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Zerobarracento to show new trends at Budapest Fashion Week

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Nov '18
Courtesy: Zerobarracento
Courtesy: Zerobarracento
Zerobarracento, leading Italian fashion brand, will show its new collection S/S2019 at the Budapest Fashion Week, to be held from November 14-16, 2018. Budapest Fashion Week’s aim is to get together talented young fashion designers with the innovative brands for a successful and most ‘talked about’ event for communication and socially responsible purposes.

The concept of connection to a fashion garment, and the idea of creating pieces to last is fundamental to this brand. Zero means: zero waste, reduced pollution, and reduced emissions. 100 means: 100 per cent quality, Made in Italy, sustainability and transparency of the production. Patterns are developed with zero-waste techniques, that eliminates textile waste at the design stage, adopting a zero-waste design approach reduces textile waste and the demand on natural resources. The pieces are 100 per cent made in Italy, created with premium sustainable and traceable materials, the company said in a press release.

“The garments are created with the GOTS certified Bacx by Centro Seta organic silks sourced from C.L.A.S.S. ecommerce and the Newlife transformed polyester. Shapes and colours were inspired by a Malaysian trip: simplicity and nature are blended giving life to saturated colours,” Camilla Carrara, CEO and designer di Zerobarracento said. (GK)

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