At Kingpins in Amsterdam, we will be presenting our Laundry (R)evolution, demonstrating how, with just three simple steps – and only three technologies – it is possible to obtain an incredible number of possibilities on the garment. And how a more efficient, simpler and more sustainable production cycle can be developed as a result. For real.
Basically we are always and only looking for beauty, in all its forms.
An outer beauty which corresponds harmoniously with the inner one.
A beauty that is not necessarily canonical and objective, but on the contrary, iridescent, surprising, perhaps unsettling. Like the one imagined and designed by Juan Carlos Gordillo for the “Capsule Collection” Planet REhab, being staged in Munich, from the 29th to the 31st of January 2019.
Art, Colors and Technology coming together to explore new possibilities and create something surprising, sustainable, and in an exclusive edition for the New York Denim Days 2018.
The first week of June we had the pleasure to spend some time with Serena Conti, one of the great designers of the Denim Gallery. Following her victory, she came back at our Creative Area to claim her prize and create her interesting project.
Después del éxito obtenido en Ámsterdam y Nueva York, todo el proyecto “Denim Gallery” lleva a la última etapa de Combiatex 2018, la feria de la innovación y creatividad en los sectores textil y de la moda más importante de América Latina.
“Towards a Transparent Denim Industry”: This is the title of the exposition that Tonello is using for its participation in the Bangladesh Denim Expo 2017, being held in Dhaka the 8th and 9th of November. The display will offer an overview of the steps taken by Tonello company towards a greater transparency in the industry. It will be presented on 9 November, beginning at 11.30 a.m., in the seminar hosted by Alice Tonello, the company’s R&D director.
At the New York Denim Days, which took place between 30 September and 1 October, visitors had the opportunity to admire the whole Denim Gallery project, and get to know the designers who took our challenge: Grace Warland, Matias Sandoval, Serena Conti, Su Kim & Jon Rouleau, Mika Mitarai, Juan Manuel Gomez, Ilinca Trif, Stefan Vella, and Greta Giannini.
After the first part devoted to “Reality” and presented in April in Amsterdam, Tonello exhibits the panels dedicated to “Vision” in New York.
Once again, designers from all over the world have painted, stained, scrambled, and abused denim in every possible way, using it as a canvas to express themselves freely, mixing different languages and artistic tendencies: poor art and material, action painting, conceptualism…