SPRING SUMMER 2024 collection:

a natural and colorful season

Mediterranean islands light up the new warm season Fashion line, while Classic line renews the palette of 3 iconic yarns and introduces 3 new items, also focusing on home accessories.

So many novelties color summer 2024! Mediterranean islands, some of the most popular vacation destinations, lend their character to the seven new yarns in the Fashion line. Contemporary colors renew the color chart of 3 iconic yarns from the Classics line: Nuovo Jaipur, Sugar, and Cablé 5.
Also arriving are 3 new yarns: Cotlin, Glossy, and Basket, a new entry dedicated to home furnishings. Over all, a staple of the entire collection: the natural fibers continue to be the undisputed protagonists!

Let’s introduce the yarns of the Fashion line. Formentera (67% viscose, 17% polyester, 17% polyamide) has a high percentage of silver lurex, perfect for evening dresses and elegant accessories. Cipro (60% cotton, 34% polyester, 6% polyamide) has the ‘Chanel’ effect enriched with micro-sequins as a distinctive feature. Malta (55% cotton, 35% silk, 10% viscose) on the other hand offers a chic matt effect in a glam and sustainable mix. Ibiza (61% polyester, 7% polyamide, 2% metallic fiber, 28% cotton, 2% other fibers) was born for swimwear, has vivid colors and uses small sequins and lurex, a novelty for beach garments. Sicilia (100% polyamide) has the durability and strength ideal for beach bags and hats. Closing the line is the ‘Mix and Match’ proposal with the pair Maiorca (70% cotton, 30% viscose) and Minorca (65% cotton, 23% bamboo, 12 seaweed fiber), naturally complementary. The seaweed fiber contained in Minorca, a new addition to the collection, is 100% sustainable, soft and fresh.

Moving on to the Classic line. Nuovo Jaipur, Sugar, and Cablé 5 revise the palette by choosing an even more articulated and contemporary range of colors. The first two novelties of the season, however, are Cotlin and Glossy yarns, a blend of 100% natural fibers. Light and cool on the skin, they give comfortable garments without sacrificing aesthetics. The third new entry is Basket (70% recycled cotton, 25% polyester, 5% other fibers), which is consistent and sturdy for making mats, rugs, cushions or baskets to furnish one own home.