, inspired by the historic tradition of expert rope-makers from Iseo Lake, evolve in the new model on show at Pitti Uomo.
The new SS19 collection is a tribute to the journey undertaken by James Cook in 1768 onboard the Endeavour in the discovery of Australia and its Great Barrier Reef, which at that time was uncontaminated.
The German brand, with a turnover of 500 million euros annually, will present its first fashion show in Italy at Pitti Uomo no. 94, in what is its second international debut after its premiere worldwide showing on the Paris catwalk in the Jardin des Tuileries last June.