Servizi e Seta‘s fancy yarns for weaving once again prove to be the best choice when it comes to technical performance and colour range, due to the inexhaustible expertise and creativity of the close-knit, specialist team working at the dynamic, cutting-edge company. The defining feature of its Spring/Summer 2025 collection, presented at Filo on 20 and 21 September at MiCo Milano Congressi, is a crêpe effect, which is skilfully used to create movement and texture in textile items for glamorous or casual occasions. A combination of innovative treatments designed to create increasingly contemporary yarns is the driving force behind the company, which renews its Shappe e Opacum silk in a comfortable, refined crêpe version, Shacrepe e Crespum, while the natural, wild silk Tussah is transformed into a sophisticated Anandita.
A mix of silk fancy yarns create original crêpe versions of Shantung, while Mulberry silk is turned into Flame Crepe thanks to a sequence of mechanically generated slubs. A series of premium yarns presented in a broad, varied colour range through a rapid, flexible stock service. Servizi e Seta also extends its superfine products to cotton blends such as Alaska, Maine and Vermont and viscose blends such as Mustard and Wasabi Crepe. A range of original, balanced yarns designed for a number of uses, such as jersey fabrics. When it comes to textile items, the company offers a range of high torsion yarns such as Creppissimo in 100% silk with 1800 TPM and the Oregon cotton and silk version, both able to add lightness and elegance for fresh, contemporary creativity. No summer collection is complete without crêpe yarns in 100% pure linen, offered both raw and yarn-dyed, which can also be used in jersey fabrics. New for the linen market is a 100% linen GRS-certified yarn, which adds to the vast range of existing items with European Flax certification.
Finally, we could not fail to mention the company’s flagship product, Mélange linen, available in a vast colour range and always in stock and ready for delivery. With as many as 72 colours in countless shades of grey, blue and green, from natural tones to burnt tints, as well as a selection of more delicate, feminine hues, the range is designed to help designers in their work.