Duelegs launches Tightings at Interfilière Paris

February 20, 2018 written by
Duelegs launches Tightings

Gambetti Group brand Duelegs launched Tightings, a perfect combination of the latest generation seamless tights and the classic leggings, at Interfilière. Tightings, a technical innovation, is made using an exclusive patent pending technology based on a development of the classic tights machine, adapted to create garments that can be worn as outerwear.

Three-day Interfilière Paris concluded on January 22. For the launch, Duelegs had created a collection made exclusively with Fulgar yarn and Lycra elastic fibre to provide maximum comfort and fit. Four unique models have been developed, each featuring a high-performance yarn by Fulgar. The range includes Bianca from Nanofibra, Celeste from Evo, Rossana from Emana and Viola from Q-Skin.

Duelegs launches Tightings at Interfilière Paris - 2“This collection is all about innovation and is designed to give women something totally new. As well as the special features every model offers, the main benefits of Tightings can be found in the extraordinary feeling of well-being and freedom they give to their wearers, thanks to a total absence of seams on the legs and the presence of Lycra elastic fibre, which enables the garments to embrace the female silhouette, enhancing and emphasising the wearer’s shape, bringing out the best of her natural appeal, with a light compression and reshaping effect where necessary,” said a press release.


“It’s a significant challenge for us, one that means breaking out of the world of female legwear to enter the much wider sportswear world, which has experienced exponential growth in recent years. We’ve invested two years of our energy in research and development, to the point where we are now ready to launch Tightings and we have chosen, also for this important project, a qualified partner such as Fulgar, a company that always supports us with its innovative yarns. We are optimistic that our innovation will shake up the legwear market, which has long remained static,” said William Gambetti, CEO, Gambetti Group.

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