Re.Verso by A. Stelloni Collection by Mapel
How a smart-oriented quality is achieving excellence
The result of advanced technology and the passion for noble raw materials and relentless research have always characterized the renowned textile company within the production of high quality fashion fabrics. Due to its continuous evolution, A. Stelloni Collection by Mapel arrives at Première Vision with an important change in terms of its collections’ offers.
From recycled materials to an authentic transformation towards new generation excellence, both for cashmere wool and pre-consumer baby camel. A continuous progress throughout which wool-based top range fabrics come to life, underlining a smart-oriented vision and culture within Re.Verso™’s 100%-made-in-Italy supply chain.
A well-thought and far-sighted choice aimed at proposing highly innovative fashion materials that can be stylish and responsible all at once, which are also very appreciated by important brands in the field. Gucci introduced cashmere from the Re.Verso™ by A. Stelloni Collection by Mapel in their men’s, women’s and kids’ collections, while Filippa K, following their whole lifecycle, chose materials for the Front Runners collection, which was awarded at the Copenhagen Fashion Summit Design Challenge for its aesthetics and transparent manufacturing process.
An authentic revolution in the mode of production, which pushed the company to increase the percentage of Re.Verso™’s product (currently 30% of its wide offer) and to apply the Re.Verso™ policy on the totality of its reengineered wool offer.
For next season the company has developed new finishes, draps, streaks, velours and, mostly, lighter weights for the top part of the collection. There will be extremely thin baby camel Re.Verso™ fabrics and Re.Verso™ cashmere for a weight of 350 linear g/m per jacket. New diagonal, galles, checkers and microdesign jersey patterns can also be combined with wool weights, both in coats and jackets.
We have experimented new Re.Verso™ “bondea” fabric combinations with micro perforated technical membranes, achieving woolen clothing with waterproof, transpiring and windproof qualities, which had until today been limited only to technical fabrics.