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.
965 exhibitors from 40 countries: OutDoor 2017 continues down a pathway lined with successes, giving a boost to new trends.
The contest promoted by Acrib – The Riviera del Brenta Association of Footwear Manufacturers, in collaboration with Assocalzaturifici, awards the stories written by students.
The historic Le Bon Marché department store located in the 7th arrondissement of Paris has been the address of reference for luxury shopping in 24, rue de Sèvres for the last 160 years, with its striking window displays and prestigious brands, inspiring also the new LVMH e-commerce site with its extremely chic façade.
The exhibition is “Italian Shoes, European footprint”, the venue is the European Parliament, and the subtext is always the same: the central importance of manufacturing in the EU industrial policy, with Made in Italy as one of its key players, and the need to create legislation in favour of the compulsory “Made in” marking.
For its one hundredth anniversary, Converse presents the All Star One Piece
The Marches group Elisabet signs a licensing agreement with Tommy Hilfiger for the production and distribution of the brand’s collections of children’s footwear
Despite a scenario that is not exactly favourable for kidswear, Pitti Bimbo gets ready for its 89th edition with a wide array of new names, including Emporio Armani, along with important re-entries and projects aimed at exalting children’s lifestyle and research.
For its debut in Paris, Voile Blanche chooses the neighbourhood of Saint Germain-des-Prés at rue du Dragon no. 9.
The new LQD Cell Origin Air sneaker promises an extraordinary experience thanks to its innovative technology.
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.