“Think future” – the theme of the 44th edition of Filo (30 September – 1 October 2015 at the Palazzo delle Stelline in Milan) – also permeates the backstage of the exhibition of yarns and fibres. It creates a common thread with the Universal Exhibition opened last May in Milan, which in these early autumn days is recording an extraordinary public success.
A common thread based on the fact that like water and food are obviously essential for humanity, yarns too – which form the base of any clothing item – contain basics. And high quality – both in food and water as well as in yarns – is the factor that, as it is often said, makes “a difference” between a banal product and a forward-looking product.
Filo and Lauretana represent a well consolidated format: the lightest water in Europe for its organoleptic values, has been supporting for some time now the work in the exhibition stands and in its spaces for debate and meeting, like FiloLounge and FiloHappening. Over its fifty years of activity, the company has constantly invested in technological innovations, which are implemented in its latest generation production lines of today, backed by cutting-edge hygiene control systems. And it is thanks to this continuous innovation process that we can taste anywhere Lauretana water as pure, fresh and light as it comes from the source of Graglia.
In these months at Expo much has been said about food and how to “feed the planet” in the immediate and more distant future. At the 44th edition of Filo, the culture of food is expressed in the culinary dishes of Ramella Banqueting. The culinary offerings of the chef Ivan Ramella are perfectly in tune with Filo philosophy, where the quality based on research and a strong link with the Biellese territory is a must. For over fifty years of experience, the Ramella family has made high class catering an art, focused on professionalism, passion and hospitality.
Biella, 30 september 2015