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Sensitive Fabrics unveils new impulse lingerie trends
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Travelling between past and future, where the virtual and human worlds meet and elegance and femininity are celebrated. The lingerie world for autumn/winter 2015/16 from the  Sensitive Fabrics brand presents four themes inspired by new trends, inspired by a visionary impulse and the research of Eurojersey Creative office.
 
Sensitive Plus, Sensitive Touch, Sensitive Sheer and Sensitive b.Feel have interpreted the new trends with an exclusive, refined touch, making full use of the quality and performance of the 100% Made in Italy fabrics, as well as the latest printing techniques - like the most recent jewel prints and the EcoPrint printing technology, which enable the reproduction of very high resolution textures.
 
GRACE IN THE URBAN
Human & Cybernetic
The contrast between the human and the cybernetic is evoked by the theme called "Grace in the Urban". It is inspired by observations of modern life in a world that is constantly on the move, seeking our deep, primitive origins - a meeting of cybernetic, robotic technology and the essential elements of our humanity, the grace and elegance that shape our movement within the urban environment. The result is a texture that cunningly blends cold, grey, cream and greenish shades with the skin's nude tones. The rigid structure has a crisp, geometric weave, softened by the romantic touch of artisanal-effect elements. Technical and sporty patterns side by side with lace and macramé printed on Sensitive Plus and silky Sensitive Touch.
 
EPOQUE MIX
Classic & Future
When epochs collide, they skip and slide away in a fluid game of tag, each seeking to catch the other while revelling in a concept of a intense femininity and sophistication.  Inspiration is drawn from  the past, looking back to the art and culture of doing things well, the secret of preserving history. Harking back to the 15th century, the era of Flemish painting, with its richly-detailed masterpieces and miniatures. Floral patterns, folds and arabesques, plays of colour with variations of pinks and shades of green contrasting with metallic sheen and virtual reproductions.
 
Creations that travel through time in Sensitive Touch and Sensitive Sheer, using the latest printing techniques, with lacquers, pigments and digital printing for ultrafine reproductions.
 
DECORATIVE INSPIRATIONS
Elegance and passion
Luxuriant Bordeaux, gold, violet, bronze and purple dominate the “Decorative Inspirations” theme. Passion and elegance, the ultimate in splendour and sumptuousness, opulence and sensuality. A tribute to the opulence of the Baroque style, with textures that are reminiscentof velvet, and the heaviest, most highly-prized fabrics. Jacquard patterns and elegant gold prints, beads, gems and lace, recalling a monumental, mystical era on Sensitive Classic,  Sensitive Plus and Sensitive Seric Plus.
 
JET SET MIRROR
Face & Soul
"Come back to the seventies" is the concept behind "Jet set mirror" theme, driven by a search for materials that are more vivid than paint, lacquer and gloss, with a range of colours that emphasises the powerful contrasts of black and white, reds and blues.
 
Animal patterns embellished with jewel prints, like zebras studded with crystal points of light or gold chains. Micro-geometric designs with tie patterns on Sensitive Touch, Sensitive Sheer, Sensitive Plus and Sensitive b.Feel.

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