By  on February 14, 2019

MILAN — Handbag and accessories trade show Mipel has changed its skin over the past four years in an attempt to boost its global relevance, working on drawing more international and domestic buyers and building a reputation as an upscale fair spotlighting Made in Italy.

Organizers and exhibitors said the efforts paid off. The 115th edition of the four-day trade show, which closed here on Feb. 13, attracted around 14,000 visitors, up 7 percent compared with the September edition, although the number dropped by 2.9 percent compared with February 2018.

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