Italy’s Dribbling has further boosted its large portfolio of children’s brands by adding a license with Oilily, the well-known Dutch children’s apparel firm, for a line of children’s shoes starting with the Fall/Winter 2006/07 season. The line is set to generate annual sales of about €6 million. Dribbling already licenses and distributes children’s shoes under such names as Buckle My Shoes, Roberto Cavalli, Cacharel, Fiorucci, Flexa Jr. and Giugiaro. Falc, another Italian specialist in the Marche region that has just introduced Kenzo children’s shoes, has held the Oilily license until now. Falc, which is best known for its own Naturino line, has just hired a new export development manager for all its lines, based in France. The executive is Jean-François Bru, who ran Aster and then sold it to Mod’8 in 2001. He left the Mod’8 group one year ago to work in a completely different sector.