Wortmann exhibited at the MICAMMany new proposals by the company’s most popular brands, while the new Caprice line made its debut
With an annual turnover of around one billion euro, the German Wortmann Group is one of the largest shoe production and sales companies in Europe, with 31 million pairs sold in the women’s fashion footwear segment, and another 21 million sold in men’s and outdoor footwear.
At the February edition of the MICAM, in Milan, the company has accordingly presented the new collections of its brands: Tamaris, an elegant and business-oriented style for women requiring also a touch of fashion; Marco Tozzi, a classic and comfortable style dedicated to young women; St. Oliver, the collection of footwear, apparel, and lifestyle products; and Sii Naturale, the brand inspired by nature and an urban concept.
For the first time at the MICAM, we have also presented the Caprice collection, – announced Giovanni Lacatena, Managing Director of the Wortmann group, – a fashion brand with proposals that are a perfect combination of fashion, technology, and comfort, guaranteed by a wide and spacious fit.
The two leading brands of this German group, Tamaris and Marco Tozzi, also had brand new proposals for the fair:
Tamaris presented two new lines, T-Collection and Heart & Sole, -explained Giovanni Lacatena, –while for Marco Tozzi, we expanded the proposals of the fashion line, with a high quality/price ratio.
That’s not all: also Caprice launched a new line, Caprice Premium.
Present throughout Europe and in all of the world’s main markets (the Middle East, Russia and CIS, and North America), with more than 15 thousand sales points in 70 countries, in 2016, the Wortmann Group registered a positive sales trend in the fashion and footwear industries. For 2017, the Group’s aim is to develop its franchising network, while further expanding its base of Italian and international clientele, starting right from the MICAM platform.