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A.Stelloni Collection by Mapel to use Re.Verso Baby Camel
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Sep '16
The A.Stelloni Collection by Mapel will present its new range created using 100 per cent Re.Verso Baby Camel yarn at the September Première Vision show. It will present new textures, structures and finishing by introducing the extra-soft variants of new Re.Verso fabric blends and the new products will be added to the already established Re.Verso collection.

The new, exclusive, super chic and responsible Re.Verso Baby Camel yarn was introduced by Filpucci at the June 2016 Pitti Filati 79. It is a soft and delicate yarn, with a unique touch that preserves all the natural, luxury proprieties of baby camel and reveals its intrinsic and precious nuances combined with the most contemporary and deluxe aspirations.

Re.Verso is the trademark of a new, totally traceable, certified and transparent, Italian textile system for wool-based materials. It is a fully integrated chain for truly unique and highly valuable materials. Production is based on wool and cashmere pre consumer clippings, supplied by the best Italian and international fashion brands and industry producers.

The innovative and exclusive system creates great savings in energy (-76%), water consumption (-89%) and CO2 emissions (-96%), as certified by a LCA (Life Cycle Assessment) from PRIMA Q (data related to wool). The system is certified Global Recycling Standard (GRS), ISO 9001 and SA8000.

This supply chain of excellence is based on the collaboration of five premium textile Italian producers: Green Line and Nuova Fratelli Boretti for the raw material, A. Stelloni Collection by Mapel for fashion textiles, Filpucci for high-end, luxury knitwear yarns and Filatura C4 for contract and woven yarns.

Several brands have selected the Re.Verso products as main smart choices of their lines for the A/W 2016/2017 and include a diverse roster of adoptions. Other fashion protagonists like Eileen Fisher, Filippa K, Patagonia and Stella McCartney are using Re.Verso for their high profile knits collections.

Re.Verso was presented for the first time at Première Vision September 2014 as the result of two years dedication in the development of the concept and processes by the Gucci Group, C.L.A.S.S. and Re.Verso itself. Together they have worked diligently to leverage the advantage that a new and unique supply chain could achieve in delivering more innovative yet responsible fashion materials. (KD)

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