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Giovanni Lacatena, Chief Sales Officer of the Wortmann Group, of which Tamaris is the leading brand and one of the biggest and most important companies for the production and sale of footwear, as well as a market leader for women’s footwear, tells us how he has decided to face the post-Covid era.
In hindsight, this is how the fashion shows of Marine Serre and Richard Quinn shows were branded at their respective Fashion Weeks last February. Far from being medical in nature, the haute couture masks were the shock accessory on the F/W 2020 runways.
It is safe to say that the global pandemic has completely erased the way the fashion industry works, made of appointments, events, shows, photo shoots, with everything taking place “face to face”. After an initial moment of disorientation, the great creative minds of the fashion companies managed to find different and “welcoming” ways to be close to customers, buyers, stylists and sector operators.
Comfort on your feet thanks to avant-garde technologies and innovative materials
Alfredo Boccaccini launches A.Bocca, the project that features a cult slip-on as its protagonist
The Coronavirus forces the company to make an ethical choice
Even abroad, many companies are converting production for health equipment useful for those who fight the pandemic.
The family donates one million euro to the Region: “A moral duty”.
A pioneer of female business owners in Italy, but also a fashion visionary, and among the very first to understand the creative potential of plastic material, Emanuela Menghi passed away last 31 October, leaving behind the legacy of a prestigious brand and company - Menghi Shoes – which through its three companies employs over 300 individuals.
The distinctive style of the brand, leader in the polo world, returns to Micam with the new collection of footwear and leather goods for men and women.
These are the strong suits of the Spanish brand that has been dressing women for three generations, and since 2003, has also been offering elegance to men: research onto fashion trends and a special attitude towards comfort.
The legendary Dr. Martens 1460 boot wins the FN Achievement Award as the Shoe of the Year 2019.
Rock 'n' roll cobbler Terry de Haviland has died at the age of 81, leaving behind the memory of his fabulous platforms beloved by both past and present-day celebrities like Bianca Jagger, Marianne Faithfull, David Bowie, Kate Moss and Sienna Miller.
Inspired by Parisian damasks and the pastel colours of macaroons, the SS20 collection of Manolo Blahnik has already conquered the brand’s fans.