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Responsible Italian textiles to display at Premiere Vision
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Feb '14
GB Network invites to discover a world of innovative and responsible textiles for fashion, home and lifestyle at Première Vision, February 18th – 20th, 2014.
 
GB Network invites to experience premier quality and style for smart, exclusive sustainable design of C.L.A.S.S. (Creativity Lifestyle and Sustainable Synergy) at Première Vision. In its free-standing booth the best selection of eco high-tech materials worldwide will be displayed.
 
Guided eco-textile tours through fabric producers and C.LA.S.S. partners exhibiting at the fair will also be available daily from February 18th to February 20th at the following times: 12 am and 4 pm, leaving from the C.L.A.S.S. space at Hall 5 booth G13.
 
The worldwide preview of the exhibition: “Archivio Mantero and Miroglio Textile collection”, a project born from the creativity of two great italian textile dynasties and enjoy the “art to wear” of Paolo Galetto at the Miroglio Textile display at booth Hall 5 A26/B25.
 
On display E.volution, too, the unique business and service platform offers a full range of printing solutions 100% Made in Italy.
 
At the event one can discover the revolutionary achievements of NewLife, the sustainable platform made entirely in Italy, fully traceable, and created from 100% post consumer bottles through a unique High-Tech Conversion Model (HTCM ) based on  a mechanical process.
 
NewLife presents at Premiere Vision its collaboration with Weekend Max Mara and the debuts of its menswear fabric collection, a knitting collection and a unique jersey crepe. All at Hall 5 booth B10.
 

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