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Italian Converter to show E.C.O. Kosmos range at Futurmoda

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Oct '19
Pic: Italian Converter
Pic: Italian Converter
Italian Converter will show E.C.O. Kosmos, a cross-collection, green line range at Futurmoda, in booth M05-M07. The international trade fair for leather, components, and machinery for footwear and leather goods, will be held on October 16-17, 2019, in Spain. Italian Converter is a manufacturer for over 25 years of smart-tech and adaptive innovations.

E.C.O. stands for Ecologic, Conversion, Optimisation; three unique concepts and values that truly embody Italian Converter DNA: sustainability, transformative process, and quality improvement. E.C.O. Kosmos is entirely traceable, transparent, 100 per cent Made in Italy. The collection walks through a very complete and balanced range sustainable materials - from natural to eco high tech ones- that are transformed, enriched and valued in 13 high-tech cutting-edge innovations thanks to the Italian Converter expertise, according to a press release by Italian Converter.

The natural line starts from bases of cotton bonded with Amni Soul Eco, an enhanced polyamide 6.6 that degrades within five years instead of decades, as other conventional ones do. The stretch innovations start from bases in GRS-certified Newlife, a cutting-edge premium recycled polyester created using a high-tech conversion model. Thanks to a mechanical process, used plastic bottles are turned into a top-quality polymer and yarn which is 100 per cent traceable and 100 per cent Made in Italy. The whole process takes place within a 100 square kilometres area in Piedmont in Northern Italy.

All the references make use only of water-based resins and Standard 100 by Oeko-Tex certified dying. The result, is resistant and transpiring solutions which come with bold and high-performing features, with a soft touch or even with a silky, yet strong, and enveloping feel. The designs range from rustic to contemporary and nod to jacquard, ‘authentic look’ and ‘drill’ hints. An ideal solution for footwear, apparel, and leather goods. E.C.O. Kosmos reflects design, innovation and responsible values, as well as 100 per cent Italian Converter know-how.

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