UNICO, produced by NAGLEV (acronym for Natural Glocal Evolution) is an Italian brand for Outdoor.
The Canadian brand of high-end down jackets and parkas announced the launching of a total look proposal that will also include footwear, thanks to its acquisition by the Canadian producer Baffin, which is specialised in outdoor and industrial shoes for extreme weather conditions.
After the collaboration with Fendi, the brand originating in Biella presents a new project aimed at reinforcing its position in the high-end range, while exalting its Heritage and history through the slogan “The measure of perfection”.
At the 95th edition of the Florentine trade show, the brand coming from the AEFFE group will present the Hiking Sneaker, a new sneaker with a versatile and sophisticated design, symbolizing the ideal equilibrium between urban elegance and a casual attitude.
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.
Leader in the sector of professional footwear for the protection of workers in the most slippery conditions, Shoes for Crews has studied innovative solutions to make workplaces where this risk is a dangerous reality safer
In SIX POSER DUMMIES, LaJaxx recreates six dioramas inspired by 6 central themes of the collection.
The brand highlights the beauty and prestige of “Made In Italy” by proposing an innovative design for shoes made to be worn “from morning to night”.
The former student of ARSUTORIA school, Rodrigo Sanchez, is about to launch a new collection of shoes made entirely by hand with his father.
After ending 2018 with a turnover of 30 million euros (70% of which was generated in Italy), the Marches group specialised in the production of footwear sets itself the ambitious goal of increasing its turnover to 50 million euros.
After experiencing a growth trend of +10% for six consecutive years, along with a +17% rise in the profitability index over the last three years, Scarpa ends 2018 with 100 million euros in consolidated revenue and aims to arrive at an annual revenue of 150 million euros over the next five years.
Conquering Europe from Milan, the brand of stars and stripes gym shoes, Pony, which is an acronym for Product of New York, opens a store in the historic Brera neighbourhood in via Ponte Vetero 15.
In March, Luis Onofre took office as the new President of the CEC-European Confederation of the Footwear Industry.
Febos, the company from Asolo specialised in the production and distribution of footwear, ended 2018 with a 20-million-euro turnover and aims to arrive at 30 million euros by the end of 2021.