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Filpucci to celebrate 50th anniversary at Pitti Filati

The company will highlight its both traceable and transparent manufacturing processes, as shown by Re.Verso supply chain.

26th June 2017

Knitting Industry
 |  Tuscany

Knitwear, Collections

The company will highlight its both traceable and transparent manufacturing processes, as shown by Re.Verso supply chain, a circular economy model, of which it is a member. The company will demonstrate its expertise in the framework of high-end/low impact yarns for knitwear with its Ninetyfive collection. The collection features a selection of luxury and fluffy low-impact cashmere yarns, with technical features, capable of cutting consumption and saving resources, the manufacturer explains.

“Re.Verso Ninetyfive cashmere yarns line represents an integral part of the new collection, which is now available in stock. It features a sophisticated colour palette with mélange and mouliné shades, designed to premium knitwear, high quality and comfort,” the company reports.

Choosing only pre-consumer textile clippings, sorted in a careful way, the company says it offers “the best and most traceable” option in the market. A number of well-known brands, including Stella McCartney, Eileen Fisher, Filippa K, and Patagonia, opted for the regenerated yarns from the Ninetyfive Re.Verso cashmere collection for their high quality knitwear, therefore, sharing a new business philosophy – an environment-conscious and responsible approach.

This year, the company has widened its range of smart Re.Verso products. The yarn called Baby Camel Re.Verso is produced with Re.Verso baby camel and mixed with 50% extra-fine Merino Wool and comes in two yarn counts (1:13000nm and 2:13000 nm twisted). A delicate, rich and super soft yarn, it is said to preserve natural properties and it comes in a selection of refined shades.

“A blend of classicism and creativity, enhanced by the sophisticated colour palette. Shades have a central role here and are fine-tuned with the material: the palette makes the most of the elegant tactile and mellow shades,” the company reports.

Another new item is Divette, coming in two yarn counts (1:15000nm, 2:26000 nm twisted). With this innovation, the company says it aims to offer soft and creative combed and twisted yarns, that are unmistakably innovative and come in different degrees of thinness. “Sophisticated, soft and warm yarns, made with cashmere Re.Verso fibres mixed with extra fine wools, allowing to produce finer counts and functional yarns, offering a wide range of possible uses for a mix of classicism and creativity, enhanced by a sophisticated colour palette,” the company concludes.

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