Ludò, the Piedmontese kidswear brand that uses unsold fabrics to create exclusive collections

Sumary of Ludò, the Piedmontese kidswear brand that uses unsold fabrics to create exclusive collections:

  • Ludò, Spring-Summer 2023 We also produce a line of crib sets, which gives us the opportunity to use the meters of fabric available to us as much as possible, adds the entrepreneur.
  • Text size It is a 100% made in Italy upcycling project that started by the young entrepreneur Erica Pedratscher with her children’s and unisex clothing brand Ludò, founded in 2019 in Saluzzo, in the province of Cuneo.
  • Erica Pedratscher with her creations at Pitti Bimbo 95-Photo: Gianluca Bolelli The idea behind Ludò is the creative recovery of the meters of precious unused fabrics that are found in the warehouses of Italian weavers, with a view to containing waste .
  • The collection proposed by Ludò for SS 2023 is inspired by the 70s with a refined and contemporary style, bringing to the fore garments that have almost completely disappeared, such as the nappy cover.

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