Lineapelle 2019: number 97

Date: 25 September 2019 | Category: Industry
Lineapelle 2019: number 97

LINEAPELLE 97: red for everyone and free seats in textiles

From 2 to 4 October 2019, the consolidated appointment with LINEAPELLE is back in Milan, a fair that highlights the leather goods, footwear, accessories, luxury and design sectors in the automotive sector and beyond.

As always in the LINEAPELLE pre-fair Italian appointments the nuances that will make the difference in the proposed styles are already identified, this year, in fact, there will be a dominant color: a particular tone of red, as it was defined in the occasions of meeting in London and New York. "The skin at the bottom is worn every day" and in London, a make-up artist, interacted with the public, coloring the lips of the visitors with red, with a particular lipstick specially created as a gadget for the next fair.

At LINEAPELLE, the styles and ideas for the 2020-2021 winter season are explored and, therefore, a particular tone of red will be the must-have reference.

Meanwhile, the textile sector asks for new figures and research process experts, technological experts and managers among the youngest. The announcement comes from Busto Arsizio, at the Cotton Textile and Clothing Center (CENTROCOT), where the Education Committee of Sistema Moda Italia (SMI) stated that in the Italian fashion sector (clothing, footwear, textiles, luxury and design) they lack today figures prepared for the next technological challenges in favor of growth and maintenance of Made in Italy success.

The Italian textile sector has always been a hard core of the country's turnover, despite cyclical crises and not least, the fight against counterfeiting coming from foreign markets. And yet, there are Italian companies that have kept their feet steady and have continued to develop, stimulating research and production, structuring themselves, investing and today have become the firm leaders of the Italian textile system. The one who held the blow has grown and will continue to grow.

Specifically, in order to continue to develop the Made in Italy in the best possible way, in the textile, clothing, footwear, leather and accessories fields, people are looking for figures who know the materials, textures and their applications well, and who are prepared for the use of technology, the application of integrated processes and the management of human resources. At the moment it seems, according to the data proposed in Busto Arsizio, that the research is open to 50,000 new employees to be included in the workforce by 2022.

This means that during the upcoming upcoming edition of LINEAPELLE number 97, we will certainly find increasingly innovative proposals, with greater attention to eco-sustainable choices, the integration of technologies and robotics, the selection of more natural raw materials and processes for the processing of garments and accessories.

Alberta Barbagli



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