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Zegna Baruffa Lane Borgosesia’s commitment to eco-compatible products

Since the beginning of its history (1850) Zegna Baruffa Lane Borgosesia has undertaken a sustainable path; since 1906 and 1911 has been award-winning for social works and social hygiene, and it has always invested in quality and specialization. Today, that of Zegna Baruffa is a very high quality and completely verticalized Italian production. In collaboration with the “Tessile Salute Association”, it shares the inspiring principles of the ZDHC Foundation, ensuring compliance with its guidelines on the product and the blends used.
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Tintoria di Pollone: natural, organic and certified yarns

For the next Spring /Summer season, Tintoria di Pollone offers a renewed and complete range of natural yarns in pure linen, hemp and blends with noble or technical fibers, with a simple and natural appearance, as well as a wide range of organic and certified Gots yarns.
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Two new yarns by Roica, the high-performative and sustainable fiber

High-performative, multi-tasking and sustainable. Premium stretch fiber Roica joins Filo to present its cutting edge Roica Eco-Smart Family, a certified and leading collection designed to make a difference in textile innovation.
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Pozzi Electa: noble yarns alongside with recycled ones

Pozzi Electa continues in the circular approach of its production, which is found in the use of renewable energy and technologies and recycled or biodegradable inputs capable of supporting a production system that avoids the waste of resources.
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Marchi&Fildi launches Tencolino

The continuous innovation in process together with the aim of an increasing sustainable commitment has been for many years one of the most important value for the Group Marchi & Fildi, present at the 52nd edition of Filo with the brands Marchi & Fildi and Filidea.
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Iride invests in quality and sustainability

Iride was born in 2013 thanks to entrepreneurs interested in the continuation of the previous activity, is managed by Adolfo Marchetti, assisted by a young, dynamic and highly motivated staff. Over the years the company has continued to improve its specialization in dyeing fabrics made from mixed fibers (silk, linen, cotton, viscous etc...) and in the study of finish-ups to give the fabric hands and particular aspects. In addition, it is always looking for new collaborations to expand, diversify and innovate the product offered to its customers.
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A new generation of yarns by Cotonificio Olcese

At the 52nd edition of Filo, Cotonificio Olcese Ferrari will present a new yarns generation, an innovative proposal really embracing environmental sustainability and circular economy topics.
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Two days to go until the opening of the 52nd edition of Filo

We are now on the eve of the 52nd edition of Filo, which opens on Wednesday 25 September 2019 at Palazzo delle Stelline in Milan (corso Magenta 61). The yarns and fibres Exhibition will close on the 26th of September. The focus of the 52nd edition of Filo is on sustainability.
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The 52nd edition of Filo: focus on sustainability

The 52nd Filo edition will take place 25-26 of September 2019 at Palazzo delle Stelline in Milan (corso Magenta 61). All the useful information to participate and organize in the best way the visit to Filo can be found on the web page of the Exhibition – – or by accessing the Filo accounts on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter e YouTube.
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Fil 3 focuses on linen

For the spring/summer 2021 collection, shown at the 52nd edition of Filo, Fil 3 extends the range of colors in pure linen articles such as dyed cone, jaspé and melange, as well as using more the Tencel fiber, the most sustainable of cellulosic fibers.
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Filati Buratti: renewing silk

Starting with the new Spring-Summer 2021 collection, which will be presented at the 52nd edition of Filo, Filati Buratti launches a new project that combines tradition and sustainability.
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Innovation and sustainability: Filatura Luisa’s two “musts”

Filatura Pettinata Luisa 1966, for over 50 years a leader in the sector of fine and extrafine worsted yarns, in noble fibers and melange and solid colours all top dyed, enriches its collection with innovative and sustainable, natural, certified and recycled yarns.
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Bright effects and special laminations by Linsieme Filati

The Spring Summer 2021 Collection by Linsieme Filati is based on developments of linear and fancy articles.
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Ongetta: the textile of the future through the experience of the past

For the next season Ongetta proposes sustainability again. To produce silk, it is necessary to grow mulberry plants without pesticides in order to feed the worms. These crops produce oxygen and consume carbon dioxide, making the environment more breathable. Agricultural production does not affect natural resources and creates a virtuous circle that gives social and economic sustainability to the less well-off classes of the primary sector, favoring adequate working conditions.
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Discover Kesa, UTT eco responsible brand

Kesa was born out of a willingness: producing and selling yarns with the smallest possible impact on environment. To achieve this, UTT develops eco responsible products without compromising on quality, traceability and price.
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