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“LINEAPELLE INNOVATION TALKS” is a unique format that brings the experience of the most important trade show for fashion materials and accessories. It provides an updated overview on fashion and market trends and links them to highly selected examples of recent developments in the world of applied Research and Innovation.

WHY THE INNOVATION TALKS?

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To update you on worldwide trends, share knowledge, and trade experiences.

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To align Lineapelle New York’s offering with innovative topics and structured ways of interaction

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To facilitate meetings and collaboration, innovative partnerships and business models

FORMAT

Particular and unique: a common thread represented by a presentation on the most up to date consumer demands and market trends, linked to updates on the evolution of technological evolutions, to examples of state-of-the-art technologies and of particularly relevant and advanced innovations.

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3.30 - 3.35 PM

OPENING REMARKS

FULVIA BACCHI
General Manager Lineapelle

FEDERICO BRUGNOLI
Lineapelle Innovation Square Curator

3.35 - 4.00 PM

FUTURE CUSTOMISATION AND CONSUMER INTERACTION

ORIETTA PELLIZZARI
International fashion industry expert,
Global experience, Trend analyst,
Italian fashion advisor, Project leader

FEDERICO BRUGNOLI
Lineapelle Innovation Square Curator

MICHAEL FERRARO
Executive Director of the FIT/Infor Design and Technology Lab (DTech)
at the Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC

4.00 - 4.25 PM

PERFORMANCE AND PROTECTION

ORIETTA PELLIZZARI
International fashion industry expert,
Global experience, Trend analyst,
Italian fashion advisor, Project leader

FEDERICO BRUGNOLI
Lineapelle Innovation Square Curator

CARLA SILVA
CTO Chief Technology Officer
CeNTI

SUSAN NEAL
Former CEO & Co-founder of ATACAMA

4.25 AM - 4.50 PM

CIRCULAR ECONOMY

ORIETTA PELLIZZARI
International fashion industry expert,
Global experience, Trend analyst,
Italian fashion advisor, Project leader

FEDERICO BRUGNOLI
Lineapelle Innovation Square Curator

CARMEN GAMA
EILEEN FISHER Renew Designer

LISA MORALES
VC, Entrepreneur & Fashion Tech Community Catalyst

4.50 - 5.15 PM

BIO-INSPIRED MATERIALS AND NEW PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES

ORIETTA PELLIZZARI
International fashion industry expert,
Global experience, Trend analyst,
Italian fashion advisor, Project leader

FEDERICO BRUGNOLI
Lineapelle Innovation Square Curator

SUZANNE LEE
Founder of Biofabricate, Chief Creative Officer of Modern Meadow,
Suzanne Lee is a designer and pioneer of biofabricated materials.

HANNAH CROFT 
Director and Designer MUUNA

5.15 - 5.30 PM

PANEL/Q&A

YULY FUENTES MEDEL
Project Manager for Fiber Technologies at Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
Founder of Value of Science LLC

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2.00 - 2.05 PM

OPENING REMARKS

FULVIA BACCHI
General Manager Lineapelle

FEDERICO BRUGNOLI
Lineapelle Innovation Square Curator

2.05 - 2.30 PM

FUTURE CUSTOMISATION AND CONSUMER INTERACTION

ORIETTA PELLIZZARI
International fashion industry expert,
Global experience, Trend analyst,
Italian fashion advisor, Project leader

FEDERICO BRUGNOLI
Lineapelle Innovation Square Curator

MICHAEL FERRARO
Executive Director of the FIT/Infor Design and Technology Lab (DTech)
at the Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC

2.30 - 2.55 PM

PERFORMANCE AND PROTECTION

ORIETTA PELLIZZARI
International fashion industry expert,
Global experience, Trend analyst,
Italian fashion advisor, Project leader

FEDERICO BRUGNOLI
Lineapelle Innovation Square Curator

CARLA SILVA
CTO Chief Technology Officer
CeNTI

SUSAN NEAL
Former CEO & Co-founder of ATACAMA

2.55 AM - 3.20 PM

CIRCULAR ECONOMY

ORIETTA PELLIZZARI
International fashion industry expert,
Global experience, Trend analyst,
Italian fashion advisor, Project leader

FEDERICO BRUGNOLI
Lineapelle Innovation Square Curator

LISA MORALES
VC, Entrepreneur & Fashion Tech Community Catalyst

3.20 - 3.45 PM

BIO-INSPIRED MATERIALS AND NEW PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES

ORIETTA PELLIZZARI
International fashion industry expert,
Global experience, Trend analyst,
Italian fashion advisor, Project leader

FEDERICO BRUGNOLI
Lineapelle Innovation Square Curator

SUZANNE LEE
Founder of Biofabricate, Chief Creative Officer of Modern Meadow,
Suzanne Lee is a designer and pioneer of biofabricated materials.

HANNAH CROFT 
Director and Designer MUUNA

3.45 - 4.00 PM

PANEL/Q&A

YULY FUENTES MEDEL
Project Manager for Fiber Technologies at Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
Founder of Value of Science LLC

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FUTURE CUSTOMISATION AND CONSUMER INTERACTION

The trend is clear: the most demanding markets are already asking for products that can be deeply customized, according to needs that are expressed with increasingly sophisticated information. Technologies are evolving: Data Analysis, Generative Design, Additive Manufacturing, IOT, advanced and flexible logistics. In the future, consumers will not only handle, wear and use materials… Speakers will try to answer questions like:Is “Human Product Interaction” the future of customization? Will consumers still buy products or rather concepts and designs? How is the industry responding to these evolutions?

PERFORMANCE AND PROTECTION

Consumers are more and more focused on the functionality of products that they use and wear. They are more active than in the past. Products will need to be appropriate for these evident evolutions. What should materials be like in order to respond to these trends? Will the real innovations in the future still be tied to the aesthetics of what exists today or to the way of imagining, conceiving, manufacturing and marketing new materials and products? New services? Is materials functionalization the key to success?

CIRCULAR FASHION

Recycling and reconverting materials is one of the most visible interests of consumers in the Z generation.Brands are embracing a “circular economy” model, evolving towards products that will be designed to be disassembled and materials that will be 100% recyclable more than once. The shift towards a transparent and circular fashion implies radical technological and design evolutions as well the emergence of new business models and supply chains.

BIO-INSPIRED MATERIAL AND NEW PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES

“Copying nature to design a better world”… There is an evident growth in expectations from the consumer market for Bio-Inspired products. Fashion, design and automotive industries have always used many materials of biological origin (leather is a prime example). Today, frontier technologies are beginning to be able to reproduce them. Today, consumers want to have low impact, smart, advanced materials that do wonderful things for the body, their home and place of work. Are Bio-inspired materials the response to this need?

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