LINEAPELLE: Fall Winter 2023/24, creativity, impeccable technical quality and, of course, sustainability are back
The fall winter 2023/24 season will be characterized by the spasmodic search for "Possible Worlds looking for other stories, stories that we have never heard and told, through knowledge, relationships, thoughts and words that we have not yet found or for some reason discarded."
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Lineapelle Materials A/W ’23-24
The great fears on the horizon have not prevented Lineapelle from returning to growth and showing glimpses of a recovery that has brought attention back to some pivotal themes for the coming seasons: design with a marked dose of creativity, increasingly high technical quality and, it goes without saying, sustainability.
Lineapelle Accessories A/W 23-24
The fall winter 2023/24 season will be characterized by the spasmodic search for Possible Worlds that seek other stories, stories we have never heard and told, through knowledge, relationships, thoughts, and words we have not yet found or for some reason discarded
In view of the growing market demand, the company has installed additional machines for lasering mounting insoles.Read
Gustavo Defeo, owner of the well-known analysis laboratory, also confirms the qualities of the Ecotan tanning system: natural, metal free, recyclable and capable of preserving the soft hand of the leather.Read
D-house by DYLOAN opened its doors during Milan Design Week 2022 for a seven-day event showcasing innovative projects under the banner of technology, R&D, sustainability and education.Read
For over 50 years a leader in the development of accessories and small metal and plastic accessories, today the company opens the doors of its ‘Innovation Lab’ to partner companies working in the field of footwear manufacturing and elsewhere, so they can fully pursue their innovation and creativity-oriented goals.Read
The Tuscan company, which has been in the luxury leather sector for Haute Couture for more than 50 years and whose share capital was acquired for 43.65 percent by the Prada Group, presented its new winter collection at Lineapelle, including the new bio-sustainable tanning.Read
Getting to know a company through the people in it is a great sieve to identify its values, potential and prospects. Our journey at Forestali continues with Vincenzo Farina, QA & EHS manager.Read
The Group, one of the global leading companies in the tanning industry, sticks to the path to sustainability by making official its participation in the United Nations Global Compact, the world's widest corporate citizenship strategic iniziative.Read
The Hong Kong-based company, specialised in high-quality metal zippers, offers its customers the innovative Duo-Color Series, conceived to maximise creativity and customisation.Read
The Milan-based B Corp presented at the last edition of the fair its FreeBio™ and Beyond Plastic™ bio-based solutions and its innovative method based on transforming products from "traditional" to "responsible."Read
Since 1907 itTessitura Attilio Imperiali has been producing fabrics for clothing and footwear, following a never-ending production excellence mindset, with respect for the well-being of the planet.Read
The revolutionary jacquard weaving technology developed by Texon gives Umbro's new football shoes superior levels of elasticity and stability.Read
The company from Montorso Vicentino (VI) offers the market two articles with a particularly smoothness, pleasant to the touch, as well as to the eye, available in various colours.Read
The market has already shown interest in the innovative, high-performance, environmentally friendly, fast and simple to apply solutions proposed by the company.Read
The Italian multinational has developed new aqueous dispersions with organic raw materials for leather treatment in the fashion industry.Read
The Drake polyester reinforcement that enables footwear and leather goods to withstand the most extreme stresses is GRS certified.Read
A state-of-the-art fabric derived from olive pit powder and a recycled leather that ennobles waste material destined for landfills: these are the two leading products of EMM, a company located in the heart of the Marches territory that has made sustainability part of its drive towards innovation.Read
The success of the innovative cactus-based "leather" brand with high aesthetic, performance and sustainability qualities continues, with an even larger collection presented last September at Lineapelle and opening a new European branch in Milan.Read
Tacchificio Villa Cortese (TVC) continues its path to keep creating sustainable heels that rely on plastic materials increasingly less derived from fossil substances.Read
Innovative and eco-conscious, Gommus proposes with its Go!Zero brand four different paths to reduce or zero waste creation, while respecting maximum lightness and comfort.Read
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