The triptych of “our footprint” proposed by View Textile Magazine has put in place an intense discussion about change.
As clearly described in the article “What has changed?” with which D. Saha opens the issue of this edition, we find ourselves as people and Company within a deep reflection of values and at the same time of business.
In the total sharing of the uncertainty and the topics dealt with we propose our point of view thanks to the interpretation of some fabrics that are representative of the contemporary contingent.
Our work, always oriented towards quality, has been selected to represent this historic moment of RESET and thanks to Fundamentals, Indoor, Rewild, Ignite, Tech, Loungers and Rule Breaker categories, some of our knitted fabrics are proposed.
In this rethinking of our lives guided by urgent themes, we are contributing in our own way with the enhancement of waste and the proposition of natural fibers, bringing beauty back to the essentials.
Materials in their naturalness turn out to be honest, as well as our unique, precious and pure resources.
We present our articles in the categories:
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n.6, Laser Due
n.7, Cruise Incas
n.15, Laser Lok 003
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n.1, Cruise Burette
n.4,Maraja Jake 008
n.6, Tj Bra
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n.8, Laser TT RJ 1212
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n.6,Time J Cru 060 D GR
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n.3,Seto JAE 4C 015 KS
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n.3, Seto JAE 4C 019 KS
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n.16, Cruise Dark GR
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n.4, Strofy 64
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n.6, Jaipur Due
THE RULE BREAKER
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n.2, King Kong