Luxury footwear will experience 7% growth in 2018: this is what emerges from the Fondazione Altagamma’s Personal Luxury Goods Study elaborated in collaboration with Bain & Company.
Adidas revamps and updates the Samba, the iconic sneaker first launched in the 50’s for indoor soccer.
Representatives from various national footwear associations together with chambers of commerce from five continents signed a joint declaration in support of free and fair footwear trade during the third International Footwear Forum held in Porto, Portugal, on May 16.
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.
For the upcoming release of “Solo: a Star Wars Story” on 25 May, UGG launches its fourth project of collaboration with Star Wars.
The Italian ARSUTORIA school will make available to US brands its many years of experience in teaching style and product engineering.
Strong from the successes achieved in just five years of activity, Atlantic Star cements a deal with the investor Alcedo SGR in order to put the pedal to the metal on internationalisation.
The ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Confindustria Moda headquarters took place yesterday, 15 May, in Milan with Vincenzo Boccia and Claudio Marenzi in attendance: the building that was previously the home-laboratory to Nicky Chini brings together under one roof all of the sector’s associations ((Aimpes, Aip, Anfao, Assocalzaturifici and Federorafi, with the only exception being Unic), the respective service providers and connected fairs, as well as the offices of the Federation itself.
Adidas sneakers made from recycled ocean plastic have met up with resounding success worldwide, registering one million pairs sold, just one and a half years from the project’s launching in partnership with Parley.
Launched in long-ago 1959 and present on the market of safety footwear with the brands FTG and Ducati Corse, FTG Safety Shoes S.p.a. presents itself to sector operators with a wide range of new products.
Exena is a company of reference specialised in the production of safety footwear, standing out for its harmonious mix of a high quality, innovative, and flexible product, which never loses sight of fashion.
For more than 30 years, Panther’s mission has been to develop safety shoes that not only protect the foot from accidents, but also respect its natural morphology and physiology, helping the worker to feel less tired.
A perfect synergy between safety, cutting-edge technology, and comfort allow safety footwear to be interpreted under a new light.
Held from 6 to 8 November in Paris – at the Porte de Versailles exhibition complex – Expoprotection 2018, the French trade show held every two years, proposed the latest safety sector innovations of almost 800 brands, of which 47% was foreign in origin, with notable participation from countries like Belgium, Germany, China, Italy, India, and Great Britain.