15/07/21
Style trends, T Network, T Talk
The editor and CEO of View Publications takes stock of the situation in the yarn sector, focusing on the new way of communicating and on the sides to which companies are called in the short term

Over 40 years of knowledge link David R. Shah (editor and CEO of View Publications – www.view-publications.com) to Tollegno 1900: a long-running story that has led the journalist to witness the evolution and growth of the company, as he confirms:

I have known Tollegno 1900 and its Lana Gatto brand since the late 1980s. As well as being a journalist and publishers, I am also a consultant and from the late 1980s to the early 2000s, I was employed as marketing and design director at Maconde, the Portuguese menswear manufacturer that had Tollegno 1900 as supplier. Since that time I have seen the evolution of the company into Tollegno 1900: the change of its product line from more classic to modern, contemporary weaving and its pace-making route into sustainability and responsible production. A very exciting ride!

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