Clerici Tessuto FW 2023 2024 Women’s Collections

Clerici Tessuto, in the year of its 100th anniversary, will be presenting at Première Vision, Hall 5 | G11, and Milano Unica, Hall 12 | G19 G21, its Fall Winter 2023-2024 Women’s Collections, featuring a range of novelties that embodies the transversality and excellence of its production, with proposals where the preservation of heritage meets continuous research in terms of innovation and style.

Clerici Tessuto FW 2023 2024 Collection

A timeless collection with great character that reflects the contaminations of the contemporary world, with fabrics featuring structures with very different weaves of yarns: holographic lurex and soft wools, organza and polyurethane yarns, silks and super-shiny technical nylons.
Stylistically, the collection winds its way through elegant graphic inspirations, that recall the theme of the labyrinth, to refined fabrics that evoke a meeting of cultures and eras distant from each other, with combinations between the opulence of folk tradition and contemporary fabrics.

BROCHIER Paris FW 2023 2024 Collection

The BROCHIER Paris collection has always been characterized by the desire to innovate the company’s proposal of excellence for the world of luxury.

The jacquard fabrics for Fall Winter 2023 2024 range from fluid to lightweight, with optical geometries of lamé and fil coupé, to more structured fur-effect bouclé fabrics.
The whole inspiration is fully complemented by the print proposal, rich in multiple techniques, such as flock on impalpable organza and creponne, geometries that look three-dimensional on metallic bases, cloqué with wavy and translucent surfaces, up to more important weights made with weaving and selvedge techniques that make the yarn volatile and light, deconstructing the print pattern.

Industry FW 2023 2024 Collection

The Industry collection expresses the more dynamic spirit of Clerici Tessuto’s proposal, with collections whose core is digital printing, declined on innovative bases for materials and structures.

The macro themes are five:

  • Floral: an unusually graphic theme with prints reminiscent of the 1970s;
  • Geometric: a theme rich in colors, proposed on a wide variety of shapes and patterns;
  • Ethnic: a patchwork of feminine and colorful designs with cashmere and foulard prints;
  • Abstract: visually striking theme, from the neon gradient to the more graphic monochrome;
  • Animalier: from graphic zebra patterns to manual leopard spots, an unfailing theme read in an unusual key.

The proposal for plain fabrics includes a new series of logo fabrics, as well as a wealth of experimentation in coatings, dyes and finishes.

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