Korean businessmen visit Pitti Filati

pitti filati 2008

Korean Businessmen visit Pitti Filati

In July 2008 our company organized a special tour for businessmen from Korea working in the textile industry.

Our program started in Florence with a special visit to Pitti Filati, the main international event for the knitting yarn industry, a research lab and an observatory on global lifestyle trends.

In Florence we also included a visit to the Capucci Foundation where our participants had the chance to see the unique creations by artist-designer Roberto Capucci.

The tour continued in Prato, great production center of textile manufacturing in Italy. Here our group visited the Textile school and had a meeting on the textile industry in Prato; the meeting was then followed by a visit to the Museum of Fabrics and the exhibition “Superhuman Performance”, dedicated to the latest findings and use of technology and research in the improvement of fabrics and textiles for athletes and sports.

After Tuscany, the group visited Carpi, to know the network of textile and manufacturer factories in the region of Emilia Romagna.

The tour ended in Milan, Italian capital of fashion, with a special visit to Missoni socks factory.

Interlinea took care of the logistics, program planning and coordination.

The Italian Miracle

the italian miracleFashion study program with Ewha University

In July 2008 Interlinea took care of an important study program for fashion students from Ewha University, the most prestigious women’s university in Korea and the world’s largest female educational institute.


The 10-day program started in Rome, where we arranged for our students seminars and workshops with important fashion experts and designers and exclusive visits to renowned realities such as Fendi.

The tour then continued in Tuscany, where participants visited prestigious fashion institution such as the fabrics museum in Prato, Ferragamo museum, Capucci foundation and Pitti Palace in Florence and of course a visit to the highlights of the early Renaissance.


The program ended in Milan, Italian capital of Fashion and Design. Here students had the chance to visit renowned realities such as Corso Como 10 and the prestigious “Quadrilatero” where the most important fashion boutiques are located and window dressing is at its peak, setting trends for world stores.

Interlinea also organized unique experiences and meetings with important stylists, fashion journalists and Vogue Italy director Carlo Ducci.