Maria Moda 1942: comfort meets styleAt Expo Riva Schuh, the new winter proposals for inside and outside the home

Jan 05, 2018
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Comfortable footwear that is also meticulous in its details, and made from high quality materials with the aim of satisfying the needs of the wearer, both inside and outside the home. The brand was launched in 2016 by Emanuele Toso, who decided to make the most of his long-time experience in the footwear industry, which dated back to 1986. The inspiration for the brand’s name comes from his mother, Maria, who, together with her son, carefully selects the materials, while making decisions regarding the line of models and development of samples. It is exactly from this combination of feminine sensitivity and great understanding of footwear production that men’s and women’s footwear, which is a pleasure to look at and to wear, is created. In the collection, in fact, we find sandals and slippers for home use, made exclusively in Italy with great attention to detail. It is not by chance that the brand made a name for itself in a very short time, above all in the European market, which represents around 80 percent of its turnover (in particular, in countries like Belgium, France, Switzerland, Germany, England, and Greece), while the remaining 20% includes the entire world, with countries like Canada, Israel, and Australia.

“At Expo Riva Schuh’s January edition, we will present the new winter collections especially designed to exalt comfort, but with a line of models that is always cutting-edge. Made in Italy production adds that special touch of sophistication and attention to detail that foreign markets have always recognised us for and appreciated” – confirms the owner, Emanuele Toso.

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