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Ellesse opens a new chapter in its story with the new SS2020 collection, reinterpreting its heritage in a streetwear key.
With a capsule collection that reproduces the shape of the planet on some of the iconic styles of the brand.
The French brand presented the innovative project of a running shoe that can be recycled at the end of its lifetime into a ski boot, and by 2030, the brand intends to reduce its carbon dioxide emissions by 30%.
The multinational Spanish company uses a new emerging technology called additive manufacturing to accelerate the times of its creative process, by printing its own components within one day.
Created by Palladium at the beginning of the 50’s as an outdoor boot, its latest interpretation is presented as part of a collaboration with Kenzo, proposing a more urban version with vintage logos that recall its glorious past.
The Australian brand sets its sights on the issue of sustainability with a new collection of knitted sneakers made from recycled PET plastic bottles recovered from the oceans. The aim is to substitute all the materials used in the brand’s knitted sneakers with recycled and recyclable alternatives by 2021. L’obiettivo è di sostituire, entro il 2021, tutte le proprie knitted sneaker con alternative riciclate e riciclabili.
The German shoe manufacturer is strengthening its commitment in Southeast Asia by investing in a state-of-the-art factory site.
The same year in which celebrates its 40th anniversary, the Brazilian brand continues with its campaign dedicated to sustainable consumption by stopping its sales for an entire day in over 300 stores in Brazil.
The brand of footwear founded in 1983 by the Bagante family presents its first MiniMe line proposed in sizes 25 to 37, which takes its inspiration from the women’s collection.
The eponymous brand of Finnish designer Minna Parikka celebrates 15 years of activity, highlighting the global success of its vision: encouraging the self-expression of women.
Leader in the segment of footwear for well-being, IGF, a company from the district of Barletta, presents the new SS2020 collection of its Easywalk brand, which is characterised by an unmistakable mix of fashion and comfort.
After Paris, the space that Voile Blanche dedicates to the ‘society of beauty’ opens in Milan, in via Durini 4, offering not just footwear, but also a community of objects that create connections and vibrations between one another.
Swedish design, European workmanship and orthopaedic innovation are the leading traits of the Stinaa.J brand, representing an integral part of its timeless, elegant, and super-comfortable footwear.
The brand of Globalgest Europe scores a ‘homerun’ at Expo Riva Schuh with a collection for SS2020 that did not go unnoticed, featuring an Italian taste for beauty that perfectly blends with a completely European appeal.