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Filo: The 44th edition inspired by Leonardo

The press conference presenting the 44th edition of FILO, scheduled for 30 September – 1 October 2015, took place today in Milan.
Following the yesterday meeting in Biella, dedicated in the first place to the exhibitors with a description of the product development proposals, FILO road-show focused today on the presentation of objectives and innovations put in place for the 44th International fair of high-end yarns and fibre.

At the press conference in Milan, Paolo Monfermoso, FILO manager, illustrated the features that have made FILO “the reference fair for made in Italy yarns”, addressing, in particular, the projects and initiatives implemented in order to favour a reasoned growth of the event, which in this second half of the year 2015 are realized mainly at international level.

There followed speeches of important guests called to illustrate the specific initiatives for the autumn edition. The various projects which will characterize this FILO edition, which is virtually inspired by Leonardo, contain different professional contributions.

Marinella Loddo, director of the Milan ICE agency, focused on the objectives and methods on which the collaboration between the Agency and FILO are based. Indeed, for many years the ICE Agency has been for FILO a strong, reliable partner.

Gianni Bologna outlined the guidelines of the style trends for the 44th FILO edition, with the invitation to look at the future starting from the concept given by Leonardo da Vinci, and focusing on re-invention and technicality also in the so-called classic sectors, which remain the spearhead of the Italian textile industry.

PierCarla Delpiano, president of the Stelline Foundation, opened doors to Leonardo world, speaking of the show housed in Palazzo delle Stelline which will represent the ideal source of inspiration for all participants in the 44th edition of FILO.

The 44th Edition of FILO will be held at the Palazzo delle Stelline in Milan between 30 September – 1 October 2015.

Biella, 23 June 2015

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