No.21 Inks Licensing Deal For Kids Shoe Line

MILAN – Italian upper-contemporary label No. 21 has inked a three-year licensing agreement with Andrea Montelpare SpA for the design, production and distribution of its kids shoe line.

“I enjoy designing for kids, find creating children’s shoes a joyful experience,” said No. 21’s founder Alessandro Dell’Acqua. “This collection completes my product range for the little ones, complements perfectly my new No. 21 Kids clothing line.

Dedicated to children aged 4 to 12, the first collection for fall-winter 2016 will be presented at the next edition of Pitti Bimbo in Florence, slated for Jan. 21 to 23.

“We are particularly honored to have the chance to work with No. 21 and its founder Alessandro Dell’Acqua,” said Andrea Montelpare. “Sure of achieving good results together, we’re happy about putting our know-how in making children’s shoes at the service of the brand and its creative director, guaranteeing a top-quality product totally Made in Italy,” he added.

Andrea Montelpare SpA manufactures and distributes the kids shoe collections of a wide range of fashion labels, including Diesel, Roberto Cavalli, Dsquared2, Iceberg, John Galliano and Cesare Paciotti.

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