Filmar Nile Textile opens the doors of its factory and took part in the “Cotton Harvest Day” organized in collaboration with UNIDO to stress once more how transparency and traceability of the production chain are at the core of our activities
This season too, ColorAMA devoted itself to the youth by hosting the ColorAMA Award, designed to inspire and encourage young students from fashion & design schools and Universities all over the word to develop innovative and fashionable color projects for the 2018/2019 Fall-Winter season.
The video has been presented at Pitti Filati by Marco Marzoli, Filmar CEO: "It has been a while since we contemplated making a corporate video that would explain in detail all of our processes. We were looking for the right time and inspiration which came from the Cottonforlife Initiative, an extraordinary experience that involves authentic people and relationships. The video enabled us to make a display of the territories in which we operate, the Franciacorta and Mediterranean cost of Egypt”.
"We are proud to announce our Detox commitment" said Marco Marzoli, Filmar CEO. "I believe it is nowadays impossible, for the Italian textile value chain, to be out of the international eco-friendly frameworks."
The Fashion Design program with two specializations in knitwear and sportswear , offers students of FIT in New York the opportunity to study in Italy, in Milan, in the city which is the main reference in the global fashion scene.
On April 18th we all met in Piazza San Fedele Milan, to open and celebrate the Fashion Revolution week. Tiziana di Masi performed, for Fashion Revolution, a piece addressing counterfeit fashion.
Feel the Yarn is an annual competition which involves young fashion designers from renowned fashion and design schools around the world.
"A super-advanced project that encompasses so many different aspects of sustainability, both socially via education and fair wages and environmentally, from organic seed to sustainable manufactured yarns."
Optimizing production processes and adopting a correct and conscious use of electrical equipment, lighting and heating means, in short, to put on the market products that, while respecting the environment, are also more economic.
The balanced and privileged relation between nature and man, the respect of people’s rights and nature conservation have always been the pillars of our productive processes.
On the 25 September 2015, the United Nations General Assembly formally adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, along with a set of bold new Global Goals.