Cariaggi, company from Marche as part of its Fantasia project at Pitti Filati Italian exhibition for fashion textiles and knitwear to take place from 2-4 July in Florence will be presenting the new series of yarns for the A/W 15-16 collection.
The colours of the AW 15-16 collection are warm with a touch of luxury to the winter season, brightening up the snowy greys and pallid shades.
According to the company Nirvana (60% cashmere – 40% silk, worsted), is a voluminous yarn on wearing it will feel as if protected by a warm and impalpable cloud-like cocoon.
While, Play (100% cashmere, carded), is a next-generation yarn that go through a very special processing technique making it possible to obtain a hollow tubular cashmere yarn that is said to be extremely light thanks to the air inside. This yarn can be used for all types of processing, also by hand, and therefore offers plenty of scope for experimentation and creativity.
Bijou (90% cashmere – 10% silk, worsted), a glamorous yarn with bouclé processing, gives garments a sense of dynamism and is perfectly suited to new colour interpretations.
The Fantasia yarns range is completed with the Frisson yarn (94% cashmere – 6% silk, carded), which is further embroidered by very fine sequins, and the Bouclé Persian-effect cashmere bouclé yarn (90% Cashmere - 10% silk, worsted).
The colours for the new collection are soft and delicate yet warm and sensual at the same time – they range from different shades of pink through to natural beiges and more decisive purples and woody browns.
Cariaggi presents a world rich in cashmere and silk that is inspired by the fragrances of the East and superb textures.
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