Cuoio di Toscana presents the latest trendsNatural procedures combined with technology to create original effects. From marbled to sandblasted effects, metallic finishes and floral prints, here are the latest trends of the world’s leading consortium for the production of sole leather.
Marbled and sandblasted effects, metallic finishes, floral fantasies: these are just some of the latest trends that Cuoio di Toscana, a leading consortium in the production of sole leather with a market share of 80% in Europe and 98% in Italy, will lead to Lineapelle, the most important industry event, in Milan from 20 to 22 February 2019, and soon to the main international fairs dedicated to the world of fashion and footwear.
The seven companies of the brand, all located between Santa Croce and San Miniato - Bonistalli and Stefanelli S.p.A., Gruppo Conciario CMC International S.p.A. - Conceria Gi-Elle-Emme S.p.A., Cuoificio Otello, Lamonti Cuoio S.p.A., Conceria 3S s.r.l. and Volpi Concerie s.r.l. - present the latest trends, mixing natural procedures with technology. Original effects and works such as the drum dyed sole leather finished with floral patterns printed with plotters, or the nabuk velvet effect, or even the sandblasted dotted effect, up to the perforated sole leather with metallic finish and the buffered aged or marbled effect.
Cuoio di Toscana is a unique leather sole obtained through slow vegetable tanning, an ancient process based on the use of natural tannins derived from chestnut, mimosa and quebracho wood. This system gives leather an inimitable quality making it compact, breathable, resistant, flexible and at the same time perfectly responsive to sustainable production criteria. The brand was created with the aim of speaking up for the tanning district world.