Go Old ’50, a company that owns the Sweet Years brand, has signed a licensing agreement with Cappelletti, and Italian company from the Marche region, to manufacture and distribute a line of shoes for men and women. The first collection, developed for Spring Summer 2006, will be featured at the MICAM fair in Milan this week. Two famous Italian football players, Paolo Maldini and Christian Vieri, are among the shareholders of Go Old ’50. The Sweet Years range is expected to be extended to children’s at a later stage. In addition to 550 Italian stores, the first collection is targeted at a sales network covering also shoe retailers in Japan, Spain, Germany, Greece and Russia already serviced by Cappelletti, which expects to sell 25.000 pair of Sweet Years shoes worth €1.3 million in the first year.