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60 years of Pierre Mantoux: inaugurated the first sustainable collection

60 years of Pierre Mantoux: inaugurated the first sustainable collection

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To celebrate 60 years of activity in the luxury sector, Pierre Mantoux celebrates the inauguration of the new line “Warm Effect”, the first sustainable collection born from an in-depth study and research of unusual materials, such as a fabric derived from coffee which, being a thermo insulating yarn, can retain the natural body heat and thus keep the wearer warm.

The collection includes a series of tights, leggings and socks, which are some iconic products of the brand: they are realized in collaboration with Nilit, an Israeli company, a leader in the textile industry. It is indeed coming from Nilit, the Heat fabric made with charcoal extracted from coffee, which properties guarantee a prolonged heat even in the most adverse temperatures.

Formerly awarded at the LYCRA® Fiber Moves conference with the Creativity Innovations Award, Pierre Mantoux was the only Italian company to receive such recognition, for its investment in new technologies and the continuous search for techniques and materials that write the future with a conscious and sustainable approach, reminding consumers that luxury is also and above all about opting for a lifestyle that respects the environment.

Tights have always been at the center of Pierre Mantoux’s creations, which makes use of the recognition of important personalities such as Lady D and Kate Middleton and other international masons with whom he has been partner, such as Chanel, Versace, Gucci and several others.

words Ludovica Mucci

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