09/10/2019 - Updates

Chiorino Technology, a historic company from Biella operating in the finishing and finishing of leather mainly for the luxury leather goods and footwear sectors, recently presented the new Fall-Winter 2020/21 collection on the occasion of Lineapelle at Fiera Milano (Rho).

The company’s concrete attention to environmental issues, which determines a constant and sensitive research activity aimed at eco-sustainability, translates into the new GREEN COLLECTION, which offers combined solutions of chrome-free or metal-free leathers and solvent-free finishes or from renewable sources, able to proactively respond to the needs of a clientele of excellence increasingly aware and directed towards eco-friendly products and processes.

To confirm this position, Chiorino Technology is also among the few exhibitors of Lineapelle with ICEC Sustainability certification.

By promoting Anna Fileppo’sArte & Industria project again, which combines the work of artists with the business of communication and corporate image, Chiorino Technology also hosted reproductions of works by the Bolognese artist Francesco Casolari at the large Linea Pelle stand. , class of ’82, who practices the technique of engraving since he was only 6 years old.

Some skins of the collection have been printed with its details: unreal and utopian cities, futuristic metropolitan scenes in which the artist imagines palaces with European architectural references of past centuries, crossed by fast spaceships, whose inhabitants are clowns, ladies and fictional characters .

Chiorino Technology, thanks to this special artistic collaboration – says Anna Fileppo, promoter of the”Arte & Industria” project – is once again the promoter of a constant search for creative ideas and innovation, confirming the close link between fashion and art, two worlds, at first sight so different, but they collaborate and intertwine, opening up to one another.”

Chiorino Technology, which has always readily adapted to the most lively market demands, consolidates the close relationship of mutual exchange with the territory, supporting Biella’s candidacy for UNESCO Creative City 2019 (see the letter of support: