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Metalbottoni to show No Impact innovations at Milano Unica
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Jul '18
Courtesy: Metalbottoni
Courtesy: Metalbottoni
Metalbottoni is displaying its latest No Impact innovations, with a restyled approach, exemplified by the new pay-off for the corporate sustainability protocol, ‘Committed Accessories’, at Milano Unica expo. The leader in the world of accessories for casual and fashion clothing is seen at the Milan expo, which is being held from July 10 to 12, 2018.

The No Impact corporate sustainability protocol, seen as a true driver focused on the development of technologies, processes, innovation, and sustainable research, takes a new leap forward and sets the commitment standard on the part of Metalbottoni even higher. The logo restyling and the new pay-off ‘Committed Accessories’ are part of the repositioning project which the company is pushing forward, aimed at increasing its commitment on an environmental, social and ethical level.

Being a true branding solutions provider, able to rely on an increasingly large range, the company also focusses on a green perspective. This is the direction confirmed by Metalbottoni at the Milan exhibition by showcasing its new collection in the line called Leather Accessories, totally restyled and enhanced with a sustainable outlook. Labels and rear waistbands made of leather, eco-leather, and Gummix, the exclusive corporate patent for a highly innovative product where silicone merges with other materials, are part of an extended range which includes the new labels made of recycled leather from processing chippings.

The range of No Impact finishing applied to metal items is being extended. The new Metalbottoni range, apart from vintage finishing, among the most appreciated in the denim world, now include polished, extra-polished and satin effects.

The new No Impact finishing include 100 per cent mechanical processing without any chemical agents. Also galvanic treatments are banned, which means that water consumption is reduced nearly to zero, thanks to new machinery which substantially reduce energy use and processing times. This eco-sustainable range enhances the new Labora fall-winter 2019/2020 collection, with valuable No Impact finishing.

The Metalbottoni dedicated ready to wear line will be continued for the next season, with items inspired by sport, technical, and stylish at the same time, within a range where basic aesthetic concepts are expressed in geometrical forms, combined with interplays between polished and matt surfaces. Technical innovation is also expressed in nylon grips, with 3D processing techniques, and by the creative merging between tartan fabrics and silicone. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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