On the 4th October, the Italian television broadcaster Rai 2, aired a Detto Fatto episode, focused on sustainable fashion. The daily tv show hosts experts that lead tutorial related to fashion, beauty, nutrition, fitness and domestic economy. In this episode, the journalist Diana de Marsanich raised awareness on the fashion manufacturing system, as the second highest polluting industry. In the meantime, she gave solutions on how we could be part of the change, learning about new smart and sustainable materials for fashion.
Re.VerSo™ story at Detto Fatto
Starting from this, she presented Re.VerSo™. One of our premium partners, which uses technological breakthroughs to offer fashion materials that provide significant reductions in water, energy and Co2 emissions. Re.VerSo™ bridges science and technology to create a circular economy manufacturing system for high quality wool, cashmeres and baby camel. 100% Made in Italy, by premium partners, representing an integrated, transparent and traceable supply chain. Re.VerSo™ applies state of the art technology to design waste out of fashion by transforming pre-consumer off cuts into exceptional wool and cashmere. Re.VerSo™ represents zero waste innovation that is aligned with today’s conscientious consumers. Furthermore, Re.VerSo™ raw materials are Global Recycled Standard (GRS) certified.
Re.VerSo™ exclusive ambassadors include:
- Green Line and Nuova Fratelli Boretti for processing raw materials.
- A. Stelloni Collection by Mapel for Fashion Textiles Collection.
- Filpucci for spinning fashion yarns for knitwear.
Reinforcing this message, Diana de Marsanich wears a zero waste outfit made by the capable hands of Zerobarracento designer Camilla Carrara. She realized the skirt using Re.VerSo™ wool, and Organic Cotton Colours for the t-shirt, sourcing all materials from C.L.A.S.S. e-commerce. Moreover, the showgirl Bianca Guaccero wears a coat in Re.VerSo™ cashmere by Filpucci.
Watch the episode extract using the following link!