The new SS21 collection of the Made in Italy brand of leather goods Yosono focuses on geometric lines and chromatic shades as a reply in reacting to the uncertainties of everyday life
Messe Offenbach GmbH
The new date for the International Leather Goods Fair is April 10-12, 2021, in response to the ongoing pandemic
Messe Offenbach GmbH
ILM Offenbach is not only one of the largest and most important trade fairs of its kind, but also as a knowledge platform for the latest trends and innovations in the field of fashion accessories and travel goods
The evolution of the pandemic crisis forces the organisers of the Turkish event dedicated to international outerwear to reschedule its dates from 10 to 12 June
UNIC – Unione Nazionale Industria Conciaria
A Tuscan at the top of the association of Italian tanners
Italian trade exchange by region and province in the ATECO CB151 category records a double-digit downtrend during the first six months of 2020, connected to the inevitable lockdown of March and April and the slowdown in global demand caused by the pandemic.
The edition that was held last September wanted to give a strong and concrete signal to the sector and international market with its ninety brands and the MIPEL Digital Trade Show project meant to support the physical fair.
The collection of the brand, created from the creative partnership between Simona Sabbatini and Stefano Turco, crosses national borders with its timeless and cosmopolitan style.
Born and raised in Guglionesi (Molise), he started from the manufacturing traditions of his land to create his own handmade bags. Now, with his new collection, he looks to faraway lands and to the Japanese culture of fans.
Born from the collaboration between Regenesi and journalist Michela Gattermayer, the new unisex collection uses an innovative green fabric created from the regeneration of plastic bottles.
Made well and made with love is the mantra of the artisans working on the project of Columbian designer Carolina Rocha, where harmony, colour, and nature are woven together into tricot patterns in handmade and eco-friendly bags.
A multidisciplinary project created in collaboration with the designer and architect of worldwide fame, Patricia Urquiola, and the leader in the marble industry, Budri: a unique mix of craftsmanship and technology.
The historic Made in Italy brand of leather goods, founded in Tuscany in the Seventies, presented a fashion show during Milan Fashion Week with its models barefoot among the vineyards, renewing its Bohemian style in contact with nature
Born in Canada, but raised in Italy, designer Veronica Quarterman is the creator of QMAN, the cosmopolitan, glamour, and luxury brand of bags. In our exclusive interview, we discover the influences and inspirations behind her passion for accessories, the contents of her SS21 collection and future projects