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Re.Verso to be part of Premiere Vision's Smart Square

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Sep '18
Courtesy: Re verso
Courtesy: Re verso
Re.VerSo, an Italian textile system for wool-based materials and a circular economy manufacturing system for wool, cashmere, and baby camel, by Filatura C4, will be displayed at the Premiere Vision’s Smart Square exhibition area, in booth 3S24. The international event for fashion professionals will be held from September 19 to 21, 2018, in Paris.

Première Vision’s Smart Square is a 800 square metres visionary and multimedia space dedicated to information and discussions, where exhibitors, designers, buyers, and fashion brands can experience and visualise responsible values and innovations in fashion. This year’s Square provides an opportunity to gain an understanding of the full supply chain, as well as Re.VerSo science and technology applied to take steps to design waste out of the fashion system and move toward a circular economy approach, according to a press release.

Leftovers can be sourced directly by Re.VerSo supply chain, otherwise the Re.VerSo advanced technology process welcomes retailers and brands to supply their pre-consumer wool and cashmere woven and knitted off cuts, transforming them into high quality yarns and fabrics integrated for a circular economy.

A full collection of Re.VerSo partners’ high quality materials with extreme softness, warmth, and beautiful lustre that embrace luxury can be seen at the show. A.Stelloni Collection by Mapel for fashion textiles collection will be in hall 5, booth L56-M55.

The Smart Square will present Re.VerSo responsible, stylish fashion materials used by leading global brands. Gucci men’s, women’s and kids’ collections that include Re.VerSo cashmere by A.Stelloni Collection by Mapel will be seen.

A.Stelloni Collection by Mapel is used to create the Filippa K Front Runners collection, awarded for aesthetics and transparent manufacturing process, Copenhagen Fashion Summit Design Challenge. This will be a part of the show.

Eileen Fisher Vision 2020 is championing Re.VerSo cashmere yarns by Filpucci for their use of recycled fibres among other sustainable fibres. Thus, helping to divert waste from the landfill to achieve a lower environmental impact. Patagonia responsibly sources Re.VerSo products by Filpucci, which are now included in Patagonia collections. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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