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Moda Futuribile at Pitti Immagine Filati 83

2.7.2018

Pitti Immagine Filati 83 | 27 - 29 June 2018
Central Pavilion – Lower Floor – Stand Q/8

 

 

MODA FUTURIBILE is a project promoted by Dyloan Studio with the goal of promoting the excellences in the fashion industry by developing products that are the expression of the different know-how and project synergies, the result of an encounter beetween productive companies and designers. A project of collaboration involving the entire supply chain: designers, spinning mills, knitting mills and manufacturing companies specialized in the use of new technologies. The results obtained represent the ability of the actors to find alternative solutions for the optimization of services, for the creation of new products and for the development of new market segments.

 

MODA FUTURIBILE represents a cross-search not limited to the exploration of the single season trends, but it is proposed as a starting point for new and possible developments in the world of knitting.

 

The goal is the enhancement of the creative process in its integrity, starting from projects and product inputs made available by manufacturing companies in their most technical dimension and declined through a more aesthetic interpretation by the designer. The close and necessary relationship between manufacturing companies and designers is thus highlighted through a virtuous encounter: on the one hand, the purely technical skills far beyond a true aesthetic and trendy interpretation, on the other hand, the ability to translate the techniques in a formal language able to meet the aesthetic parameters, typical of a fashion collection.

 

Images courtesy of Pittimmagine

 

 

In this edition Moda Futuribile presents a focus on thermoshaping, applied within the world of knitting, through the use of new yarns and materials.

 

The exhibition will be centred on the modelling of knitted fabrics in order to obtain three-dimensional surfaces, build volumes and create structures, according to the different interpretations by the designers, thus opening to new and innovative design possibilities.

 

 

 

 

 

BACKPACK
ACTORS: Vittorio Branchizio, Expotex-Grilon EMS, Südwolle, Nesatex, Santoni, Bond Factory

The backpack is made starting from knitted panels made on circular knitting machines, using 100% wool and yarns blended with the thermo-reactive yarn. The knitted fabric was then subjected to heat to activate the thermo-reactive properties of the Grilon yarn, and molded by means of a mold specifically designed and constructed according to the model. Cooling down, the yarn acquires a stiffness that allows the structure of the backpack to maintain its shape.

 

CROCHET DRESS
ACTORS: Laura Theiss, Expotex-Grilon EMS, EsseZeta, Bond Factory

The two outfits are handmade with the crochet technique, using a cotton yarn mixed with the thermo-reactive yarn. On the first piece decorative elements were applied using a heat source, while the second item was completely heat-treated to activate the thermo-reactive properties of the Grilon yarn. By cooling, the garments acquire an increasing rigidity that allows the maintenance of the shape.

 

DRAPED DRESS
ACTORS: Vittorio Branchizio, Expotex-Grilon EMS, Essezeta, Bond Factory

The garment is created from knitted fabric made on linear machines using as a basis a traditional yarn joined to the thermo-reactive yarn. The knitted panels are then attached to the mannequin to obtain the desired volume and subsequently subjected to heat to activate the thermo-reactive properties of the Grilon yarn. Subsequently, by cooling, the yarn acquires an increasing rigidity that allows the garment to maintain its shape.

 

MACKINTOSH'S CAPE
ACTORS: Università degli Studi "G. d'Annunzio", Emilcotoni, Expotex-Grilon EMS, Bond Factory

The basic tapes were made using mixed cotton yarns with the thermo-reactive yarn. The straps were then mounted according to the structure of the garment, which was then subjected to heat to activate the thermo-reactive properties of the Grilon yarn. Subsequently, by cooling, the yarn acquires an increasing rigidity that allows the garment to maintain its shape. Project by Giuseppe Dilena, Giuseppe Ferri, Nataly Falcone, Mario Grosso.

 

PLEATS
ACTORS: Vittorio Branchizio, Emilcotoni, Expotex-Grilon EMS, Südwolle, Mely's, Nesatex, EsseZeta

The knitted panels are made with linear machines using yarns of various types and compositions as the base, together with the thermo-reactive yarn.The panels are then treated and pleated using traditional hot-pleating techniques to activate the thermo-reactive properties of the Grilon yarn. Cooling down, the pleated panels increase their rigidity, allowing the shapes to remain, even for more complex patterns.

 

SPIRAL LEGGINGS
ACTORS: Università degli Studi "G. d'Annunzio", Emilcotoni, Expotex-Grilon EMS, Südwolle, Bond Factory

The garment is made using two types of knitted panels. The soft part is made of 100% wool yarn, while the rigid part is made of a blended wool yarn with the thermo-reactive yarn. Once the finished product has been sewn, the affected parts have been heat-treated to activate the Thermo-reactive properties of the Grilon yarn.In the cooling phase, the yarn acquires an increasing rigidity that allows it to maintain its shape. Project by Vittorio Giannetti, Marianna Michetti, Martina Leuci, Michela Masciarelli, Roberta Fantauzzi. 

 

SPORT T-SHIRT
ACTORS: Università degli Studi "G. d'Annunzio", Emilcotoni, Expotex-Grilon EMS, Südwolle, Bond Factory

The garment is made using two types of knitted panels. The soft part is made of 100% wool yarn, while the rigid part is made of a blended wool yarn with the thermo-reactive yarn. Once the finished product has been sewn, the affected parts have been heat-treated to activate the thermo-reactive properties of the Grilon yarn. In the cooling phase, the yarn acquires an increasing rigidity that allows it to maintain its shape. Project by Chiara Falasca, Francesca Morelli, Fabiola Magagnato.

 

WINDY DRESS
ACTORS: Università degli Studi "G. d'Annunzio", Emilcotoni, Expotex-Grilon EMS, Südwolle, Bond Factory

The dress is made of knitwear, using a cotton yarn in blended with the thermo-reactive yarn.The dress was then subjected to heat to activate the thermo-reactive properties of the Grilon yarn, and molded by means of a specially made mold. In the cooling phase, the yarn acquires a stiffness that allows the garment to maintain its shape. Project by Sergio Emanuele Failla, Martina Evandri, Tommaso Massari, Valentina Grilli.

 

3D FABRICS

ACTORS: Accademia Costume e Moda, Università degli Studi "G. d'Annunzio", Emilcotoni, Expotex-Grilon EMS, Südwolle, Mely's, Nesatex, Bond Factory

The knitted panels are made with linear machines using yarns of various types and compositions as the base, together with the thermo-reactive yarn.The panels are then subjected to heat to activate the thermo-reactive properties of the Grilon yarn, and molded by means of specially made molds. Cooling, the thermoformed panels increase their rigidity, allowing the shapes to remain, even for more complex patterns. Project by Pasquale Micelli, Alla Mosichkina.

 

 

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