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Lanfranchi to participate in Premiere Vision Paris expo
Sep '17
Lanfranchi S.p.A, a leader in the research and innovation of high-end zips from Italy, is set to display its new Superlampo T2 zip at the Premiere Vision Paris, the global fashion event, from September 19 to 21, 2017, in hall 4, booth F23. The six major industries participating include yarns, fabrics, leather, designs, accessories, and manufacturing.

The new Superlampo T2 zip pushes miniaturisation, reducing a small-sized object without compromising its functionality. The size and lightness of the new zipper make it perfect for silk or light fabrics, shirts and fine knitwear, inner pockets, and small leather goods.

The careful choice of materials, the high quality of the finishings, the unparalleled smoothness satisfying both the look and the touch, make Superlampo a must for high and very high quality dresses. Superlampo is the outcome of an exclusive working process, where each element is polished separately; its design enhances the quality of the most glamorous garments.

Sustainability as an industrial choice in Lanfranchi’s experience results in technology investment, especially regarding metal galvanising and attention to raw materials used in processes. The production of Lanfranchi zippers is integrated with weaving, sewing, dyeing, cutting, moulding, galvanising, and assembly. The machines are made in Italy, with the guarantee of compliance with all Italian and European regulations related to environmental conservation, work safety, and respect for workers themselves. (GK)

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