by Modem – Posted March 11 2018
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After the successes recorded in the previous three editions (October 2016, March and October 2017), the exhibition “MIPEL Showroom Leather goods in Korea” returns to Seoul with 21 Italian leather goods companies, most of which AIMPES members, which will present the FW 2018/19 collections at the Park Hyatt Hotel in Gangnam. The program of the days is packed and will start on Tuesday 13 with the inauguration at the presence of the Italian Ambassador in Seoul, Dr. Marco Della Seta, the Director of the ICE Office in Seoul, Dott.ssa Paola Bellusci and the General Manager of AIMPES and CEO of MIPEL, Dr. Danny D’Alessandro.

“Italy is the country of “the beauty and well done. Some markets recognize the quality more than others: among these, certainly we count South Korea. AIMPES – Italian Leather Goods Association – confirms, therefore, its own support and the maximum effort to bring its members, but not only, in the markets that work . Ours is a vocation to internationalization, this is the meaning of our commitment “- comments Danny D’Alessandro, AIMPES Director General and CEO of MIPEL.

This will be followed by a round table open to buyers and professional press on the theme “Creativity and sustainability in Italian leather goods”. The event is organized in collaboration with UNIC – National Union of the tanning industry – and with Studio Mattori, which was entrusted with the development of trends. Some entrepreneurs holding exhibiting companies will take part in the initiative.

Every day, starting from 2.30 pm, the trends directions will be presented in the special “trend area”, which will show the leading products of some brands that participated in MIPEL last edition (11-14 February 2018) and showcase the “beautiful and well-made” Made in Italy product: Alila, Bakarà, BBenBag, Belloni de Silva, Capsula, Donatella Brunello, Dampaì, Giorgia Baiocco, Harleq, Marchetti Uomo, Mustè, Spazio IF.

from March 13 to March 15 2018
from 10.00am to 6.00pm

Park Hyatt Seoul
606 Teheran-ro, Daechi 2(i)-dong

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