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SAS, a leader in the stylish, comfort footwear category, is introducing its Fall ’18 Collection.Read More
FFANY Members and the fashion industry join 2018 Ambassador Katy Perry in celebrating 25 years of advancement in the quest for a cure for breast cancer!Read More
Looking to gain knowledge and skills in the world of shoemaking? FFANY is proud to partner with the experts at Arsutoria School to bring the 5-day course “The Art of Shoemaking” to Los Angeles from March 12-16. A big thank you to the Two Ten Footwear Foundation, who is offering a full scholarship ($2,500 value) to footwear industry employees looking to advance their careers through education – learn more.
FFANY's recent Emerging Designer Panel gave retail executives, industry members, and footwear’s most promising emerging designers the opportunity to have an open dialogue about what it takes to make a mark in the industry.Read More
Season after season, Spanish footwear brands remind the European comfort market that designs can be colorful and full of character. These brands recently share their Fall ’18 collections during FFANY Market Week.Read More
Materials may change and heel heights may go out of style, but “Made in Italy” remains an asset on the footwear sales floor. Brands Pas De Rouge, Summit by White Mountain, Flexx Studios and RelaxShoe recently showed at FFANY.Read More
Footwear brands are plotting ways to grow their current business deeper and new business wider as men’s and women’s shoe brands revealed a first look at Fall ’18 product lines during FFANY Market Week.Read More
FFANY corralled some of the industry’s leading up-and-coming designers for a panel discussion, covering everything from the importance of choosing the right manufacturer, to Meghan Markle’s love for Sarah Flint shoes.Read More
Women’s fashion footwear brands revealed the first round of their Fall ’18 collections at FFANY last week. The result is a mixed bag of something old and something new as brands play off the success of current best-sellers. Here’sRead More