Style + Fashion = Distinction
As Coco Chanel said: “Fashion is architecture: it is a matter of proportions”
In REVERS, we are aware that when we talk about fashion, we are referring to a phenomenon mainly linked with aesthetic and beauty values rather than functionality.
Often it is related to the historical, social, economic, political or cultural context. So it can be said that its importance lies, in one way or another, on representing the expression of a particular society in a specific place and time.
Our exhibition systems, not only with the distinction and differentiation cubes, but also with the magnetic communication enhancers, raise and highlight the products that the textile industry wants to distinguish in the sales point.