THE ROMANTIC VISION OF MARCO RAMBALDI

The Bolognese designer, author of “Post-Romantic Resonances”, presented at Pitti Filati, explains the innovation underlying the project developed in collaboration with D-House urban laboratory

VALUE COLLABORATIONS: “POST-ROMANTIC RESONANCES”

Tollegno 1900 provided the wool for the project resulting from the partnership between the D-house urban laboratory, The Woolmark Company and the SMT knitwear factory and signed by Marco Rambaldi. The designer used Swarovski crystals on knitwear, for the first time with settings made in 3D.

SYNERGIES IN THE NAME OF WOOL

From the collaboration between The Woolmark Company, Shima Seiki Italia, Vittorio Branchizio and 4 leading players in the yarn sector, including Tollegno 1900, a new capsule collection takes shape that makes Merino wool, combined with technical materials, the main interpreter

Woolmark Performance Challenge: the winners

Tollegno 1900 welcomed Woolmark Performance Challenge 2020 winner Bettina Blomstedt, whose project was among the winners of the competition aimed at enhancing the thousand uses of Merino wool, for a two-week internship.

Wool and 3D printing: the future is now

Tollegno 1900 joins the spinning mills that took part in the project ‘Knitting the future 3D printing meets Merino wool’ by D-house by Dyloan, providing one of its iconic yarns

A style matter: let the designer talk

From the development of a 6 hands capsule among Shima Seiki Italia S.p.A, The Woolmark Company and our company to the role of yarns in defining a collection: : Vittorio Branchizio tells

Don’t call it (only) wool

The Woolmark Company,

Birgit Gahlen, The Woolmark Company’s R&D Manager, Europe is responsible for the company’s education and extension programs across Europe and she will lead us to discover the original performance and eco fibre.

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