At Lafont Paris, a steady ‘step by step’ The apPROach to developing a genuine responsible sustainable path has involved the introduction of bioacetate and an experiMental material concept for the colorful limited edition “upcycled” acetates.
The ‘creative recycling’ has been explored as a Completely New way of styling signature colours, first launched by the Company at Silmo in 2021 (see:https://www.eyestylist.com/2021/11/creative-upcycling -lafont -paris-e-inouie/). “This is based on a mix of vintage Lafont exclusive colours” de Lafont”, explains Matthieu Lafont. “Developed by my brother, Thomas, this concept can also be seen as a ‘color lab’.We use a hot melt PROcess to create a mix of 50% old color and 50% New bio material.This specific technique is currently only PROduced in special limited quantities.”
At Silmo 2022, Lafont Paris presented the third Limited Edition series with the Monaco model in four exclusive “recycled colours” of red, pink, blue and yellow (in the photo below, the Monaco in yellow and the Complete set in presentation box).Above: Matthieu and Thomas Lafont – Silmo Paris 2022 – photography by Amanda Sellem, all rights reserved
“A desire for balance: New PROducts presented in bright colors with a creative spirit, together with an offer with a sober and elegant identity faithful to the identity of Lafont. To work on my color palette, I wanted to associate a word, an emotion, an expression to each color…”Thomas Lafont on the new Spring/Summer 2023 collection
Taking into account the daily activities of the Company and the design and production of the collection, we are reusing and recycling, and using materials injected with bioacetate or castor oil. We always consider the qquality of our manufacturing, efficiency in after-Sales and availability of spare parts for repair.”Learn more about the Lafont Paris collections by visiting their website atwww.lafont.com
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