Inherited from Korean tradition, Sun Lee’s paper clothing collection surprisingly pushes back the boundaries of the ready-to-wear industry in terms of sustainable development.
A robotic textile sensitive to our body temperature? This is the revolutionary new invention in the field of wearable technology just achieved by the Design of Active Materials and Structures Lab and Wearable Technology Lab, according to a study published by Advanced Materials Technologies.
Significantly reducing its CO2 emissions is the challenge met by PrimaLoft, which is now presenting a new environmentally friendly production method.
Leader on the retro-reflective material market, the firm JRC-Reflex has launched a new reflective fabric, White Metal, a material capable of reflecting absorbed light that comes in a range of attractive two-tone variations. You can find this fabric in our Sport Trend Book for the Autumn-Winter 21/22 season – Theme 2 Blur dedicated to golf,…
A real new-technology changing room, Wacoal’s 3D scanner helps us to find the perfect underwear without anyone having to take our measurements, boosting a retail experience lacking in innovation.
A new revolution in the realm of recycled fabric! According to the textile manufacturer Birla Cellulose, a subsidiary of the textile group Aditya Birla, it is now possible to create viscose fibres from cotton fabric waste.
Designated as one of the ambassadors for the Première Vision trade fair’s Smart Creation project, the textile firm Manteco presented its latest innovations in terms of sustainable development.
Denims at the cutting edge of trends… and sustainable development textile technologies? This is what Portuguese firm Troficolor is offering when it presented its latest innovations at the most recent Première Vision trade show in Paris.
With its new sustainably sourced cellulosic yarn, Eastman is paving the way for a whole range of ecological and viable fabrics for responsible fashion.
3D printing directly onto fabric instead of via elements produced separately then affixed to the material? This was the technological feat observed at the latest New York Fashion Week at threeASFOUR’s autumn/winter show.