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Connected Explorers SS 2022 Sensitive Fabrics collection

Italian knitted fabrics manufacturer Eurojersey has launched the new SS 2022 Ready-to-Wear collection of Sensitive Fabrics called Connected Explorers.

22nd January 2021

Knitting Industry
 |  Milan, Italy

Knitted Outerwear

“Always ahead, Sensitive Fabrics by Eurojersey presents a season in which fashion design and the tailoring tradition are artfully melded with the world of high-tech. A retrospective look at an immortal past, reworked with accents of optimism and renewed design elements for a fresh image whose multi-faceted and multi-tasking personality, endowed with a certain touch of refinement, confers an inimitable sophistication to each fabric,” Eurojersey explains.

“Vibrant experiences reflect juxtapositions poised between mystical and natural elements, reassuring colours and trims, prints and textures, to generate a play of styles in a mix of comfort, elegance and relaxation. An authentic conceptual turning point, a renewal aimed at achieving a refined sense of contemporaneity. 

© Eurojersey.

A Sensitive Fabrics collection signed by the new Mimesis campaign, a concept that takes shape and goes beyond, into a new dimension, with an optical effect played out between reality and illusion, created by the print of a three-dimensional motif. In this way, the analogy between the physical reality of the body and the way in which garments of a unique character make it appear is taken to a new level.

Focus Trends - For the 2022 SS season, Sensitive Fabrics interpret what are fundamentally classical prints and colours with an artisanal retro aesthetic, which acquires new-found vigour.  Period floral designs assume a contemporary aura, motifs and stylized illustrations are placed here and there, in colour combinations and on grounds that are modern, monochromatic or vibrant. Geometric effects of all over tiles and a hint of traditional paisley are the distinctive elements.”

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