São Paulo will soon host Inspiramais with its thousands of releases in footwear, clothing, accessories, and interior design materials all under one roof. Leather has a privileged space at the event — which is celebrating its 10 year anniversary in this edition — where 16 tanneries will be showing off their developments in fashion, quality, and sustainability. Inspiramais takes place January 14th and 15th at the Pro Magno Events Center (Av. Prof.ª Ida Kolb, 513. Casa Verde São Paulo).
The event is put on by the Centre for the Brazilian Tanning Industry (CICB); Brazilian Association of Leather, Footwear, and Artifact Components Companies (Assintecal); Abit; Tex Brasil; By Brasil Components and Chemicals; and the Brazilian Leather project, a partnership between the CICB and the Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brasil) to encourage leather exports.
The key word in this edition of Inspiramais is Synchrony. The concept of synchrony reflects the influence of connectivity as associated with the speed of information and artificial intelligence. It suggests that the future is something immediate while also combining references from the past and present. The trend of synchrony sets the tone for the developments that will be presented, as well as the special projects and lectures that will make up programming.
One of the featured exhibits at Inspiramais is the Leather Preview, which presents an anticipation of trends made from leathers worked by the participating tanneries who will be present at the event. A lounge full of leather furniture, done in partnership with the Brazilian Furniture Industry Association (Abimóvel), will also be available to Inspiramais visitors.
Participating tanneries in this edition of Inspiramais:
OCM Best Brasil
Ravagnani e Cia e Curtume Andradina
Inspiramais 2021_I Sincronia
January 14th, from 9 am to 7 pm
January 15th from 9 am to 6 pm
Pro Magno events center (Av. Prof.ª Ida Kolb, 513. Casa Verde São Paulo)
Sign up and info: www.inspiramais.com.br
About Brazilian Leather — As a leather sector internationalization project, Brazilian Leather is conducted by the Centre for the Brazilian Tanning Industry (CICB) in partnership with Apex-Brasil (the Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency). There are numerous strategies for consolidating national leathers and hides in foreign markets — encouraging the participation of tanneries in the principle global trade fairs and business missions focused on closer relations between Brazilian suppliers and buyers from other countries are but two of them. More information at www.brazilianleather.com.br