Not only Made in Italy but also Made in Padua, Spring ’85 is proud to have participated in this project promoted by the Padua Chamber of Commerce. This year the Made in Padova project focused on Fashion, the third “F” of Italian Design after Food and Forniture. In fact, fashion is not only a true Paduan excellence, but is above all a strategic factor in ensuring competitiveness for businesses and the area. Starting from the principle that in order to make a territory grow, it is necessary to pass on to the valorisation and promotion of what is created within it, the Padua Chamber of Commerce has believed in the cultural and promotional value of Made in Padua production for years and therefore supports this publication.
Monday 29 May 2017 at 5.30 pm at Villa Ottoboni, Spring ’85 together with the other 14 companies participating in the project, withdrew the award, rewarding the companies: Andrea Rambaldi, chairman of Sistema Moda Confindustria Padua, Sandro Vecchiato, Executive Component Confindustria Padua and Leonardo Toson, Chairman of the Cooperative Credit Bank of Piove di Sacco.
” Our produtcs are buttons for jeans and outwear, as well as rivets, but we like to call them accessories because their features, finishing, processing and research permit them to be used not only to close garmetns but also to embellish them. Design, planning, research and originality are essential ingretiends. Our clients choose us for our flexibility and quality; this is the only way price becomes secondary! This strategy is not just advantageus because it makes us very busy, especially with ideas. Our clients always expect new suggestions and proposals; therefore I always remind our young collaborators that the difficult task is improving what we are already able to create.” (the founder Carlo Favarato)