Lingerie with a host of inspirations, a swimwear line with a tropical influence and refined activewear: a review of the new Rocle by Isabella products for spring/summer 2021.
As the fabric manufacturer returns with a revised newsletter for the new year, we look back at its textile innovations that made their mark in 2019.
Redefining the role of fabrics in everyday life? This is the new ambition of Cordura, which is launching a new digital campaign highlighting its “high-performance fabrics”.
Textured detailing, realistic digital prints, shimmering colours: for spring/summer 2022, Liebaert is presenting a highly attractive fabric line for lingerie and swimwear that can be discovered at the Interfilière Paris trade fair from 18 to 20 January 2020.
The market leader, Junior has established itself with high-definition embroidery, combining pragmatism, innovation and expertise. These fabrics can also be found in our AW 21-22 Kids and SS21 Lingerie trend books.
A high-performance, eco-friendly textile material derived from cotton? This is the new innovation from Bemberg, who will present this bold fabric at the next edition of Italy’s Pitti Uomo event.
At the cutting edge of research when it comes to sustainable fashion, Adidas x Stella McCartney has teamed up with Lycra and its Fitsense technology for swimwear.
The textile industry is the second most polluting in the world. On the basis of this alarming assessment, two manufacturers from Châtelleraudais have developed a revolutionary process for turning used textiles into “Plaxtil”, a composite material that can replace plastic.
Infinited Fiber Company has created an innovative and sustainable technology for endlessly recycling fabric waste while losing none of its original quality. Here’s how.
A leader in natural and innovative fabrics, the jersey manufacturer is now offering a new holistic and sustainable approach to manufacturing these new-generation materials.