Moda Italia and Shoes from Italy are off the starting blocks in TokyoFollowing 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.

Jul 05, 2017

The spring/summer 2018 season on display at Belle Shibuya Garden in Tokyo (Japan) is interpreted by 142 exhibiting companies that will propose their footwear, leather goods, leather clothing and fur collections for men, women and children for an impressive total look “made in Italy”.

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img_20170705_103356More than a hundred Italian companies participate in the two trade fairs dedicated to footwear and leather goods, Shoes from Italy and Moda Italia respectively.

An important commercial appointment, interesting both because of the contacts with the Japanese market and because of the possibility of making good deals with buyers from Asia and Oceania. In fact, ICE-Italian Trade Promotion Agency has invited operators from Taiwan, South Korea and Australia.

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