MIPEL, the most important international leather goods and fashion accessories show - Milan Italy (Z1384)

"IT Lab" IS BORN FROM THE ALLIANCE BETWEEN MIPEL AND LINEAPELLE, IT SHOULD BECOME THE “CLUB”FOR LEATHER GOODS SOURCING

D'Alessandro, Gabbrielli, Bacchi


Unity is strength. In this case, the union makes the supply chain. MIPEL and Lineapelle launchIT Lab, the leather sourcing club, a new exhibition project presented yesterday at Fieramilano Rho which will start next September and will take place from 23 to 25 September simultaneously with Lineapelle and in conjunction with the last day of MIPEL.

The IT Lab club aims to become the reference point for sourcing exclusively "Made in Italy",a link between manufacturing companies, brands and designers.
“IT Lab is configured as a club of Italian companies specializing in leather goods - explains Franco Gabbrielli, president of ASSOPELLETTIERI - and which essentially produce for big brands. The project collects the real need of the supply chain to join forces. We are studying it to make sure that these companies can make contact with high-level customers, but also with premium ones. The companies we sensitized to the project - continues Gabbrielli - responded with great interest.The IT Lab club must be made up of a select group of producers; they will be very beautiful companies, but to be present they will have to offer precise guarantees, we will be very strict on the selection".

The new trade fair format of ASSOPELLETTIERI was born thanks to the precious collaboration with UNIC and Lineapelle who immediately responded to the call of the President Gabbrielli perceiving the added value that the new format can generate for the entire supply chain.
“Lineapelle has given us an opportunity. All this can happen thanks to them",explains Gabbrielli. Union of intent and fair synergy that Fulvia Bacchi, CEO of Lineapelle, underlines by explaining that “Lineapelle has immediately joined the IT Lab project and will be alongside MIPEL for everything related to organization, logistics and appearance promotional. About 40/41% of Lineapelle's visitors and visiting companies come from the leather sector. We thank MIPEL for this opportunity that allows Lineapelle to enrich itself with another segment, accentuating its centrality for the whole world leather area".

The IT Lab club therefore intends to become the reference point for sourcing with the intention of enhancing and emphasizing the increasingly important role of what were once defined as subcontractors. "Today, however, they are much more -comments Danny D’Alessandro, general manager of ASSOPELLETTIERI - they are exponents of a sector that combines high craftsmanship and technology. A world that, however, often works with too few customers. Many of these companies work with one or two large customers, with a very high business risk. IT Lab thus becomes a place where big brands and small designers can find who produces samples and collections. After all, the market goes in a specific direction: the production demand for the brands”.


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THE 117TH EDITION OF MIPEL ENDED
Positive results of an Italy that makes “team”
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The 117th edition of MIPEL has just ended and confirms itself as the world reference for the leather goods sector. Four days full of talks, events and performances that surrounded the business moments between the approximately 300 brands present at the event and buyers from all over the world. Three themes that accompanied visitors and exhibitors in various ways: Italianity, craftsmanship and sustainability.

The edition recorded an increase of 11% qualified MIPEL visitors (compared to February 2019) which becomes a +22% if we also consider visitors from fairs held simultaneously: MICAM, HOMI Fashion & Jewels, LINEAPELLE and SIMAC. The positive trend started last September (+19% compared to the same edition of the previous year) therefore continues.

The "coronavirus" effect impacted less significantly than expected, however generating a drop from the Far East. On the other hand, the presence of European visitors increased as well as an important return of Russian and Ukrainian buyers; the fair queen of leather bags and accessories therefore confirms its international vocation with 50% of foreign visitors.

“The positive numbers recorded in this edition are also the result of the synergistic path undertaken with the other events that took place on the same days as MIPEL; a collaboration that has made it possible to face a definitely difficult moment for international business and that it is necessary to continue in an ever stronger way. This is Italy that works and teams up to achieve important results and face international competition", comments Franco Gabbrielli, President of MIPEL and ASSOPELLETTIERI.

Appointment at the 118th edition of MIPEL to be held from 20 to 23 September 2020 at Fiera Milano-Rho.


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BAGS AND LEATHER GOODS STYLE DIRECTIONS
FW 2020/21

Four stories to forecast the most relevant styles of leather goods lovers which can be summarized through three adjectives: ERGONOMIA, MAGIA, POESIA AND PULIZIA.

ERGONOMIA

#furnituredesign #big#wide #rounded #puffed #unreal #highfrequency #leatherduvet #artificialintelligence #4Ddesign #tecnonabuk #thick #newembossing #alternativematerials #multipockets

Ergonomic bags, perfect for body shapes (messengers, transformable backpacks with adjustable shoulder straps and long shoulder straps).

Paddings, Coupled fabrics: nabuk with technical materials, knitted structures, interlacing of leathers and new regenerated materials, 3D effects, embroideries on carbon and aluminum.

Warm bleached gray colors, aluminum, steel, concrete and red accent.


CHIARUGI
DAMPAÌ
ATHISON
MAGIA


#unexpected #surprise #experimental #embellishment #mixedmedia #overdecorated #highcrafted #uglybeauty #exotic #embroideries #fun #recustomized #nonsense #newkitsch #noboundaries

Eclectic bags attractive for the combination of colors, materials, volumes and decorations.

Squared geometric shapes representing the disorder and frenzy. Ethnic jacquard fabrics, geometric inlays, bamboo handles, embroidery with spread elements, metal iridescent studs, applications of colored feathers.

Pink, nude, blush, purple colors with a dark brown accent.


PLINIO VISONÁ 
DEL CONTE 
MAISON FAGIANO

POESIA


#memory #authenticity #customization #taste #refined #understated #subtle #mature #stateoftheart #intense #european #timeless #unique

Soft bags, shopping bags, shoulder bags, or small classic volumes.

The natural style revisited, inspired by ancient art. Fabrics embellished with traditional Italian regional embroidery: hand weaves on vegetable tanned leathers, finished with oils and waxes. Use of certified leathers which highlight the tanning culture.

Colors with natural tones and an antique finish, cold opaque and intense.


LE MOKI MILANO 
CUOIERIA FIORENTINA 
AERONAUTICA MILITARE
PULIZIA


#minimalism #hightech #methaphisycal #linear #layering #3Dtextures #3Dpleating #3D padded #sharpness #severe #boxshaping #mannish #stitching

Bags for everyday life and occasion, for day and evening.

Research of new shapes, regular lines and volumes, minimal. Mix of fabric and leather with modern, geometric, asymmetrical and innovative cuts. Use of smoothed, polished and pleated surfaces. Decorations with large handmade leather stitching.

Mineral colors, grey and mud tones with a burgundy accent.


ALKEME  ATELIER  
ARBA SQUARE  

LARA BELLINI

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The Italian leather goods industry 2019
Preliminary Results Sectoral Report
prepared by Centro Studi for ASSOPELLETTIERI

THE ITALIAN LEATHER GOODS INDUSTRY IN 2019

In the second half of the year, the favourable dynamics that had already emerged in the previous months, were confirmed on foreign markets.

In an international macroeconomic context, where new difficulties were not lacking (the USA protectionist winds of the trade war with Beijing, which has nearly achieved Europe, and the slowdown of the most important economies, such as Germany and China) alongside the continuation of pre-existing crisis (Russia in the first place) and in a climate of general uncertainty, the Italian leather goods sector – considered as a whole – achieved definitely positive results in 2019, driven once again by exports. In a year largely characterized by the contraction of international trade and attenuation of world growth, foreign sales of leather goods have reached new absolute records in value, with a consequent significant consolidation of the trade surplus, showing a vitality unfortunately unknown to the domestic market, recording reductions in household expenditures.

In the first 10 months of the year, exports grew by +25.8% in value over the same period of 2018, with a definitely limited increase in terms of value (+0.8%) and an increase of the medium prices (+24.7%).

The very divergent trend between quantity and value reflects the increasingly fundamental role played, within the sector dynamics, by the International Luxury Brands, as shown by the figures relating to exports to Switzerland (traditional logistic-distribution platform for the fashion world brands), even doubled in value (+102.6%). Net of the flow to this market, sectorial exports would in fact increase by a modest +2.5% and slightly decrease in KG (-0.3%).

Although there is no doubt about the relevance of the overall performance of the sector – which 2019 proved to be the most dynamic among the sectors of the national fashion textile accessory - a more deepen examination of the data allows us to highlight how this growth hides the presence of “two speeds” inside the national product reality, whose fabric is made up of a large number of very small companies (70% have no more than 5 employees) for many of which, the year just ended, has reserved results far from those above mentioned double-figure averages. This is confirmed by the indications of numerous operators, an also by the figure relating to birth-mortality company released by Infocamere-Movimprese, which recorded a negative balance from January to December 2019 in the number of active leather goods companies equal to 120 units, between crafts and industry, as well as the resumption of the use – with reference to the largest aggregate of companies in the leather goods sector, to the wage integration tools - with the authorised wage support hours (CIG), increased in 2019 by +28%, with increases in both the ordinary component (+31%) than the extraordinary one (+40%).

Behind the overall considerable numbers linked to subcontracting for the brands, there is a very uneven situation among the companies (artisan workshops, small – medium dimensions own branded companies or not working for luxury brands) which have achieved, in 2019, less profitable or even negative results.

The Istat data on Italian leather goods and tanned leather exports also show that only Tuscany, among the main export regions, has recorded significant growth. The detail of the flows by destination and type of products allows to highlight further critical issues in recent international demand, as well as to underline their most rewarding aspects.

Behind the aforementioned Switzerland – which has become, not only in terms of value (where it holds 37.4% share of total exports) but also in terms of quantity, bypassing Germany, the first country – we find France, another destination, tied, in part, to subcontracting for the brands, which grew by 15.2% in value and + 8.3% in KG in the first 10 months of 2019.

France and Germany (where the cooling of the economy seems to have induced distribution to greater prudence in purchases, causing –5.9% drop in quantity, compared to substantial stability in value) have always been the main destination markets of the Italian operators, which also in 2019 directed 60% of the exported quantities to the 27 partners of European Union (against a much more limited share in value, equal to 27%, due to an average price of 72.60 euros per KG, four times less than that of goods sent to Extra EU (298 euros / KG).

On the whole, the EU markets registered a hold, both in terms of KG (+0.6%) and value (+1.4%) but with a move back in different countries: Spain, The Netherlands, Austria, Romania and Poland, to mention the main ones, recorded in fact decreases both in value and in volume, even if with different intensity. On the other hand, the sales trends towards the United Kingdom is favourable, +3% in value and +4.3% in KG, in a year characterized by the strong uncertainty linked to a possible Brexit no deal.

Positive indications for the North American markets, where both Canada (+16.8% in value and +3.3% in KG) and USA (+4.9% in value and +11.3% in quantity) are growing. The American market, our third destination in value and fourth in volume is very important and it’s for a long time under observation because we fear that tariff disputes with China, which have recently eased, may also extend to trade with the EU.

Difficulties persist in Russia where, after the partial recovery of the two-year period 2016- 2017 and the abrupt interruption of 2018, you can find double-figure contractions in the first 10 months of 2019 (-16.3% in value and –21.8% in KG), as happened for the contiguous footwear sector. Equally penalizing performance affected also the other two mains markets of the area, Ukraine and Kazakhstan (-8.5% and –7.3% in value, respectively).

Fluctuating results in the Far East, which recorded an overall +4.1% increase in value, accompanied however by a –3.2% drop in KG.

South Korea reaffirms the favourable trend of recent years, recording a further doublefigure increase (+19% in value with +12% in volume) which made it the fourth destination market in 2019, to the detriment of Hong Kong (-14.4% in value and even –26% in KG), which international trade statistics still consider separately from China. Mainland China grew by 11% in value (+5.3% in quantity).

If considered together, Mainland China and Hong Kong are confirmed at the second destination market for Italian leather exports, despite a –4.2% decrease in value on January / October 2018.

Japan, growing by 11.2% in value and +4.4% in KG, will certainly be able to offer the Italian operators important new development opportunities even thanks to the partnership agreement signed with the EU (which provides for a gradual but slow, liberalization).

Favourable trends also for Taiwan and for Thailand, which, thanks to increases in the order of 10%, has become one of the top 25 destination markets.

On the other hand, there was a heavy decrease, around -30%, in exports to Singapore, where the negative trend, which began in 2016 is going on.

It should be underlined that Far East markets are, among the main export destinations, those which have (together with Switzerland) the highest average price per KG, far higher than the average of the total Italian export.

Middle East markets are quite stable (-1.1% in value and +1.1% in KG globally), despite the positive signs in the UAE, the main customer of the area.

The export analysis by material highlights significant increases in value of 21.7%, both for leather goods products (which cover three quarters of the export national value) and for those in substitute (+40.8%).

But the leather goods sector – typical of Made in Italy production – shows a little contraction in quantity (-5.2%), with negative signs for bags (-4.8%) and small leather goods (i.e. wallets, purses, key rings, cases), dropped by -5.8% in KG.

The export of non-leather items is also consolidated in KG (+6.4%), with a +10.5% for bags.

Import appears to be almost stable in quantities (+0.7% over the first 10 months of 2018), with a +5% in value, as the low dynamism shown by the international market. The average price per KG (+4.3%) stood at € 22.60, more than 7 times lower than the one of exports (€ 162.24).

The imported leather products KG. decreased by -7.6%; the quantity of goods made of other material (largely majority, since they cover almost 90% of the volumes entering Italy) increased of 2% (but with +23.5% for bags). Both leather and substitute products increased of around 5% in value.

Goods arriving from China (first supplier with a share of more than 60% of the total quantity) increased by a 6.6% in quantity and 4.2% in value. Significant increase for Vietnam (+ 22% in KG, +39% in value). The average prices of products coming from these two countries are the lowest among those of the main suppliers (10.06 and 7.79 euro/KG, respectively).

Considerable growth for imports from France and Switzerland; important reduction for flows arriving from Romania and Spain.

Thanks to the strong increase in exports, the trade balance has recorded a substantial strengthening in the first 10 months (+39%), reaching 5.8 billion euros and exceeding the assets made in the whole 2018 (5.05 billion). Thanks to this result, chapter “42” of the leather goods sector confirmed the fifth place in terms of credit balance among the 99 commodity chapters that make up the customs nomenclature, guaranteeing a fundamental contribution to the Italian balance payments.

No news on the domestic front: in 2019 recorded a further contraction (-2.6%) in quantity and – 1.7% in expenditure, according to Sita Ricerca), confirming the unfavourable trend of recent years. These figures become even more penalizing, considering the umbrellas (down more than 5% because of the mild climate of the beginning of the year).

After a third quarter with weakly positive signs, the last part of the year highlighted new declines, excluding a cycle reversal.

Negative trends for handbags, -5.6% in volume and -3.8% in value, by far the most purchased items (they cover more than half of the total expenditure), as well as for belts (-5.5% in the number of pieces and -3.8% in value). More content decrease for wallets (-2.1% quantity). Backpacks are recovering compared to 2018; good for suitcases and trolley.

Regarding the trend by purchase channel, although the annual final date are not yet available, according to the first elaborations, the indications already highlighted in the first half of the year, which showed significant drops in the traditional retail, department stores and itinerant trade but a further growth for e-commerce, should be confirmed.

 

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MIPEL117:
THE WORLD OF LEATHER GOODS MEETS IN MILAN

 

After the brilliant performance of last September (+ 19% attendance compared to the September 2018 edition) MIPEL is preparing to reopen the doors of Hall 10 of FieraMilano-Rho from 16 to 19 February 2020 to present the FW2020/21 proposals of the over 300 participating brands.

The most important international exhibition in the world dedicated to bags and leather accessories, now in its 117th edition and organized under the patronage of the Municipality of Milan, confirms itself as an essential appointment for all brands, more or less known, who want to present the own product and get in touch with the main buyers worldwide.

At the same time as MIPEL, MICAM, the international footwear exhibition (16-19 February), and HOMI Fashion & Jewels (15-18 February), the event dedicated to fashion accessories, bijoux and trendy jewelry will take place, thus creating an exclusive polo reference in the universe of fashion accessories and an unmissable international business opportunity. Also noteworthy is the concurrence of two days with Milan Fashion Week (18- 19 February) and one day with the LINEAPELLE and SIMAC fairs (19 February).

Among the new brands present at MIPEL: RefrigiWear, Romeo Gigli e Spalding, rientrano invece brand come Golla, Ynot e Valigeria Roncato. are included. Confirmed, among the most devoted to MIPEL: Aereonautica Militare, Athison, Braccialini, Bric's, Caterina Lucchi, Gabs, Gio Cellini, Nannini e Secrid.

THE SUPPORT OF MAECI AND ITA – ITALIAN TRADE AGENCY

Also for this edition, MIPEL benefits from the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and the ITA for the enhancement of major trade fair events. Thanks to public support, the event strengthened buyers' international hospitality and communication activities.

BETWEEN SUSTAINABILITY, CRAFTSMANSHIP AND ITALIANITY

There are three themes on which the event turns the spotlight on: sustainability, craftsmanship and Italianity that the event promotes also through its advertising campaign which sees as protagonists some young leather goods manufacturers handling the tools of the trade, expression of craftsmanship (leather pieces, hammers, anvils, awls, chalks, scissors etc ...) but also with the emblems of Italian spirit, this to emphasize the added value of the Italian style of the event.

Italy is considered the cradle of art and know-how, MIPEL is therefore the ideal stage in which to present the best products and brands, the expression of the art of leather manufacturing from all over the world, of which, however, Italy remains absolute leader. The decision to place some young leather goods manufacturers immersed in a colorful world at the center of the communication campaign is not accidental: too often the world of leather goods is understood as "old", "traditional", "boring", MIPEL overturns the stereotype and recounts the beauty of a sector that can offer many job opportunities to young people who want to get involved. According to Confindustria Moda estimates, in the next 3 years the world of italian fashion industry will register a need of approximately 48,000 operating workers, of which a significant part refer to the leather goods sector which is, precisely, in continuous growth; therefore, there is an incredible world of opportunities to be seized by young people and this is one of the messages that the event wants to launch. Within the campaign there are also references to the theme of environmental sustainability: flowers and leaves join the other objects present and also through the use of ironic videos MIPEL launches the message that waste materials such as plastic, cans etc…, if properly recycled they can actually turn into new resources and therefore contribute to environmental well-being.

The line of sustainability will also be explored through the set-ups, collaboration with reference partners and the organization of specific workshops; in this way MIPEL aims to raise awareness among exhibitors and visitors about the contribution that each individual can make to the common cause of sustainability understood not only in the environmental sphere, but also in the social, economic and productive spheres.

NEWS AND CONFIRMATIONS

Visitors will be greeted by a new layout of the pavilion whose lanes will be covered with carpet made with eco-sustainable materials and, therefore, completely recycled and recyclable. The new layout will be characterized by a central area, the nerve center of the event: the area will be dedicated to two sectors that gather the greatest interest:

• the TREND AREA, the place where raw material and finished product come together to create an area of synthesis of the trends of the FW2020-21 season; the area was born from the collaboration with UNIC Italian Tanneries, which supplies the leathers and fabrics that best represent the trends presented, and the companies participating in the show whose products most representative of the reference trend are selected to make up the area.

SCENARIO, the flagship sector of the event where are located the most innovative and modern collections, bags and accessories made with sustainable materials or techniques, the brands that are not yet well known but super-cool! 37 are the brands that will exhibit in this area. Starting from the Trend Area, a wider area will be developed which will be set up with over 1,500 plants and only recycled materials that will then be given new life. It will be a space dedicated to workshops and performances that will animate the days of the fair.

In addition, starting at 6.30 pm on February 17th, the area will be the perfect stage for an exclusive party dedicated to exhibitors and visitors and animated by the extraordinary music of "Ben DJ", a name that means "party" in exclusive environments around the world. Of Tunisian origin but Milanese foster, Ben Dj is a true star for those who love dance music. Deejay and producer is disputed in VIP parties all over the world and was among the jurors of "All Together Now", the new music show conducted by Michelle Hunziker and J-Ax, aired on Canale 5.

On the occasion of this exclusive cocktail, interesting news will also be announced that will concern the edition of MIPEL next September (from 20 to 23).

THE "ITALIAN START UP" PROJECT

In one of the most important areas of the event, the square of the SCENARIO sector, a space will be set up dedicated to 10 young Italian designers, selected together with the ITA-Italian Trade Agency, who distinguished themselves for the creative idea of the project as well as for having made their own in some cases, sustainability issues: 11-10 Undici Dieci, Anita Bilardi, B Prime, Domozero, Eremo, Lara Bellini, Le Moki Milano, SPAZIOiF, ViaMailBag, Vive la Difference.

With this project, named "ITALIAN STARTUP", MIPEL and ITA reaffirm their support for emerging realities in order to find ever new ways to enhance and promote Italian creativity and genius. The brands selected for this area are also present within the event with thier own stand and being part of this project will therefore have an additional opportunity for visibility in the eyes of visitors and operators.

MIPEL SUPPORTS AND PROMOTES THE COMMUNITY OF SAN PATRIGNANO

MIPEL and the community of San Patrignano have started a collaborative project that has all the credentials to get far. The first step is to host a stand entirely dedicated to the young people of the community inside Hall 10 of FieraMilano-Rho whi will showcase the creations of the Design Lab of the San Patrignano leather goods sector and will perform live, during fair hours, practical demonstrations of working and decorating leather. This is an interesting way to let know the production reality of the Community that operates today both under its own brand (producing a San Patrignano brand line that, through MIPEL contacts, hopes to distribute to contribute to the sustainability of the Community) and in close contact with the most important Italian companies in the sector.

The leather goods sector of San Patrignano develops the understanding of the artisan product as a fusion of experiences from tradition and innovation processes in favor of excellence "designed and made in Italy". The focus of the project is the ability to understand the product, the knowledge of its tangible and intangible values, highlighting the value of applied production excellence. The cognitive background acts as an indispensable platform for developing skills related to all phases of product realization.

The sector collaborates as a production laboratory for important Made in Italy companies and with companies that decentralize their production processes with district logic. The presence at MIPEL, the cradle of leather goods, is therefore an incredible opportunity for the guys of the community who will thus be able to immerse themselves in an experience of direct contact with the major players in the sector.

The evolution of the project foresees that MIPEL may become in the future a moment in which the guys of the community, trained within the Design Lab and finished the recovery process, can get involved and introduce themselves to the companies present at the event which, accepting the challenge, they will therefore be able to count on a motivated and competent workforce.

In addition to hosting the children inside the fair, MIPEL has decided to support another sector of the community, the graphic one, by entrusting it with the printing of the official catalog of the event.

COLLABORATION WITH CAMERA BUYER ITALIA

An interesting news of this edition is the collaboration started with Camera Buyer Italia (CBI) which will sponsor two of the talks scheduled for the 4 days of the fair. The topics covered will be the central ones of the show (Italianity, sustainability, craftsmanship) addressed through the privileged eye of the buyers, the link between the brands and the final consumer.

There will also be a moment of in-depth analysis dedicated to the analysis on the change in the way of approaching brands by different generations of buyers.

A partnership, the one between MIPEL and CBI, which wants to be a first step for future wide-ranging initiatives: “CBI represents the most advanced point of the business model linked to the trade in fashion products, this for two main reasons: - comments Franco Gabbrielli, President of MIPEL and ASSOPELLETTIERI - first of all because this model has been able to span the decades consolidating a prestigious position but also because it has managed to interpret the transition from physical to digital trade in the right way, seizing and understanding its opportunities. We have the possibility - continues Gabbrielli - to share many collaborative hypotheses at a synergic level and this first step certainly goes in this direction by promoting an exchange of ideas and a sharing of projects also for the future of leather goods".

TALKS AND PERFORMANCES

MIPEL enriches its calendar of events from edition to edition, placing itself increasingly not only as a meeting and business moment between buyers and exhibitors but also as a moment of discussion of some of the main themes so dear to the fashion system today and more particularly to the supply chain of belonging: sustainability, digitalization, Made in Italy, start-ups, internationalization opportunities.

With this in mind, starting from Sunday 16 February, various “talks” will be held in the MIPEL workshop area (hall 10, between lane I and lane H), moderated by the journalist Andrea Guolo, to which all the visitors of the event will have free access. Among the various interventions planned, in addition to those of Camera Buyer Italia, there is also the testimony of the founders of the MIRTA platform, the e-tailer who bet on the craftsmen; the story of start-ups like Afhra, Boarini Milanesi and Red Rossini who, as new-born of independent leather goods, can be considered a mix between vision and courage and, finally, the testimony of the guys of the Leather goods Design Lab of San Patrignano where the bag is the (new) life.

The days of the event will also be enlivened by the performance of very different artists but with one common factor in common: the passion and the desire to communicate through their art and therefore leave a mark.

So on Sunday, February 16, visitors will be captured by the sounds and percussion of "Damat", a young composer and street drummer born in '94 who uses recycled materials to reproduce music. He started playing his mother's pots from an early age, now Damat plays in the biggest Italian and world cities with buckets, pots, plates and any other object that can produce a sound. He has participated in several television programs such as: Tu Si Que Vales, Edicola Fiore and Czechoslovakia Got Talent.

Monday 16 February at h. 17.00 instead it will be the turn of the social actress Tiziana Di Masi with her show: "Before buying, think!", an interactive show on education for sustainable purchasing, traceability and the real made in Italy. With more than 220 performances with the show "All I'm about to tell you is false" on tour since 2013, Tiziana is a na tional anti-counterfeiting testimonial for the Ministry of Economic Development and her show went on stage in the Chamber of Deputies, in the Senate and broadcast live on RAI Cultura. Since 2016 she is testimonial for legal purchase education for Confcommercio and Confindustria.

Space for dance instead on Tuesday 18 February thanks to "Modulo Academy": training place, born in Milan, dedicated to urban dances, is aimed at all students who wish to make dance their profession. On the occasion of the collaboration with MIPEL, "Modulo Academy" has created a flashmob with a street character, with a strongly current language, enhancing the artistic expression in all its forms, from dance to craftsmanship, with awareness in the present and trust in a future eco friendly. The academy dancers will perform twice starting from h. 17:00.

All performances will take place in the workshop area of pavilion 10.


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MIPEL PRESS REGISTRATIONS ARE OPEN!

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A single person will correspond to a single e-mail address, therefore he/she will receive only one entrance ticket. If you come together with another person also that person will have to register himself/herself online entering a different e-mail address (even a personal one).

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BARBIERI & RIDET
Tel: +39 02 58328232 
barbieriridet@mipel.it 

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MIPEL SCENARIO HIGHLIGHTS ON SUSTAINABILITY 

THE LEADING SECTOR OF THE EXHIBITION AWAITS YOU WITH LOTS 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 THREE BRANDS THAT FOCUS THEIR ATTENTION ON SUSTAINABILITY...

ALKEME ATELIER

 

ALKEME ATELIER

 

ALKEME ATELIER

ALKEME ATELIERis an American brand that focuses its attention on sustainability theme.

Alkeme is inspired by the ancient science of Alchemy and the process of transforming and combining the four elements: earth, water, fire and air to realize timeless pieces of artisanal handbags and accessories with exclusively sustainable materials.

 For the exterior of its bags, it uses vegan and vegetable fibre such as Pinatex, an innovative material made from pineapple leaf, but also cellulose fibre extracted from bamboo, or fabrics made with grapes, apple and cactus. The interior of the products are made by recycling 100% plastic bottles.

Alkeme takes care of the entire production chain: it relies on factories certified ISO 9001 and GRS (Global Recycled Standard certification), a product standard for tracking and verifying the content of recycled materials in final product.  

 

ALKEME ATELIER

SALZEN

TRANSPARENT IN EVERY STEP. RESPONSIBLE AND FAIR

SALZEN redefines the standards of business, it does this by making the backpack an indispensable and design accessory as well as standing out for its attention to the social and environmental responsibility.

SALZEN backpack are realized with materials that represent the perfect match with innovation, modernity and sustainability, in fact every product is PFC free and it at least is made of 22 PET 0,5l recycled bottles.

SALZEN is leading member of the FAIR WEAR FOUNDATION, and bluesign® partner, system to make sure that none of  fabrics or components are polluted by substances that could be harmful to nature or humans.

SALZEN

 

SALZEN

 

SALZEN

NOA COMPLEMENTOS

 

NOA Complements is a Spanish brand that realizes wooden bags and accessories, an excellent raw material for its versatility, flexibility and durability.

In fact, wood has a long life cycle and can be easily recycled.
NOA Complements uses German beech trees from forests that guarantee reforestation and all its suppliers are PEFC certified  .

In addition to that, products are made with Pinatex, an innovative material made from pineapple leaf and Ethical microfiber, fabric certified as sustainable and vegan, not harmful to the environment and humans.

NOA COMPLEMENTOS

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

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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

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