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Canclini's 2021 SS collection focused on green concepts

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Feb '20
Pic: Canclini 1925
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Canclini 1925 has started new year by setting out guidelines for future focusing on a diversified product range which is increasingly green. It will introduce two new lines dedicated to the female and beachwear sector at Milano Unica (February 4-6), Première Vision Paris (February 11-13) & Milano Unica Shanghai (March 11-13), as part of its 2021 SS collection.

Constant attention to the market and to new trends lead to new and exciting interpretations in the 2021 SS product range. As a result of this approach, two collections have been designed to encompass new worlds and products, leading to an offer which is sustainable and of outstanding quality at once. The line Per Lei includes stylish fabrics with a totally feminine allure.

The Per Lei range has been designed both for a young and dynamic woman and for a successful woman, catering for both formal and more casual occasions.

The Beachwear range, on the other hand, is characterised by its colourful and lively interpretations, with a distinctly summertime mood, presented on appropriate foundations. Last but not least, the restyled Blue 1925 line, with denim and non-denim fabrics, will offer a wide and multi-faceted range of concepts, for customisable, creative and adjustable projects for any outfit.

Attention to research and the development of sustainable solutions has been rooted in the DNA of Canclini 1925 for decades, and its new 2021 SS collection is even more focused on green concepts. Innovation, energy impact and choice of raw materials are the distinctive traits of the company which, for the new range too, uses sustainable fibres such as Tencel and Cupro, bio cotton, organic linen and recycled man-made fibres. Hence, a comprehensive and diversified range, which includes classic fabrics with a restyled touch.

From the inimitable Lini by Canclini, to items with a high sustainable innovation rate, for example Madre Terra, Bio or Recycled, Canclini’s range also includes a sports section, increasingly structured, as well as print proposals. Also, there are the restyled fabrics called Easy Life, which are low-maintenance, and the new Techno Shirt capsule, where formal meets sporty, in a perfect synthesis of versatile and highly eco-performing products, thanks to the use of man-made fibres.

“To deal with the philosophical and ethical evolution now underway, we are proud to put to the service of products and processes our consolidated culture of sustainability: an all-encompassing approach to wellbeing, protection of the planet and its inhabitants, in order to offer ever-evolving products, which also tell about our history of respect and commitment,” said Mauro Canclini, creative director at Canclini 1925.

Canclini 1925 is a point of reference worldwide for the manufacturing of shirt fabrics. An experience which is translated into reality thanks to dynamic creativity and masterful handcraft. These are the cornerstones which make the history and ability of Canclini 1925 unique, as the standard bearer of a timeless style. The result of an authentic family tradition which, across three generations has been driving the company and shaping an approach which characterises each collection.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (PC)


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