The very definition of dynamism, Interfilière Paris creates a veritable movement, with an eclectic and exhaustive product range for brands, designers, stylists and retailers seeking inspiration, know-how and supplies for future collections.
WELLBEING: AN INCREASINGLY SURE VALUE...
Tomorrow’s fabrics continue to boast new functionalities, enhancing their aesthetics and wellbeing, since they are light, soft, comfortable, follow the contours of the body like a second skin, accompany movement, flatter the figure and facilitate muscle performance during sport.
Following on from cosmetic textiles (Symposium in July 2012), Interfilière Paris, in collaboration with the Fédération de la Maille et de la Lingerie, is pursuing its reflection and taking stock of this trend. A dedicated area will showcase fabrics and finished products representing the intimates, beachwear, sport, health and technical textile sectors in order to answer a single question “Which fabric for which benefit?” by placing our exhibitors’ innovations in the spotlight. A conference is scheduled at 11.30am on Monday 8 July with an accompanying handout.
BEACHWEAR DESIGNER OF THE YEAR
For the first time, Interfilière Paris will nominate a Designer of the Year within the framework of Paris, Capitale de la Création, for achievements in the beachwear fabrics sector.
The French company European Stretch Fabrics, a subsidiary of the Payen Group, has been selected. ESF proposes innovative textile products with a wide range of stretch wovens, a technique that Interfilière Paris wishes to highlight through this nomination.
ESF has dressed a number of Olympic athletes at the Seoul Olympics in 1988, as well as the Atlanta Games in 1996, Athens in 2004 and Beijing in 2008. In 1999, European Stretch Fabrics created the world’s finest fabric. ESF uses the following brands: Aquatech (fabrics designed for sport and satisfying the requirements of high-level competitive sports) and Mad about Skin (stretch fabrics for intimates and beachwear).
A COMPREHENSIVE OFFER
A must-see event for all the major players in the industry (collection managers, fabric buyers, stylists, designers, trend forecasting agencies, etc.), Interfilière Paris is the key date in the season for stocking up on ideas and new trends, discovering developments and innovations driven by our exhibitors, whose creativity and expertise serve as a benchmark.
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