Fulgar, the Italian company that is the leader in the production of man-made yarn, was present at Fabbrica del Vapore space in Milan for the Exhibition Textile Evolution - Made in Italy 4.0. The purpose of the show was to promote the relationship in the Italian textile sector between research, design creativity, sustainability and technology, highlighting the importance of the synergy between research in the textile sector and Made in Italy creativity. The exhibition took place from November 16-28, 2018.
In the past 10 years, Fulgar decided to add sustainability to well-established values of quality, innovation and creativity that have guided the brand’s corporate strategies and product development, resulting in a portfolio of innovative, eco-sustainable yarns and cutting-edge technology developed by the company’s in-house R&D department.
The area dedicated to Fulgar clearly showed the inspiration high-tech textile innovations provide for the new frontiers of an increasingly functional, eco-sustainable fashion offer, featuring creations resulting from collaborations with prestigious brands, like garments by the urban and sportswear brand Sease with EVO and garments made by Cifra with EVO and the exclusive patented WKS technology.
Fulgar also took part through a contribution from Marketing Manager Alan Garosi entitled “BIOSYNTHETICS, a new generation of man-made fibres – from plant to nylon” with a focus on EVO, the eco-sustainable fibre made from castor oil. His talk forms part of the national conference “Textile Sustainability - the brands describe themselves” organised by AICTC (the Italian Association of Textile and Colour Chemistry) taking place on 23 November at the Textile Evolution Exhibition.