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Re.VerSo to show eco-friendly fabrics at Première Vision
Sep '14
Italian textile producer of eco-friendly fabrics, Re.VerSo will exhibit its range of responsibly-produced range of fashion fabrics at the upcoming Première Vision salon in Paris from September 16-18, 2014.

C.L.A.S.S. (Creativity, Lifestyle and Sustainable Synergy), a responsible lifestyle consultancy and product platform and Gucci, one of the worlds’ leading luxury brands collaborated with Re.VerSo to design and create these fashion fabrics.

Together they worked to leverage the advantage that a new and unique supply chain could achieve in delivering more innovative yet responsible fashion materials.

These cashmere fabrics have also been used in creating Gucci AW15/16 men women and children collections.

Re.VerSo said its products are unique in its look and feel, fully traceable throughout its whole supply chain and fully made in Italy.

The Re.VerSo fabric production process begins with collecting pre-consumer textile selected waste, mainly wool but not limited to, and converting it into fiber through a mechanical process, and then spin into yarns from which knitted, woven and knitwear fashion fabrics can be produced.

Re.VerSo is a new textile platform set up by group of three Italian mills, Nuova Fratelli Boretti, Green Line and Lanificio Stelloni.

Green Line is responsible for sourcing and sorting all the pre-consumer waste yarn and fabrics from sources all over Italy and selected European countries.

Nuova Fratelli Boretti recycles the mixed pre-consumer textile material into a high quality, wool-centric fibre base ready for spinning.

While, Lanificio Stelloni converts the fibre in to yarn and later in to fashion knitted and woven fabrics for conversion in to fashion clothing.

Re.VerSo also converts surplus waste of other manufacturers through its technology, even encouraging them to use their own selected mills to finalize fabrics.

Re.VerSo-made products can be seen year round in the C.L.A.S.S. fabric library in Milan, London, Copenhagen, Madrid and New York.

The Re.VerSo launch collection will be on show at the Lanificio Stelloni booth No. H-6 K-4 at Première Vision salon. (AR)

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