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Ratti to produce & distribute Ratti fashion accessories
27
Nov '15
Ratti will produce and distribute a collection of fashion accessories for men and women like stoles, scarves, bags, etc of Furla.

“Furla chose Ratti for its globally-consolidated reputation in the textile industry, for its extensive know-how in prints and its ability to interpret Furla's DNA with high-end products,” a Rutti press release said.

“Furthermore, both companies share a deep respect for their Made in Italy heritage and tradition,” the press release added.

The scarves and stoles in silk twill and chiffon or modal blended with cashmere, silk and viscose come in a wide array of patterns.

These are collages of Furla's iconic bags, drawings that nod to the world of graffiti and cartoons, blurry artsy swirls and the animal realm interpreted in both abstract and innovative versions.

“The men's line-up channels a metropolitan mood for a young and cosmopolitan man who updates his look with geometric patterns, inventive colour blocks and an exclusive camouflage motif,” Furla informed.

According to Furla, the collection perfectly reflects Furla's values, legacy and modernity infused with joyfulness, bold colours and upbeat energy.

The Ratti archive houses all the samples made since the company was established, beginning with the legendary F1 – the very first scarf designed by its founder in 1945.

The encyclopedic archive collection consists of over 400,000 fabrics with their respective original sketches, proof prints and samples, and includes men's and women's accessories, apparel, home and contract fabrics. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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