Brasil Fashion Now takes the best of Brazilian footwear fashion to international buyers

The wide variety of sustainable resources and materials available in Brazil combined with the Brazilian cultural diversity inspire the country's footwear industry. A traditional manufacturer and the fourth largest producer of shoes in the world, the design and quality of Brazilian shoes attract more and more markets around the world. If you want to get to know the best of Brazilian fashion, you must visit Blanc's platform and the project Brasil Fashion Now. Find all the footwear segments that feature the Brazilian DNA at BLANC Fashion. Most of the main footwear brands in Brazil are part of the B2B (business-to-business) digital platform. The action is developed within the project Brasil Fashion Now, which aims to present Brazilian fashion to buyers from all over the world, focusing on the U.S. and European markets. 

Learn more about the participating brands: 


A pioneer in the anti-stress footwear segment, the brand has been valuing the comfort and quality of its products since it was established. It manufactures shoes for men and women, anatomic insoles, and special lines of products, such as the Diabetic’s Line, geared towards people with diabetes.

 Luiza Barcelos

Brand of women's leather shoes and accessories, Luiza Barcelos aims to be present at the remarkable moments of its customers' lives with its products. They feature a colourful mood combined with distinguished technological materials, such as nylon, crystal rhinestones, and matelassé fabric. 

Matuschka Mia

Founded in 2016, Matuschka Mia continuously invests to provide children and moms with the pleasure of a comfortable product with a modern design. Comfort and design are essential characteristics that are at the base of the entire manufacturing process of the brand's shoes and accessories. 


A trendsetter, Vizzano celebrates the personality of sophisticated women who know their own style very well. The brand, which belongs to Grupo Beira Rio, seeks to transform the wishes of fashionistas into reality. Besides, it always aims to add a definite dose of glamour to the products.


Concerned with the healthy walk of the little ones, Klin has been present in the Brazilian market for over 35 years and operates in more than 50 countries. Quality and variety of items to make the little ones more comfortable combined with modern technology in product development are some of the distinguishing features of the brand's shoes.

A Mafalda

Established in 2008 by designer Maria Fernanda Sodré, the brand relies on an exclusive team of craftspeople that manufacture the shoes one by one, with a variety of natural, high-quality leathers. Handmade, the shoes represent urban diversity, without ever lacking comfort.


With a production of 20 thousand pairs a day, Bebecê seeks to meet the desires and needs of contemporary women, considering the plurality of their styles and moments. The brand's products combine affordable fashion and comfort and are present in footwear stores in several countries through more than six thousand retailers.

Tnin Shoes

Geared towards children, the brand develops an ecologically sustainable concept of "everyday-play" sneakers. Tnin Shoes uses 100% recycled canvas made from cotton textiles leftover from textile production and PET plastic bottles that do not require chemical processes. In addition, the soles are made of rubber, and the insoles are made of green EVA foam, using sugar cane.

Petite Jolie

With a complete line of shoes and accessories, Petite Jolie has its own PVC alloy, J-Lastic, which provides an exclusive scent and the possibility of working with intense, fun colors. The brand believes that the strongest trend is having the freedom to dare, create, and have fun during the process of being who you want to be.

About the Brazilian Footwear:

The Brazilian Footwear is an exports promotion program developed by Abicalçados in partnership with Apex-Brasil. The program aims to increase exports of Brazilian footwear brands through actions aimed at development, trade promotion, and image, focusing on the international market. Learn more: |

 About Apex-Brasil:

The Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brasil) works to promote Brazilian products and services abroad and to attract foreign investment into strategic sectors of the Brazilian economy. To reach these goals, Apex-Brasil carries out diverse trade promotion actions that aim to promote exports and to value Brazilian products and services abroad, such as prospective and trade missions, business networking meetings, support for the participation of Brazilian companies in important international fairs, and visits from foreign buyers and opinion formers to get to know the Brazilian manufacturing structure, among other business platforms that also aim to strengthen the Brazil brand. Learn more: