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.
A single machine for performing all the finishing operations on the garment: this is the path that we have chosen to tangibly respond to the market’s most sophisticated demands, with an approach oriented towards sustainability and transparency. And, of course, flexibility. Because the “system” has been created specifically in order to adapt to the most diverse necessities.
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.
Another new project from Tonello: Denim Gallery, is a bona fide display of “dreams and visions of reality”, as told by 10 Designers from around the world who have used Denim as their canvas for painting, staining, and assaulting in order to express themselves with artistic languages, materials, and concepts. The installation will be one of the coolest events of the 2017 edition of Kingpins and Blueprint, scheduled in Amsterdam from April 19 to 22.