Spain is once again the top protagonist of the Milan trade show with over 200 brands, representing the leading delegation at the fair.
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A new format to recount the evolution of the footwear industry, from state-of-the-art materials to the most revolutionary consumer trends, from sustainability to innovative ideas in retail: MICAM “X” will debut with its Zero edition at the next edition of Micam, from 16 to 19 February 2020
The group that is parent company to Michael Kors, Versace and Jimmy Choo has signed a definitive agreement that will see it take over the Pistoia-based atelier and shoe manufacturer. The deal is expected to close in the first three fiscal months of 2020.
Lyst draws up the classification of the most highly desired shoes of the last decade.
“Marche et Démarche. Une histoire de la chaussure”: the exhibition, on show at the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris, look at the essential role played by this accessory in daily life passing through different eras, cultures, and social groups.
At Palazzo Chigi, the President of Assocalzaturifici, Siro Badon, asks the government’s institutions to approve mandatory “Made in” labelling
Under the auspice of the CEC- European Footwear Confederation, a new platform reunites nine European footwear technology centres, with the aim of furthering footwear research and know-how to the benefit of footwear manufacturers.
Feverish preparations are underway for the 89th edition of MICAM to be held from 16 to 19 February at FieraMilano. Here’s what the new edition will hold in store.
As part of the theme “Show Your Flags”, the international fair of childrenswear in Florence will wave the flags of its brands and collections, with creative layouts and many special events programmed for the 90th edition to be held from 16 to 18 January at the Fortezza da Basso.
MICAM arrives in China with two important initiatives to present its brand and offer its all-inclusive vision of international footwear. The aim is to involve local operators and invite them to participate in the 89th edition of the event to be held in Milan from 16 to 19 February.
Making its return on 15 and 16 March is Moda Made in Italy at MOC in Munich, the event dedicated to high-end footwear and accessories, which is promoted by Assocalzaturifici and aimed in particular at the markets of Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. Only two days of exhibition, where 145 brands will present their products.
Vice President of Assocalzaturifici responsible for the European market, Giovanna Ceolini tells us about the on-going trends for Made in Italy in Europe in an exclusive interview.
After the first six months of 2019, which saw footwear exports characterised by a dynamic positive trend in value and a favourable trade balance with double-digit growth, an alarming drop-off in volumes occurred, with a growing gap between leading designer labels and SMEs, and a domestic market in difficulty.
Notwithstanding the leading market value of the Russian market, Obuv mir Kozi – in Moscow from 21 to 24 October 2019 – did not manage to overcome the negative predictions made on the eve of the event, with clientele prey to the uncertainties surrounding the new system of mandatory marking, and the constant search for the best price.