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Albiate 1830 shows FW18-19 edition at Kingpins-Amsterdam
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May '17
Albiate 1830, an Albini Group brand creating fabrics for shirts in the world and headquartered in Italy, is set to display a preview of its FW18-19 collection, the new face of the brand, at the recently held Kingpins-Amsterdam edition, the first-ever boutique trade show focusing on branding in the denim industry, held on April 19 and 20, 2017.

The preview of the FW18-19 collection shown during Kingpins perfectly mirrored the company’s exclusive trends and charmed the visitors with its never-ending patterns, colours and textile solutions.

Albiate 1830, leader in the world of lightweight fabrics, offers during each season a wide range of concepts coming in more than 1,000 versions, created to be the perfect ingredients for shirts, blouses, jacket, vest, and for all the garments that need a refined and cool ally.

The company’s three main lines of the collections include Denim, which reveals each and every shade of the indigo world; Sport, which is casual and contemporary; and Jacquard, which is versatile and full of unexpected aesthetic solutions. (GK)

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