Increasingly more international exhibitors took part in the Alicante event held on last 16 and 17 October.
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The trade fair appointment organised by UNIC and dedicated to materials has been confirmed as a must. The dates of the event in 2020 have been anticipated.
The 2019 edition of ACLE, a fair with many contrasts, reflected an increasingly articulated and complex international leather market.
Also in 2019 some of the best students of the Milanese school will participate with their shoes and bags collections at the event organised by the Fashion Training System Platform. The appointment has been scheduled from 27 to 31 October.
A rich programme of conferences for the edition that will take place on October 16 and 17 at IFA.
Visit Turkish leather at LINEAPELLE 2019
Inspiramais – Components Design and Innovation
The Show of reference in Latin America for design and innovation in the field of materials ended this past June 5 in São Paulo: a special date, which celebrated its tenth anniversary with over 7 thousand visitors, 180 exhibitors, and more than 900 materials proposed in a genuine ‘Brazilian identity’ scope. The next edition will be held from 14 to 15 January 2020.
Extensive celebrations were held for the 50th anniversary of Sollini with a gala dinner that reunited the owners and collaborators of the brand, together with representatives from the branches of Portugal, Romania, and Albania.
Fulvia Bacchi, CEO of Lineapelle, outlines the current themes of the sector and launches the new feature of the next fair appointment: an area dedicated to the circular economy.
Comfort, toning, muscular cooling, correct posture and maximum wellbeing.
Melissa, the brand of deluxe jelly shoes, and Open Ceremony, the innovative retailer and global brand founded by Carol Lim and Humberto Leon, present in 10 Corso Como, Milan, the collection that is fruit of their creative collaboration.
While out-of-control anthropogenic climate changes take place in plain sight, the Broken Nature: Design Takes on Survival exhibition at the Triennale until September 1 explores the role of restorative design in reconstructing the ties between natural ecosystems and human beings.
The fashion industry has improved its environmental and social performance over the last year, but at a rate that has slowed by a third from the 2018 score: this is confirmed by The Pulse Score, the study promoted by the Boston Consulting Group and Sustainable Apparel Coalition. While rapid growth in the sector puts the goals of the Paris climate agreement at risk, consumers demand an increasingly high level of sustainability.
“Rethinking sustainability in fashion”, the conference promoted by FTA-Fashion Technology Accelerator, was held on 7 March at the headquarters of Boston Consulting Group in Milan.