Miroglio Textile presented its new collection environmentally sustainable at Première Vision

YarnsandFibers News Bureau 2015-09-21 17:00:00 – UK

Part of the Miroglio Group, Miroglio Textile is a European leader in the markets of fabrics, yarns, transfer paper and technical film. In recent years, it has developed a business strategy strongly focused on high levels of quality, service and sustainability. The manufacturer demonstrated its expertise at the Première Vision exhibition that took place from 15 – 17 September in Paris, where it also presented its Fall/Winter 2016-17 collection.

A strong international feel, the Fall/Winter 2016-17 collection is characterized by prints on natural materials. Among the stand-out innovations are flannels with flock effects entirely Made in Italy, and environmentally sustainable.

In this extensive selection, there is also printed jacquard knits and three dimensional woven fabric bases, with essential shapes in white/black and on trend colours. Folk inspired fantasies and cashmere coloured palette trends see burgundy, ochre and forest green. High definition digital printing enables the company to create small detailed designs with casual corrosion effects, as well as macro floral designs inspired by the 70s.

Giuseppe Miroglio, Chairmain of the company said that water saving is crucial for the preservation of the planet and on this objective Miroglio Textile has being focused for many years.

One hundred thousand metres of natural fabric printed with Miroglio Textile digital technology mean 3.2 million litres of water is saved, which is equal to the daily water needs of one million people, the company reports.

To be more specific, a silk, cotton or viscose blouse with a digital print made by Miroglio Textile, is said to provide a water saving of about 30 litres over traditional print processes, according to the manufacturer. The same shirt in synthetic fibre printed with sublimation process consumes almost zero water.

Miroglio is among the first and major textile and clothing companies to have joined Detox campaign by Greenpeace aiming to eliminate dangerous chemicals from its textile production processes. Miroglio has invested more than EUR 25 million in research and technological innovation in the last three years, transforming the company into one of the largest print houses in Europe.

Miroglio Textile’s facility for fabrics in Govone, the facility for yarns in Tunisia are all provided with latest generation machines and technologies capable of enhancing product quality and efficiency. The production units are all supported by a centralised warehouse located on the Group’s premises in Piedmont.

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