Swimwear & Beachwear
Leading Italian warp knitter Eurojersey presents its new Sensitive Fabrics 2015 Swimwear Collection, inspired by the world in its physical and metaphysical state, featuring exciting, colourful scenery and engaging prints and striking three-dimensional effects.
The company’s new presentation tool, ‘Trend to Market’ displays current styles and colours, arranged into reference groups and combinations, presented on the basis of the company’s extensive knowledge of the market.
Eurojersey offers five habitats of colours and tones for six macro themes. According to the brand, these eclectic and kaleidoscopic fabrics reinvent and reconstruct every setting and effect. This is an ecosystem inhabited by the categories Wind, Chlorine, Moon, Essence and Sand.
Lycra brand owner Invista has announced 13 semi-finalists for the Lycra Future Designers Award, which is a part of the WGSN Global Fashion Awards ceremony, in a reception co-hosted by singer and style innovator Kate Nash.
Shortlisted candidates in this year’s edition of the Award include candidates from seven different countries. Four UK participants Alison Vincent, Eva Lai, Irina Lazova and Lucy Gardner; Hanna Lucatelli from Brazil; Han Zhongshu, Chow Bohan and Shixuan Zhao, from China; Alejandra Perdomo and Daniela Larrea from Colombia; Himani Harish from India; Silvia Silvia from Singapore; and Patty Clariza, from the United States.
The 8th edition of Première Vision São Paulo that took place from 10-11 at Expocenter Norte, accommodated 110 exhibitors from 14 countries and welcomed 6,162 designers, buyers, journalists and representatives of the textile‐fashion market of Latin America.
An international platform for fashion information and business expansion, Première Vision is an important event that is being held in France and in other countries with strong textile tradition, such as United States, China, and Russia. This was the first edition headed by Guglielmo Olearo, Première Vision International Exhibitions Director. “The core objective of Première Vision is to inspire the market. We want the creators to find their ideas and the suppliers they need to start their collections,” he explained.
Première Vision, a leading organiser of trade shows for the fashion industry, and Eurovet, a leading organiser of trade shows for the lingerie/swimwear sector, have signed an agreement which will lead to the acquisition by Première Vision of the Eurovet fashion shows.
This action comprises the fashion manufacturing shows Fatex, Zoom by Fatex, and ‘Made in France’ by Fatex, as well as Tissu Premier and Collections, shows dedicated to fabrics and products positioned around the short term and updating. This represents a group of eight shows per year, organised in both Paris and Lille.
Leading Italian warp knitter Eurojersey’s new 3D Print, Eco-Print and Pre-Cut printing techniques, due to their benefits in terms of savings (cost, energy), add significant value to the Sensitive fabrics range for Autumn/Winter 2014-15.
This development of these innovative and creative techniques is supported by the ongoing research carried out by Eurojersey’s design department, the company’s technologically advanced manufacturing site in the warp-knit textiles sector, and its 100% compliance with environmental standards.
Interfilière Paris, the international showcase with a comprehensive range of fabrics, accessories and haberdashery for intimates and beachwear, in conjunction with Mode City saw a total of 26,384 visitors, celebrating wellbeing, the topic that dominated the three day show last weekend.
On an international level, the event was popular among US and Eastern European participants, particularly Ukraine, Belarus, Romania and the Baltic countries. However, the top visitor countries were France, UK, Italy, Germany, US, Hong Kong, Spain, China, Russia and Switzerland, a new entrant to the event.
At this weekend’s Interfiliere show in Paris, leading elastane producer Hyosung’s creora brand collaborated with a group of top Brazilian designers to feature a new collection of Swimwear Innovation with creora highclo.
Sri Lanka-based MAS Fabrics will showcase its latest line of fabric and trim solutions for intimate apparel and swimwear products at Interfilière 2013, that takes place this weekend from 6-8 July, in Paris.
Given the complex construction of garments and the number of components essential in the manufacturing process, MAS Fabrics claims to present a unique value proposition with its one-stop-shop solution for requirements across lace, fabrics, elastics, moulded cups and accessories.
Stretchline, the leading narrow fabric manufacturer, has launched Fit-U a new quality of elastic where stretchability and power is engineered to suit the contours of the body, bringing a new dimension to comfort. Fit-U will be showcased at this weekend’s Interfilière trade fair for beachwear and lingerie in Paris.
Stretchline has developed a technology that produces elastic which exerts the right amount of pressure against the body offering superior comfort. With Fit-U, the wearer is said to enjoy a lot more comfort with a strap or waistband that feels great on the body.
This year’s Galleria Intima will be three times bigger than its previous edition last year, with more than 300 brands and industry leaders from the intimate apparel industry visiting the event that will run from 23-24 August, organised by the leading industry body, the Intimate Apparel Association of India (IAAI). After successfully hosting 30 exhibitors last year, the event this year will feature over 80 brands showcasing their products.
Galleria Intima welcomes intimate apparel industry experts, leading manufacturers and suppliers as well as top lingerie brands at the event that will feature exclusive exhibits of fibres, fabrics, laces, embroideries, accessories, machinery, automated technology and packaging materials.