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The Week in Footwear: Première Vision Expands Footwear Manufacturing Solutions

Canadian designer John Fluevog debuts patriotic collection

Canadian footwear designer John Fluevog is celebrating the 150-year anniversary of his home country with two limited-edition shoes that exemplify Canadian pride. (Read More)

Emilio Pucci’s new sneakers are a trip around the world

Emilio Pucci sees the world in color. The Italian design house, best known for its abstract prints and bold color palettes, bowed a limited-edition collection of sneakers inspired by major world cities. (Read More)

Première Vision expands footwear manufacturing solutions

Première Vision will broaden its offer of services tailored for the footwear industry at its next show in Paris, Sept. 19-21. (Read More)

Catching up with Flip Flop Shop president Brian Curin

Consumers may be flip-flopping in their retail spending behaviors, but they’re proving to be loyal to the summer footwear category. (Read More)

Report: Louis Vuitton’s Italian footwear is made in Romania

Louis Vuitton is synonymous with traditional European luxury, but a new report reveals the brand’s footwear stamped “made in Italy” is manufactured in factories in Transylvania, Romania. (Read More)

Back-to-school sales expected to grow 4%

A younger demographic is turning to e-commerce to shop for back-to-school items, including apparel and accessories. (Read More)

Hoka One One expands athletic roster

Hoka One One, owned by Deckers Brands, adds triathlete Kristen Kasper and ultrarunner Tim Freriks to its impressive athlete roster. (Read More)