Mess Around, the young and growing shoe fair in Paris, will host for the first time more than 20 brands specializing in leathergoods at its Sept. 5-7 session. This follows a decision by the French Leathergoods Federation a few weeks ago to stop its shrinking Accessoire Avenue fair and to place the related company, Sedim, into liquidation. Sedim which bought the former Midec a few years ago, has been unable to attract enough exhibitors from the shoe and leathergoods sectors in competition with Mess Around and a number of well-established fashion fairs such as Who's Next and Première Classe.