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Eurojersey presents new A/W 2018-19 lingerie collection

Sensitive Fabrics by Eurojersey has interpreted five new lingerie trends in multiple styles for Autumn/Winter 2018-19.

15th May 2017

Knitting Industry
 |  Milan

Intimate Apparel, Swimwear/​Beachwear, Collections, Colours/​Trends

Italy based Sensitive Fabrics by Eurojersey has interpreted five new lingerie trends in multiple styles for Autumn/Winter 2018-19 to reflect a contemporary femininity. “From the soft, cottony Leisure style, to the more fashionable and glamorous lines, which nod to a leading-edge vision of fashion. Fatal Chic and Private redefine the more intimate aspect of elegance while Active crosses the borders of lingerie to present accessories for wearing with the most dynamic outfits,” the company explains.

Comfortable and lightweight with a soft hand-feel, Sensitive Fabrics are made for manufacturing lingerie and underwear. Available in the Sensitive Sand, Sensitive Seric Plus, Sensitive Grace and Sensitive Ultralight variants, they are said to offer second skin qualities, dressing and protecting the body and offering unique comfort to the wearer, according to the manufacturer.


Tender and charming sensations for discreet everyday self-indulgence characterise this trend. This soft, cottony and caressing style aims to provide skin comfort, interpreted in shades of nude combined with the warm hues of lace and micro patterns.

“Sensitive Sand regales an everyday self-indulgence with its harmonious mingling of lace and embroidery, textural effects and chiné. The colour palette is played out in tones of white, dusty pink, nude and dashes of burgundy and pink,” the company reports.

Leisure. © Eurojersey

Tiny gold animalier motifs on white grounds are melded with metallic mesh. Thanks to Ecoprint technology, metallic and white pigments are mixed to create matt and lustrous tone-on-tone or contrasting effects.

Glamour Déco

Vintage hints come back into fashion for a glamorous style in this trend. Hints of Art Deco recall flowering blossoms mixed with cashmere effects for a glamorous hippy style inspired by the runways. Floral embroidery, micro patterns and camouflage designs alight on ethereal tulles interposed with chiné effects to achieve sumptuous and sophisticated see-through effects in a range of pastel colours ranging from more classical shades to intense hues.

Glamour Deco. © Eurojersey

Sensitive Seric Plus fabric play with the matt-lustrous contrast of damask patterns, reproduced by digital printing. 3D effects are highlighted by metallic pigments and lacquers or by silver glitter prints which are strongly reminiscent of the luminosity of minerals.


“Feminine seduction and romantic harmony make the most ethereal slips into an essential item of luxury. Nude look shades are enhanced by lace-effect prints and embroidery in delicate pink or romantic lilac,” the company explains.

Private. © Eurojersey

The refined texture of Sensitive Seric Plus fabric is embellished by decorative embossed borders and matt pigments while the application of inkjet printing techniques offers the interplay of luminous/matt effects, two glamorous combinations.

Fatal Chic

“Sexy and seductive lingerie whose hyper-femininity depends on lace and floral cascades teamed up with tiny metallic polka dots,” the company reports. Shades of burgundy, flocked and lamé effects are applied to a Sensitive Grace fabric to create a delicate tattooed effect. Gold and burgundy are offset by black mesh and tulle on a nude ground, mingled with the animalier prints of Sensitive Ultralight and Sensitive Grace fabrics.

Fatal Chic. © Eurojersey

The see-through looks and micro patterns in blue purplish shades contrast with metallic effects ranging from gilt to red.


The final trend is represented by cottony look garments that lend themselves to being worn as outerwear thanks to their overlayers and elegance. The refined texture and comfortable feel are interpreted in a play of mélange effects in a palette of greys and asphalt alternated with sizzling fluo accents.

Active. © Eurojersey

Camouflage prints with vivacious splashes of colour brighten up the impalpable yet hardwearing Sensitive Sand fabric to offer more active solutions interpreted with textural and melange effects also in the cut-out version.

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