*NEWS FLASH* HOMI January 2020 - Download the app!
Today, Friday 24th, January, HOMI - The Lifestyle Trade Fair opens in Milan, discover the full programme.
We wish all exhibitors and buyers a successful fair.
We bring you the latest MICAM Milan news: THE “EMERGING DESIGNERS” AREA IS BACK AT MICAM 89
Check out the emerging designers:
EMERGING DESIGNERS: BIO & BRAND NEWS
Thursday 23rd January, 2020 we gave you the latest news from:-
ISPO showcasing solutions for responsible and sustainable consumption &
Mipel where you will find the most innovative and contemporary collections, bags and accessories made with sustainable materials or techniques and small cool brands!
Yesterday we brought you news from:- HOMI Fashion&Jewels and the start of MICAM's *NEW* Advertising Campaign 'Winter Wonderland'.
Tuesday we published a BIG Thank You from Pitti Uomo.
Monday we shared news of ISPO Munich 2020 - the fair that will showcase concepts and solutions for a
more active society. It opens on January 26th and runs until 29th!

Here's the news published last week:-
HOMI - The Lifestyle Trade Fair
INHORGENTA MUNICH 2020.
ISPO award winners,
Micam Milano PLAYERS DISTRICT: BACK IN PLAY FOR A BOOMING BUSINESS SECTOR
We are delighted to promote HOMI - The lifestyle Trade Fair and HOMI - Fashion & Jewels here at the PCDS Review.
Mido:- MIDO IN NUMBERS
50 YEARS OF MIDO,
50 YEARS OF HISTORY AND GROWTH IN THE INTERNATIONAL EYEWEAR INDUSTRY
Mido CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) and sustainability have become almost synonymous, it now has three dimensions: economic, social and environmental.
MICAM’S NEW THEME, STORY-TELLING AND CREATIVITY

Thank you for reading the latest show news here at the PCDS Review.
We look forward to bringing you more news next week.
Bharti & Phil

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Micam - Footwear & Accessories Show

EMERGING DESIGNERS:
BIO & BRAND NEWS

A BY ANABELLE by Anabelle Tsitsin, ALOHAS SANDALS by Alejandro Porras, CONTRE-ALLÉE by Marouane Haial, DEPLACÉ MAISON by Marco Contigiani, Leonardo and Aldo D’Autilio, DOTZ by Rodrigo Doxandabarat, DYAN by Diána Polgár, LES JEUX DU MARQUIS by Emanuele Coppari, MAIORANO by Matteo Maiorano, PIJAKBUMI by Rowland Asfales, TIMOTHÉE PARIS by Masamitsu Hata & Pierre Rivière, WXY by Xin-Yu Weng, YATAY by Umberto De Marco,

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HOMI - The Lifestyle Trade Fair

Visit HOMI and enjoy
all the HOMI LAB events!


DISCOVER THE FULL PROGRAMME

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ISPO - Sports, Equipment and Leisure Show

ISPO Munich to showcase solutions for responsible and sustainable consumption

In 2020, the world’s largest multi-segment trade fair for the international sports business, ISPO Munich, will also be a platform for the sporting goods industry to showcase comprehensive solutions and technology for ensuring responsible and sustainable consumption. In line with the motto “Be responsible—Sport for a planet worth living on”, visitors to the trade fair being held between January 26 and 29 will be able to find out everything they need to know about new approaches as well as areas of potential and innovative solutions for ensuring that the sports industry is sustainable...

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MIPEL - Leather Goods and Fashion Accessories Show

MIPEL SCENARIO HIGHLIGHTS

THE LEADING SECTOR OF THE EXHIBITION AWAITS YOU WITH LOT OF NEWS!
In SCENARIO you will find the most innovative and contemporary collections, bags and accessories made with sustainable materials or techniques and small cool brands!
LET'S FIND OUT MORE ABOUT SOME OF THEM...

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HOMI - Fashion&Jewels Show

MILAN PUTS THE SPOTLIGHT ON THE WORLD OF FASHION ACCESSORIES

HOMI Fashion&Jewels, which for three days coincides with Micam and Mipel, confirms Milan as an international fashion hub and a focal point for the world of accessories.

 

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Pitti Uomo - Contemporary Global Lifestyle - This is the world’s most important platform for men’s clothing and accessory collections and for launching new projects in men’s fashion.


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Pitti Uomo

1,203 BRANDS / 540 FROM ABROAD
21,400 BUYERS / over 8,300
FROM ABROAD

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INHORGENTA - Trade Fair for Jewellery, Watches, Design, Gemstones and Technology

INHORGENTA MUNICH 2020: Supporting program sets the stage for topics of the future


• INHORGENTA MUNICH is the information platform for the entire industry
• TRENDFACTORY MUNICH focuses on sustainability and future retail
• Watch Talks and Campus Talks with top experts

INHORGENTA MUNICH presents an extensive supporting program from February 14 to 17. With a wide range of presentations, panels and knowledge formats, the fair is an information platform with and for industry professionals.

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Mido - Eyewear & Ophthalmology Equipment Show

MIDO IN NUMBERS


The Stats, Italian Eyewear Industry: Focus On Germany and Jan-Sep 2019 Italian Exports to Germany.

 

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Assocalzaturifici - Trade Association for Italian Shoemakers

HIGHS AND LOWS OF THE ITALIAN FOOTWEAR INDUSTRY IN 2019

It has been a year of ups and downs for the Italian footwear industry: 2019 saw a drop in production (-2.9% by quantity over the first nine months of the previous year) and household purchases (-3.3% by quantity), while exports performed well (+6.7% by value). These are the most significant figures to emerge from a note on economic trends in the first nine months of 2019 prepared by the Confindustria Moda Research Centre for Assocalzaturifici.
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ILM - Leather Goods & Accessories Show

ILM - Communication.
Know-how. Collections.

The leather industry will be getting together again between February 29 and March 2, 2020 at the International Leather Goods Fair in Offenbach. When the ILM Winter Styles opens its doors, around 300 international exhibitors will present their collections for Autumn/Winter 2020/21, meaning that once again the International Leather Goods Fair is fully booked - down to every last corner.

 

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TheOneMilano - Italian Fashion Trends Show

THEONEMILANO: IT'S ALWAYS WINTER SOMEWHERE…”

Italo Rota and Margherita Palli, designers of THEONEMILANO at @fieramilanocity from 20 to 23 February

The #7 edition of TheOneMilano is on its way, with the exhibition areas of fieramilanocity designed by two internationally famous names: the first is Italo Rota, the architect who has created grand pavilions for world Expos (the next one will be the Italian pavilion at the Dubai 2020 Expo), museums, exhibitions and boutiques, and who is celebrated for his architecture that tells a story. 
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DaTE - Fashion Eyewear Without Prescription Show

DaTE LIVES UP TO EXPECTATIONS, DRAWING SELECT EXHIBITORS AND A DISCERNING AUDIENCE TO FLORENCE IN A QUEST FOR THE AVANT-GARDE


Spring event announced to air ideas and insights on the “culture” of international eyewear
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What's On

HOMI - The Lifestyle Trade Fair

INHORGENTA - Trade Fair for Jewellery, Watches, Design, Gemstones and Technology

HOMI Fashion & Jewels - Fashion accessories are fashion themselves and HOMI Fashion & Jewels is their show
ISPO - Sports, Equipment and Leisure Show
Micam - Footwear & Accessories Show
MIPEL, the most important international leather goods and fashion accessories show
80,000+ Visitors
27,000+ Visitors
21,000+ Visitors
84,000+ Visitors
44,000+ Visitors
12,000+ visitors
1,150+ Exhibitors
1,052+ Exhibitors
604+ Exhibitors
2,800+ Exhibitors
1,300+ Exhibitors
300 Top Brands
Bi-Annual
Annual
Bi-Annual
Annual
Bi-Annual (S/S & A/W)
Bi-Annual (S/S & F/W)
B2B
B2B
B2B
B2B
B2B
B2B
Fiera Milano S.p.A.
Messe München
Fiera Milano S.p.A.
Messe München
ANCI Servizi Srl

Aimpes Servizi S.r.l.

Milan
Munich
Milan
Munich
Milan
Milan
1-70 Exhibitors to Visitor Ratio
1-26 Exhibitors to Visitor Ratio
1-35 Exhibitors to Visitor Ratio
1-30 Exhibitor to Visitor Ratio
1-33 Exhibitor to Visitor Ratio
1-40 Exhibitor to Visitor Ratio
39 Countries Represented
41 Countries Represented
120 Countries Represented
7 Halls
6 Halls
2 Halls
18 Halls
4 Days Duration
4 Days
4 Days Duration
4 Days Duration
65,000 m2 Area
200,000 m2 Area
PCDS Value - 2143
TheOneMilano - Italian Fashion Trends Show
Mido - Eyewear & Ophthalmology Equipment Show
ILM - Leather Goods & Accessories Show

 

3,700+ Visitors
59,500+ Visitors
6,000+ Visitors
120+ Collections
1,323+ Exhibitors
300+ Exhibitors
Bi-Annual (S/S & A/W)
Annual
Bi-Annual (Summer & Winter)
B2B
B2B
B2B
Mifur Srl
Mido Srl
Messe Offenbach GmbH
Milan
Milan
Offenbach

1-31 Exhibitor to Visitor Ratio

1-50 Exhibitor to Visitor Ratio
1-20 Exhibitor to Visitor Ratio
159 Countries Represented
7 Halls
Pitti Uomo - Contemporary Global Lifestyle - This is the world’s most important platform for men’s clothing and accessory collections and for launching new projects in men’s fashion.
21,400 Visitors
1,203 Brands
Bi-Annual (S/S & A/W)
B2B
B2B
Pitti Immagine Srl
Florence
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*Mipel* Leather Goods & Fashion Accessories Show - Milan Italy

For the new season's leather goods and fashion accessories we invite buyers to visit Mipel Milan. With over 300 brands expected to attract over 12,000 international visitors you will not be disappointed. Take a look at the video!

The next 'Mipel' opens on February 16 and runs through to 19th at Fieramilano - RHO Milan. 

Further information and details: www.mipel.com

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TheOneMilano - Italian Fashion Trends Show - Milan Italy

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TheOneMilano - Italian Fashion Trends Show - Milan Italy (Z1295)

THEONEMILANO: IT'S ALWAYS WINTER SOMEWHERE…”


Italo Rota and Margherita Palli, designers of
THEONEMILANO at @fieramilanocity from 20 to 23 February

The #7 edition of TheOneMilano is on its way, with the exhibition areas of fieramilanocity designed by two internationally famous names: the first is Italo Rota, the architect who has created grand pavilions for world Expos (the next one will be the Italian pavilion at the Dubai 2020 Expo), museums, exhibitions and boutiques, and who is celebrated for his architecture that tells a story. 
The second is a set designer of important theatre shows in Italy and around the world (from the Venice Biennale to the Piccolo Teatro in Milan, from Salzburg to Brussels and Tokyo), of art exhibitions and of visionary displays, such as the ones from Milan Fashion Week featuring masks on the Rinascente store front, and cascading fabrics in Piazza della Scala in Milan.

And storytelling is the starting point of the project for pavilions 3 and 4 in Via Scarampo in Milan, offering a view of the urban and cosmopolitan world of the great metropolises, a visual, cultural and aesthetic melting pot that perfectly sums up a message like TheOneMilano's message, which is based on the same principles of communication.
The concept is a powerful and well-defined one that aims right at the "core" of the exhibition: Its always Winter somewhere… 
making an explicit reference to the great circularity of the modern world, where physical and cultural distances no longer exist, creating a system that has no rigidly defined seasons anymore. 
For TheOneMilano this is the next step in the concepts introduced by the previous exhibitions, with the February 2019 exhibition set in a winter garden for example, and September's seeing the launch of the "seasonless" concept, with garments that are no longer bound by rigid seasonality, making them modern and versatile in the broadest sense.

Today, this has been moved up a gear with something revolutionary. With the help of Rota and Palli the exhibition areas will be completely redesigned, the aisles will become avenues, the stands buildings telling a story and full of people, and the product areas will be joined together by elements and a design that has a powerful communicative impact. Giant constructions, winter trees and snow globes will be the stand-out features of this edition, an exhibition destined to be truly unforgettable.

All the areas will converge on a new meeting place: the Piazza del Fare, where events will be held, such as presentations and in-depth looks at the various forms of the "Made in Italy" manufacturing skills that are the envy of the whole world.  So the exhibition is turned into a colourful metropolis, a new place to meet up where different materials, colours and sounds mix together to create new imperfect harmony.
The emotional experience takes its inspiration from Milan and the great international metropolises that are reflected in the accomplished and lively image that has been created. TheOneMilano no longer has a single colour theme, but one that takes in all the colours from streets around the world, as can be seen in the new image (a ONE composed of pixels, signs and skylines), announcing this wonderful world of ours in glorious Technicolor, with the kind of storytelling that isn't intended to make it seem fraudulently perfect, but one that is overflowing with industrious energy.

TheOneMilano, a hub for top-end feminine prêt-à-porter, will take place from 20 to 23 February 2020 in Milan in pavilions 3 and 4 at fieramilanocity.


 
 
 
 
ILM - Leather Goods & Accessories Show - Offenbach Germany (Z1305)

ILM - Communication. Know-how. Collections.


The leather industry will be getting together again between February 29 and March 2, 2020 at the International Leather Goods Fair in Offenbach. When the ILM Winter Styles opens its doors, around 300 international exhibitors will present their collections for Autumn/Winter 2020/21, meaning that once again the International Leather Goods Fair is fully booked - down to every last corner.

All the important German and international brands are represented at the ILM. The product range includes everything from bags, small leather goods and accessories through to luggage, umbrellas and school items. This variety is reflected not only in the elegantly designed stands, but also in the ILM Runway Shows, stylishly choreographed by Bettina von Bassewitz. The two shows "Bag World" and "Travel World” are a great source of inspiration for the specialist trade.

Visitors to the "Concept Square” can also expect to find plenty of inspiration and innovation. This area, which celebrated its successful première at the last fair, gives start-ups the opportunity to present their creations in a good light. "The ILM is the most important date in the calendar of the bags, accessories and luggage segments. But we offer much more than just good products. We also focus on communication and meetings," said Arnd Hinrich Kappe, Managing Director of Messe Offenbach. With this aim in mind, more talks have been planned and they are being supplemented by well-informed panel discussions on various topics related to the trade. But there is another very important factor for Mr Kappe: “Last but not least, the personal exchange between exhibitors and visitors is crucial to the success of a trade fair.” At the after work parties held in the trade fair foyer on Saturday and Sunday evenings, there is plenty of opportunity for lively discussions among the industry insiders.

Opening times:
February 29 to March 2, 2020, daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (trade visitors only)

Framework programme:
Spring/ summer 2021 Fashion Forecast at 10 a.m. on Sunday, March 1, 2020,
After Work Parties at 6 p.m. on February 29 and March 1, 2020
Daily: Talks, panel discussions and Runway Shows

Prices/ fair catalogue:
Day ticket: EUR 12
3-day ticket: EUR 18
Tickets may be purchased online at www.ilm-offenbach.de after prior registration.
The fair catalogue can be ordered from Messe Offenbach about two weeks before the fair for a dispatch/handling charge. The catalogue is available free of charge at the trade fair.


 
 
 
 
Assocalzaturifici - Trade Association for Italian Shoemakers (Z1313)
HIGHS AND LOWS OF THE ITALIAN FOOTWEAR INDUSTRY IN 2019
A snapshot of the current state of the industry emerging from a survey of the first nine months of 2019 conducted by the Confindustria Moda Research Centre for Assocalzaturifici

EXPORTS ARE UP (+6.7% BY VALUE) BUT VOLUME OF PRODUCTION IS DOWN (-2.9%) AS ARE HOUSEHOLD PURCHASES (-3.3%)


It has been a year of ups and downs for the Italian footwear industry: 2019 saw a drop in production (-2.9% by quantity over the first nine months of the previous year) and household purchases (-3.3% by quantity), while exports performed well (+6.7% by value). These are the most significant figures to emerge from a note on economic trends in the first nine months of 2019 prepared by the Confindustria Moda Research Centre for Assocalzaturifici.

The report reveals the widening gap between the performance of the big brand names and that of the small enterprises producing shoes under their own trademarks, which form the backbone of the country’s footwear-making districts: more than half of the sample surveyed reported lower levels of production in the first nine months of this year than in the same period last year (-2.9% average by volume, but with a much more marked drop in production among smaller businesses).

“The international success of Italian shoes, confirming the appeal of Italian fashions on world markets, has been rescaled by shrinkage in volumes, translating into a drop in production and employment,” explains Assocalzaturifici Chair Siro Badon. “At this time of low domestic demand, we ought to be patriotic and support Italian footwear makers by buying more Italian shoes. The whole world envies us for the creations of our small shoemaking businesses, but we often underestimate their worth, carried away by our preference for international fashions. The footwear industry needs a new emphasis on youth and innovation. The industry needs to invest in vocational training for the workers of the future, because our companies are going through a hard time, characterised by generational turnover, and, especially, to make use of the innovative business platforms at its disposal. The next Micam, the leading footwear trade fair, in February will introduce a new area called Micam X, an initiative bringing together the most innovative, high-tech proposals for footwear, demonstrating to dealers from all over the world the latest new trends in three important areas: materials, retail and sustainability. Sustainability above all is the key driver for intercepting consumers’ demands and changing lifestyles today. Global markets are of course important to our member companies, but it’s equally important to make sure everyone sits down at the table to play by the same rules. This is why we're working hard to obtain European approval of legislation introducing obligatory information on origin.

If customers all over the world and the most prestigious fashion brands are willing to pay a premium price for shoes made in Italy, we need to protect this added value. Otherwise the industrial heritage of a crucial sector of the Italian economy will be lost, with very serious consequences for employment in the country.”

There has been no significant improvement in domestic demand since the summer: household purchases were down -3.3% by quantity in the first nine months of the year, or -2.6% by value. The only growing segment is athletic footwear and sneakers (+1.5% by volume and +3.5% in terms of spending). Sales of “classic” shoes were down for both men (by about 10% by volume) and women (-6%, though sales of ankle boots and high boots remained stable).

One of the few areas to perform positively was exports, up +6.7% by value thanks to work performed on contract for luxury brands, with a slight drop in terms of quantity (-0.8% in the first eight months of the year, as much as -4.2% in the case of leather shoes) and an average price +7.5% higher. Breaking down the trends by market, there were encouraging signs from Switzerland (+24.2% by value) and France (+9% in terms of both value and volume), which together account for almost a third of the total value of Italy’s footwear exports, while difficulty persisted in exports to Germany (-8.7% by volume), Russia (-18.5%) and the Middle East (-14%), with a -12.8% drop by volume in the Arab Emirates. Exports to the USA were up (+11.6% by value), as were exports to the Far East (+9.2% on the whole). The “China+Hong Kong” aggregate, now the fifth largest export market by value, grew 3.1% by volume and 8.5% in terms of value.

The total number of footwear manufacturers in the first nine months of 2019 was 4,357 (148 less than in the previous year, a -3.3% drop), while the number of employees remained practically unchanged at 75,474 (-0.3%, 206 workers less). The period saw significantly increased resort to wage support in the leather industry (+28.3% authorised hours).

In the end, people in the business are pessimistic about the future. The majority of those interviewed about their expectations for the coming year did not foresee any growth at all, and practically all of them don’t believe that the measures included in the2020 Economic and Finance Document will bring any economic benefits for enterprises.

 
 
   
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THE ITALIAN FOOTWEAR INDUSTRY GOES TO MUNICH FOR MODA MADE IN ITALY 2020 - Z1284

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LA MODA ITALIANA @ SEOUL: from 9 to 11 July at the Westin Chosun Hotel - Z1249

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MICAM - Footwear & Accessories Show - Milan Italy (Z1339)

THE EXCITEMENT OF NEW TALENT: THE “EMERGING DESIGNERS” AREA IS BACK AT MICAM 89

 

EMERGING DESIGNERS:
BIO & BRAND NEWS

A BY ANABELLE by Anabelle Tsitsin

ALOHAS SANDALS by Alejandro Porras

Founded in 2016 by Anabelle Tsitsin, the brand offers the luxury of footwear that is made to last.
The designer’s style is inspired by architectural lines and timeless forms. Materials are the brand’s key focus, and all its styles are made out of only the best quality fabrics and Italian leathers.
A by Anabelle shoes are made entirely in Italy, in the town of Parabiago, taking great care with every little detail at every stage in production.

A brand established in Honolulu in 2015 by Alejandro Porras, its current CEO,
featuring designs by stylist Ines Martín-Borregon.
Going back to its roots by coming up with a contemporary twist on the
traditional Espadrille, the Barcelona-based company designs finely crafted
espadrilles and sandals expressing the handcrafted roots of the Spanish
sandals that have made the brand famous. The brand has now come up with its first AW collection of boots and mules, which have met with great success.
Alohas Sandals are sold on some of the biggest and most exclusive online
shops on three continents.

CONTRE-ALLÉE by Marouane Haial

DOTZ by Rodrigo Doxandabarat

Contre-Allée was born out of a friendship. After travelling through the
medinas of Morocco together, Anne and Marouane discovered a material
underused in the textiles industry: raffia, a very strong fibre made from a
variety of palm tree that grows in swampy areas and along river banks.
Seduced by its qualities, the two friends decided to use this soft yet solid
material to make a unique shoe that would be both natural and comfortable,
the added value of which lay in the precision of Moroccan handicrafting.

DOTZ is a brand that is constantly reinventing itself, inspired by the key concepts of diversity, empathy and
plurality.
The entire production process is carried out by hand to create a product of superior quality and manufacture.
The company is committed to making shoes in the most sustainable, ethical way possible. From procurement of
materials to assembly and unique construction, the brand has launched the challenge of living up to the ideals of the
DOTZ concept. Rodrigo Doxandabart, the brand’s founder, was already known to the world of fashion, first as a model and then as the manager of prominent Italian fashion brands, and continues to find components in line with his vision, working toward innovative sustainable solutions.

DEPLACÉ MAISON by Marco Contigiani,
Leonardo and Aldo D’Autilio

Déplacé is an independent footwear and accessories brand that arose out of a unique convergence of art and personality. Imagine a combination of tattoos, architecture and electronic music; a sort of orderly disorder, given form in the creative designers’ first collection. Three young designers and entrepreneurs with a lot of imagination, who considered Déplacé a way of expressing their shared vision of urban and outdoor living. Déplacé is the story of a connection, of the three designers’ interest in the new and emerging, with all the responsibility of people who want to experiment, invent and discover something new.

DYAN by Diána Polgár

LES JEUX DU MARQUIS by Emanuele Coppari

DYAN is named after designer Diána Polgár, who graduated from the
Department of Fashion and Textile Design at Moholy-Nagy University of Art
and Design before beginning her career with famous Hungarian shoemaker
Asso Shoe. The brand contrasts symmetry with asymmetry, combining
elegance with minimal looks in uniquely comfortable shoes. Made strictly by
hand in Hungary from top-quality materials, DYAN shoes have a unique look
with a contemporary silhouette in sober, elegant colours. The collection is
inspired by the constructivism of artists such as Ellsworth Kelly or John
McLaughlin and built to guarantee practicality and comfort.

Les Jeux du Marquis was founded in 2012 by Emanuele Coppari (born in
1978). The brand draws on the tradition of Italian excellence typical of its
founder’s native region, Marche, which has a long history of producing
timeless fashion accessories.
The brand reinterprets the classics of the female image in irreverent,
seductive forms. Every single item is made by hand by the best craftspeople
of the Marche: pumps and sandals with sensual lines, reinvented with a range
of imaginative accessories such as modular bracelets to be worn in unusual,
playful combinations, fur pompoms, precious silk bow ties... Les Jeux du
Marquis makes every woman a goddess of her times.

MAIORANO by Matteo Maiorano

PIJAKBUMI by Rowland Asfales

MAIORANO was founded in Rome in 2018 by Matteo Maiorano (born in
1991).
The brand seeks to achieve the perfect compromise between shoes and
sculpture, and the result is a luxury shoe as unique as a work of art.
All shoes are made by hand in Italy using the best leathers, to guarantee
comfort and durability. A strong focus on detail gives the product a bold
identity and surprising versatility.
MAIORANO is a promising new brand: the first two collections
(Spring/Summer 2019 - Autumn/Winter 2019-20) were praised all over
Italy, where they are sold in selected shops.

With ten years of experience, Rowland Asfales was acknowledged at
Good Design Indonesia 2017 and was among the Indonesian designers
who took part in the 2018 Amazon Tokyo Fashion Week. Asfales creates “ecological and beautiful” shoes for the Pijakbumi brand. The brand is committed to producing high-quality footwear made to high standards of sustainability. The brand’s story-telling and ecological
publicity campaign promote awareness of the need to reduce our energy consumption and conserve natural resources.
Asfales believes that teamwork is essential to achieve success, and works with illustrators and artists, taking part in environmental initiatives to encourage everyone to work #forbetterearth.

TIMOTHÉE PARIS
by
Masamitsu Hata & Pierre Rivière

A brand established in 2017 by Japanese designer Masamitsu Hata and French manager Pierre Rivière. Masamitsu Hata, born in Hiroshima province, studied in Great Britain and worked as assistant to fashion photographer Simon Procter before becoming a designer for Berluti until 2017. Pierre Rivière was born in Bordeaux, France. He met Masamitsu while living in London in 2002. With a degree in economics, Pierre has worked in sales for international companies. In 2017, he suggested to Masa that they should set up a new footwear brand together. The brand is named after a naughty little boy who spent all his days by the designers’ studio, and was called home by his mother at regular intervals: his name echoed through the streets, producing the very French sound "Timothée”, the perfect name for the brand.

WXY by Xin-Yu Weng

YATAY by Umberto De Marco

A Taiwanese brand established at the end of 2011 by designer (Joi) XinYu Weng. It is named after the XX and XY chromosomes which determine gender, describing an endemic species born out of the new unisex era.
WXY is based on the concept of "Reverence for life", offering thanks to the
creator of all the natural beauty on our planet. WXY reflects on today’s
society, combining traditional materials and production methods to create a unique new aesthetic vision. The brand’s styles are inspired by simplicity, and every collection is dedicated to one of today’s global issues, from environment to society.

YATAY is a true lifestyle, demonstrating that sophisticated design and an
eco-compatible approach can be combined to create comfortable, highperforming luxury footwear. The company’s production process is
particularly sustainable, using low-impact materials and high-efficiency
production processes in terms of consumption of energy and raw materials.
Production and procurement of materials and the manufacturing process
prevent exploitation of workers and other people who live in the community, supporting all the people involved and taking care of the environment.
Repair and recycle: fashion products can be brought back to life if repaired or reused in a different way, or if the fabrics and other components they are made of are transformed into useful new accessories.

 

 
 
MIDO - Eyewear & Ophthalmology Equipment Show - Milan Italy (Z1326)

MIDO IN NUMBERS

 
WHAT
MIDO 2019
Exhibitors

1.323

Attendance

59.500

Foreign countries represented

159

Exhibit areas

8

Pavilions
7
Net exhibit space

52.000 square meters

Media exposure

Media coverage - more than 200 articles, including Italian, international, general and trade press

Accredited journalists

More than 500

Social Media Channels
6
Followers

35.570 Facebook
23.600 Instagram

App

4.287 unique visitors

Mido TV

130 videos aired live on YouTube
100.000 views in 3 days

 

ITALIAN EYEWEAR INDUSTRY: FOCUS ON GERMANY*

 
WHAT
DETAILS
Total exports

3.8 billion Euro annually (2018)
More than 90% of italian production is exported

German eyewear market

Valued at roughly 5.6 billion euro per year.
It is the third-ranked export market, after the US and Franceabsorbing 7% of the Italian exports (nearly 270 millions € per year)

 
JAN-SEP 2019
ITALIAN EYEWEAR EXPORTS TOWARDS GERMANY
MKT SHARE
TOTAL
FRAMES
SUNGLASSES
6,9%
+10%
+7,5%
+11,4%

* ANFAO (Italian Optical Goods Manufacturers’ Association) data

 
 
   
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50 YEARS OF MIDO,
50 YEARS OF HISTORY AND GROWTH IN THE INTERNATIONAL EYEWEAR INDUSTRY
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MIDO EYEWEAR SHOW CELEBRATES 50 YEARS WITH “GOLDEN EDITION” IN MILAN IN FEBRUARY - Z1322



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MIDO’s milestone 50th anniversary. - Z1282


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The 2019 edition of the MIDO Eyewear Show closes
IF RECORDS ARE MADE TO BE BROKEN…
MIDO DOES IT WITH EASE, CONFIRMING ITS GLOBAL LEADERSHIP - Z1233



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Mido's 49th Edition opens in Milan: The future of eyewear is here. - Z1230
ISPO - Sports, Equipment and Leisure Show - Munich Germany (Z1336)

ISPO Munich to showcase solutions for responsible and sustainable consumption


In 2020, the world’s largest multi-segment trade fair for the international sports business, ISPO Munich, will also be a platform for the sporting goods industry to showcase comprehensive solutions and technology for ensuring responsible and sustainable consumption. In line with the motto “Be responsible—Sport for a planet worth living on”, visitors to the trade fair being held between January 26 and 29 will be able to find out everything they need to know about new approaches as well as areas of potential and innovative solutions for ensuring that the sports industry is sustainable. A wide variety of event spaces will also provide a compact overview and give attendees the opportunity to discover promising new applications and areas with development potential across all sectors.


ISPO Munich to showcase solutions for sustainable consumption. 

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• The motto “Be responsible” will bring sustainability to center stage

• The Sustainability Hub will feature guided tours, presentations and more

• The Textrends Hub will reveal the sustainable textiles of the future


Terms such as sustainability, fair trade and social responsibility have been on the radar of sporting goods manufacturers for years now and are gaining traction as important topics thanks to public debate. Consumers are increasingly on the look-out for fair-trade products as well as those made using environmentally friendly processes and now expect companies themselves to also adopt an appropriate stance. In line with the motto “Be responsible”, ISPO Munich 2020 will be offering visitors a comprehensive insight into the areas of environmental protection, production & design, and society & health. Brands such as adidas Terrex and VAUDE will be unveiling their latest developments in these areas. Trade fair visitors can also look forward to interesting insights from corporate social responsibility experts and an overview of the latest sustainability projects and products across the entire industry.

Focus areas with an interesting supporting program

Sports, fashion and lifestyle have always been inherently linked to people’s individual attitude and identity. Focus areas dedicated to specific topics as well as special exhibition and networking spaces will feature a diverse supporting program full of presentations and workshops every day to enable exhibitors, experts and visitors to exchange information and ideas specifically focused on the future.

The focus areas and events at a glance:

Sustainability Hub (Hall A2)

In line with the maxim “Do good and talk about it”, visitors can expect a wealth of information and products all relating to sustainability in Hall A2. In addition to an extensive program of presentations, ISPO Munich will also be providing themed guided tours as part of the Sustainability Hub. Change makers can meet in the Speakers Corner and enjoy networking, panel discussions and top-class presentations. One of the slots will be for ISPO’s new partner Neonyt who will talk about The Future of Sports Fashion at 10:30 on Sunday morning. Visitors who prefer more open exchanges and swarm intelligence will enjoy the panel discussion entitled “Virtually Fashionable—and Sustainable?”. Representatives from Zalando, Arianee, Human Solutions, Lectra and Bogner will be discussing the relationship between fashion and sustainability. The Sustainability Hub is being curated by the long-term partners Brands for Good and GreenroomVoice.
 
ISPO Academy Masterclass (Sustainability Hub in Hall A2)

The Sustainability Hub will also be of interest to international design students as they will be impressed by an exceptional initiative which ISPO has set in motion: as part of the ISPO Academy Masterclass, up-and-coming designers will be showcasing the creative and functional potential of performance wear in the 21st century in daily speeches and presentations. The public presentation of the masterclass will take place at 16:00 on Monday.
 
Textrends Hub (Halls C1 and C2)


This platform for showcasing innovative materials and accessories for performance wear will be used by exhibitors to present their latest innovative developments relating to fabrics, fibers, cuts and components for sportswear and outdoor clothing. The Textrends Hub is an important source of inspiration for designers and product managers but also media representatives.

All times, dates and info for the events, panel discussions, workshops and live demonstrations of the focus areas as well as of ISPO Munich 2020 can be found in the ISPO Munich 2020 events database.

 
 
   
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ISPO Munich 2020 to showcase concepts and solutions for a more active society - Z1332




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Sports Week 2020: Unique Events for Sports
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eSports
ISPO broadcasts Rocket League Championship Series live - Z1299



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ISPO releases a series of whitepapers on the values of Chinese sports consumers - Z1297

   
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ISPO releases a series of whitepapers on the values of Chinese sports consumers - Z1293


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ISPO Brandnew supports start-ups by offering funding packages worth a total of €400,000 - Z1256


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DaTE - fashion eyewear without prescription - Firenze Italy (Z1274)

Next edition: September 19-21, 2020

DaTE LIVES UP TO EXPECTATIONS, DRAWING SELECT EXHIBITORS AND A DISCERNING AUDIENCE TO FLORENCE IN A QUEST FOR THE AVANT-GARDE

Spring event announced to air ideas and insights on the “culture” of international eyewear



The eyewear of the future showcase – the 7th edition of DaTE and the 4th held in Florence – draws to a close. The organizers’ expectations were met and exceeded as trade professionals and select buyers lined up to see the latest eyewear innovations, with the intention of diversifying their own product lines, while scoping out design and avant-garde ingenuity. The array of 121 carefully selected exhibitors led to an increase in the number of overseas visitors. What they saw was research and innovation, experimentation with shapes and colors, as well as a focus on sustainability and materials.

Visitors and exhibitors also used social media to spread the word. During the three days of the show, there were 100,000+ views of content and more than 43,000 people reached through Facebook and Instagram. User engagement was off the charts as they produced, on Instagram alone, more than 3,000 content items, between stories and feeds, using the official hashtags for the event.

Parallel to its B2B event held each Fall, DaTE has decided to forge a new path in the coming year by organizing an international meeting in Milan in the Spring of 2020 that will focus on culture and the world of eyewear. “The idea is to offer an opportunity to share ideas about design, innovation and technology in the realm of eyewear.

A workshop where eyewear experts and technicians come together to share insights and novel ideas about eyewear as a social and cultural object and as an accessory, leaving aside discussion of the commercial aspects” explained DaTE President Giovanni Vitaloni.

The next edition of DaTE is scheduled for September 19th to 21st, 2020.

Updates and news on the website https://dateyewear.com/ social profiles of the event: Instagram https://www.instagram.com/dateyewear/ Facebook https://it-it.facebook.com/DateEyewearOfficial/

 
 
 
 
 

MIPEL, the most important international leather goods and fashion accessories show - Milan Italy (Z1335)

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MIPEL SCENARIO HIGHLIGHTS

THE LEADING SECTOR OF THE EXHIBITION AWAITS YOU WITH LOT OF NEWS!
In SCENARIO you will find the most innovative and contemporary collections, bags and accessories made with sustainable materials or techniques and small cool brands!

LET'S FIND OUT MORE ABOUT SOME OF THEM...

MAISON FAGIANO

 

MAISON FAGIANO

 

MAISON FAGIANO

 

MAISON FAGIANO

"MAISON FAGIANO is born in the heart of the Mediterranean sea. Where the colors are bright, the breeze is warm and perfume is a mix of sea and spices.
A place where elegance is innate."

Its products are realized in the Milanese atelier exclusively by hand according to the classic lines and rules of italian craftsmanship

Unique customizable pieces, following your needs and desires. The originality and quality of its products turn bags into real jewel pieces.

MAISON FAGIANO creations are assembled with genuine and ethically sourced raw materialsleathers with certifications on traceability tanned by the finest Italian factories and nickel free metals covered in 24 karat gold.

 

MAISON FAGIANO

VIA MAIL BAG

 

ViaMailBag is a brand that combines creativity and attention for details to create innovative, precious and timeless bags with a strong touch of uniqueness.

The continuous research of new materials, warm tones and touch of light on glittery velvets and jaquard fabrics with handmade details and a simple design, give the products extraordinary personality.

All ViaMailBag bags are designed and assembled entirely in Italy.

VIAMAILBAG

 

VIAMAILBAG

 

VIAMAILBAG

STEFANOTURCO

STEFANOTURCO is a young italian brand of leather bags 100% Made in Italy born in 2011 from the fashion stylist Simona Sabbatini and the art designer Stefano Turco.

Product with iconic shapes, minimalist lines and sophisticated style, made with refined materials, high quality natural vegetable tanned leather and nickel free metal details

 STEFANOTURCO means style, quality and italian creativity.
Tradition, excellence and sustainability, three key values of this brand.

 

STEFANOTURCO

 

STEFANOTURCO

Lot of news about these and many other brands await you at SCENARIO!

16/19 FEBRUARY 2020

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INHORGENTA - International Trade Fair for Jewellery, Watches, Design, Gemstones and Technology - Munich Germany (Z1331)

INHORGENTA MUNICH 2020: Supporting program sets the stage for topics of the future

Breath-taking pieces of fine jewelry will be specially showcased in puristic, all-white looks at the Jewelry Show of this years’ INHORGENTA MUNICH.


• INHORGENTA MUNICH is the information platform for the entire industry

• TRENDFACTORY MUNICH focuses on sustainability and future retail

• Watch Talks and Campus Talks with top experts


INHORGENTA MUNICH presents an extensive supporting program from February 14 to 17. With a wide range of presentations, panels and knowledge formats, the fair is an information platform with and for industry professionals.

Stefanie Mändlein, Exhibition Director at INHORGENTA MUNICH, explains: “We have created a top-class and multifaceted supporting program. On all four days of the fair, visitors will benefit from the expertise of the international top speakers and ensure their informational edge within the industry.”

Salon Suisse features top-class exhibitor participation

As a partner country for this year’s INHORGENTA MUNICH, Switzerland and its watches will be showcased in the Salon Suisse. Mändlein promises novelty here as well: “The Salon Suisse concept has won over first class Swiss brands—visitors can look forward to the absolute top brands: The space will feature Bumont, Czapek and Parmigiani Fleurier as exhibitors, among others.”

A completely new Hall C2

In 2020, TRENDFACTORY MUNICH will take place in the redesigned Hall C2—with a wide range of presentations and workshops on sustainability and future retail. For instance, expert Katerina Perez will provide insight into retail strategies of the future and answer the question, “How do I sell jewelry on Instagram?” Her presentation will be made in English. Designer Guya Merkle will discuss the use of recycled gold and Andy Bardon, a photographer for National Geographic, will talk about his documentary on the mining of pearls in French Polynesia.

Watch Talks—Where watch experts discuss digitization and more

INHORGENTA MUNICH is constantly growing, especially in the field of watches. In addition to a strong exhibitor portfolio, the fair provides a great deal of knowledge transfer through its Watch Talks. One example is the talk “(Certified) Pre-owned: A business model for manufacturers or specialist retailers?” (Saturday, February 15, 2020, 14:00–14:30). Representatives from the Swiss watchmaking industry in particular are discovering certified pre-owned as a new business model. Is the topic appealing to supposedly smaller watch brands, too? Does it represent competition for local or web-based retailers? What are the relevant risks and opportunities in this context?

New: Campus Talks bring new energy and young faces to the industry

The Campus Talks serve as the ideal hub for young designers and goldsmiths for everything related to getting started in the profession. Michael Kiefer, from the schools for goldsmithing and watchmaking in Pforzheim, and Tabea Reulecke, from the technical school for design, jewelry and utensil, will present the institutions and answer questions about training and courses of study. Various lectures and panels will also be offered. These will include success stories from well-known designers to inspire young talent.

Jewelry shows with special looks and exquisite pieces

Jewelry shows are a permanent part of the event calendar at INHORGENTA MUNICH. This year, Claudia Hofmann, co-founder of the Fashion Council Germany, will be the lead stylist for the models. Breath-taking pieces of fine jewelry will be specially showcased in puristic, all-white looks. For Claudia Hofmann, it’s important that “the individual styling puts the unique pieces of jewelry in the spotlight.”


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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