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Italian fabrics maker Gruppocinque debuts two collections
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Jul '15
Italian fabrics producer Gruppocinque has unveiled two collections, one under its namesake label Gruppocinque and the other under the name of Swing.

According to a Gruppocinque press release, this season, a new cool aesthetic has emerged from a true Italian lifestyle taste for modern living.

This, it said, has come through four strong ‘Metropolitan’ looks with colour accents on a modulated neutral ground, and a smart contemporary interpretation of nature re-imagined through a new mix of colours, textures and pattern.

The Gruppocinque collection is dedicated to women’s contemporary fashion aesthetics under the Gruppocinque label where colour is king, and the fabrics have the heartbeat of the season at their core.

For Autumn 16/17, the collection offers new wool and silk combinations with Newlife in textures, double cloths, reversibles, astrakhan and faux knit structures.

Fleece effect finishes mix with geometric jacquards and micro patterned silk blends, while tessellated marocains and classic checked settings create movement and drama.

The second, completely contrasting range is a new, super-slick, genderless technical concept called Swing.

It incorporates the latest technical research in new finishes, touches and skin-feel that have been given an unusual optical through unique yarn dye combinations and new structures research.

Gruppocinque informed that one will forget the common plainness of piece dyed fabrics and instead enjoy a new and subversive 3D reflective subtlety created through a balanced contrast of yarns, lusters and colours.

Using ultra-fine nylons with super-light cottons and silks, new super-sophisticated effects emerge, that are at once unique, subtle and rich.

“This new perception of colouration combines naturals with eco-smarts and techno coolness with an ambition that celebrates and safeguards the idea of diversity and difference,” it added.

The new collections will be on view at View Premium Selection Monaco, Premiere Vision New York, Munich Fabric Start, Milano Unica, Premiere Vision Paris and Tokyo Forum. (AR)

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