The leading brands in children’s footwear present the SS 2018 collections: a journey to discover the inspirations, trends, and designs for the coming summer season of shoes
Johnny & Jessy brought to the MICAM their ‘as comfortable as a slipper’ shoe, which was original and surprising like a high creativity game.
Maria Cardelli proposes her new summer collection, which is characterised, as always, by a spirited, original and artistic design.
“Clara & Jo Baker” is a new Parisian brand that wants to promote the pacifist message of the first African-American star, and one of the most acclaimed celebrities in Paris, through a passion for shoes. And at the same time, help children in difficulty.
During a historic moment, in which borders around the world are disputed and the population is increasingly brought closer to virtual life, Melissa launches its SS 2018 Mapping collection, where the representation of the official territory and its characteristics take on a new perspective.
A young yet trendy brand launched in 2016 in Riviera del Brenta, NiRa Rubens moves forward for the coming summer with Nicoletta’s and Ramon’s project of creativity and uniqueness, united with a love for colour.
Both of Spanish origin, for the 90th anniversary of Castañer, the Spanish brand and Manolo Blahnik presented a limited edition collection together, where the naturalness of Castañer’s acclaimed jute espadrilles is paired with the sensuality of Manolo’s stiletto heels.
Ever since her eco-friendly label was launched, it has been increasingly successful. The basic and minimal design bring to mind the Japanese aesthetics the designer is quite familiar with and every detail is important, starting from each of the materials used.
The start-up, specialised in sports footwear with low environmental impact, is enjoying great success in Italy as well as abroad, with hand-crafted products and the search for raw materials that respect the environment and people’s wellbeing.
With this 100% PVC-free model, a material known for its toxicity during the production, use and disposal phases, the Californian brand revolutionises the market of rubber flip-flops.
A new sustainable sneaker project by the New Zealand brand
With their minimalist shapes, their simple look and delicate details, the French flats of Via Gioia Paris limit the use of animal resources to the minimum.