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Sensitive fabrics debuts geometrical prints clothing line

January 30, 2014 (Italy)

For a new season emphasising functional comfort and total wearability, Sensitive Fabrics by EUROJERSEY, a brand that represents Italian design throughout the world, is transformed into a canvas shaped by intensely creative and innovative colour combinations in the Ready2wear SUMMER  2015 collection.

Abstract pictorial creations and instinctive brush strokes of pure colour are the artistic instruments chosen to infuse the structural features of Sensitive Fabrics with vitality and charm.

These fabrics are ideal for sophisticated, ultra-light, practical garments that are the ideal solution for all occasions. Versatile and comfortable, virtually imperceptible on the skin thanks to ultralight Sensitive Plus, this is perfect for clothing designed to cope with the hottest weather. Sensitive Classic, with lasting stretch performance and bright colours. Sensitive Sculpt, surprising and seductive with a cling effect.

A structured, versatile collection designed to meet every demand for an original, creative total look where design is the star, and the colour range and refined shapes are interpreted by traditional motifs.

The effects and superimpositions, the recomposed and destructured combinations are enhanced by the top-quality printing techniques, the latest technology of 3D print. This ensures the utmost precision and three-dimensional reproduction of any design and decorative motif with outstandingly well-defined details.

Besides the excellent yield in terms of environmental impact, the 3D printing technique enables in a reduction in the use of dyes (-88%), water (-35%) and emissions (greenhouse gases -59%, methane -57%) compared to traditional printing techniques.

The collection introduces the theme of “Ultimate Geometrical Designs” by interpreting dots - in motion and destructured - and ethnic stripes with a range of greys and blues and touches of powder cyan.


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