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Miroglio Textile to exhibit four collections at Première Vision
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Feb '15
Italy based, Miroglio Textile will exhibit four collections at Première Vision with a renewed identity and that concretely demonstrate innovation, creativity and smart technology for the fashion industry.

The lines include, Stampatia, a Heritage collection that for over 50 years has been meeting the needs for women’s clothing with a classic taste, but one that is always up-to-date.

It has a vast range of designs, colours and possibilities of customization and is tailor-made for great content and history.

The D+ collection speaks about Miroglio Textile’s desire to experiment and search for new frontiers of creativity and colour have allowed the conception of this collection.

Another range, Oro highlights refinement and preciousness and its prerogatives are elegance and sophistication, aspects that are realised in the design with colours that are subdued.

The Everyday collection is closest to the young segment, mainstream, very fast and full of new creative energies.

It is a collection in flux, always in movement and evolution, which looks at the younger generations as a reference market.

Strengthened by an investment of €15 million in technological innovation over the last three years, Miroglio Textile stands out for its manufacturing style, which is strongly influenced by its Italian identity.

Miroglio has positioned itself at the cutting-edge of the printed fabric sector with a production capacity of over 25 million metres.

The current production process is the culmination of over 60 years of printing knowledge and know-how collected as market leader in the sector.

The judicious mix of traditional printing methods and the latest in digital printing means that the company is able to offer customers a highly customised service.

In addition to huge investments in cutting-edge technology, Miroglio Textile has developed a business strategy that is attentive to the quality and to the environmental footprint of its products.

In 2012, it gave birth to E.Volution, a transversal production philosophy that has allowed a drastic reduction of water consumption, CO2 emissions and energy consumption.

All the results of eco-sustainability are certified by a lifecycle assessment certified by ICEA.

It is precisely this high tech, smart industrial identity, one with great creativity and Italian taste that allows Miroglio Textile to produce an offering made up of no less than four collections. (AR)

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