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ITTI LOVE boots & handbags were launched at MODA a year ago and have proved to be an instant success with retailers across the UK. The fresh styling and original


colour combinations are immediately appealing, and the high margin + high quality have given retailers every chance to improve both their image and profitability.


The factory is in Elche, Spain. Over recent years it has studied the way non-


European manufacturers calculate their prices and has come up with a solution to be both competitive and creative at the same time. Quality is the most important ingredient.........all the boots have leather linings and the soles of the riding boots are constructed in the traditional way rather than applying cheaper block units. The leathers used are soft to handle but have the correct amount of "shine" to make the boots look very rich, and expensive. Co-ordinating handbags give an added dimension to the collection.


For 2013 the designer has added some new constructions and lasts to the range:


two fashion wedges, two heel heights of "classic" boots and a line of super-flexible "glove" construction boots. The main part of the collection will, however, continue to be the lovely riding boots with matching bags.


This year the full collection by VITTI LOVE will be shown at: PURE LONDON


(stand FO446); MODA UK (stand R9); MICAM MILAN (hall 2) and at THE KENSINGTON SHOE EVENT.


For further information contact Martin Ward: 07778 595508 martinwardfootwear@hotmail.co.uk


18 • MODA SUPPLEMENT • FEBRUARY 2013


Vitti Love


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