Melvolente, the newly launched brand by Columbian designer Melissa Sierra, with however an authentically Made in Italy production, creates an eclectic mix of ethnic roots and futuristic inspirations.
Gone at the age of 78, right before the summer and almost on tiptoe, in what was keeping with his style.
Known and appreciated for its “well-being technology”, which has been conquering Brazilian women for the last 20 years, today the brand from Rio Grande do Sul is interested in increasing its presence on the American and European market, with a trendier product and a new line for men.
SOGEX s.r.l. from Sommacampagna (VR) will exhibit in Hall 6 C11.
Simplicity, comfort, and originality: this sums up the first 30 years of activity of SANT LUIS CALZATURE, the company based in Verona and founded by the Carradori family in March 1988, with the intention of cementing the centuries-old family tradition of footwear manufacturing.
Melissa continues to enrich the list of its exclusive collaborations, presenting a special capsule collection with ‘10 Corso Como’, the multi-purpose space in Milan conceived by the gallery manager and journalist Carla Sozzani in 1991 as the first concept store in the world, which today has branches in Seoul, Shanghai, Peking, and as of September 6th, also in New York at the Fulton Market Building – Seaport District.
The Florentine brand (located in Gambassi Terme), which has always made 100% Made in Italy production its own personal trademark, invited the most beautiful woman in Italy, Alice Rachele Arlanch (Miss Italia 2017), to be its special guest at the last edition of Expo Riva Schuh in Riva del Garda.
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.
Specialised for the last 20-plus years in the development of technologies and manufacturing systems and machines for the moulding of polyurethane products, Stemma presents the innovative double-ring “Plus2” moulding system.
Leader in the sector of professional footwear for the protection of workers in the most slippery conditions, Shoes for Crews […]
With an increasing number of mandatory regulations for occupational safety coming into force, in recent years, protective footwear has undergone […]
In Montebelluna, in the heart of the district renowned for its technical and quality footwear, for the last 30 years, Jolly Scarpe Spa has been operating in the world of professional footwear.
Standardisation has arrived late in the footwear industry, at the end of 2000, but today it is no longer possible to avoid the harmonization of procedures. Without this restricting the creativity of designers or new techniques and new materials, standardisation allows for the creation of assessment procedures and the exchange of tools essential for the global market.