A renewed internationality. A horizon of interest that expanded its boundaries. An essential, timely, stimulating networking moment. Lineapelle London was back in style yesterday, in the usual venue of the Ham Yard Hotel in Soho. And it came back demonstrating how the fashion, luxury and design industries are hungry for opportunities to meet and exchange ideas, after the bewilderment caused by the pandemic.
Lineapelle London is back
Smiling faces. An eagerness to share ideas, projects and intercept the right materials to develop them to the full. Less curious people, a very focused and interested audience of buyers and creatives. Attitudes and ways of doing things that the photogallery below confirms and underlines. In short, Lineapelle London returned to the pre-Covid formula, fully achieving its objective of expanding the international dimension of its offer. And welcoming visitors from the fashion and accessory sectors, as well as design and interior design.
Who was there
Lineapelle London’s one-day event hosted 43 exhibitors. Besides the 23 Italians, 14 were French and 6 Spanish. In terms of merchandise, 35 were tanneries, 4 textiles and 4 accessory makers. It presented the trends for summer 2024 developed by the Lineapelle Committee, entitled Other People’s Eyes, and offered a live insight into them during two packed seminars.