On the occasion of the 90th edition of Expo Riva Schuh (Riva del Garda 16-19 June 2018), CLE – Council for Leather Exports, which participated with a large number of Indian companies, presented the event’s guests with the extremely positive indicators of the Indian leather and footwear industry.
According to the 2018 Global Brand Counterfeiting Report, in 2017, the turnover of counterfeit goods on a global scale reached 1.2 trillion dollars and is destined to reach 1.82 trillion dollars in 2020.
with an event-catwalk: “The Golden Age”
A new acquisition for the Andrea Montelpare licensing portfolio
And Replicant wins the Vibram Special Award
After a long and debilitating illness, our Director Rino Panseri, left us. He was editor-in-chief of our magazines, overseeing them with great professionalism and humanity, as well as one of the leading figures in our sector of journalism. A great professional, but also a friend for many of us. The editorial staff of Fotoshoe and Arsutoria joins his family in mourning his loss.
Important structural changes will interest the near future of the Igedo Company in Düsseldorf. During the last meeting of the […]
The Australian brand renowned for its fashionable jelly sandals announces the launching of the new Swarovski Enlighten sneaker line realized […]
Following the success of the previous editions, the 51st Moda Italia and the 61st Shoes from Italy are taking place from the 4th to the 6th of July.
“Confindustria Moda”, the big federation which unites the entire Italian fashion system, will be fully operational starting in January 2018. It represents more than 67 thousand businesses with 581 thousand employees, and a turnover of more than 88 billion euro of which 54 billion is generated by exports.
Besides prioritizing quality, one of IGF’s greatest strengths is its ability to manufacture almost 80 percent of its products in-house
After a period characterized by downtrends, Geox ends 2016 with a final sales revenue of 900.8 million euro (+3% over 2015), with gross earnings equal to 47.6 million euro, corresponding to 5.3% of the turnover. At the same time, the brand reorganizes its structure in order to accelerate its growth.
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.