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Eurojersey debuts ready2wear F/W 2016-17 collection
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Sep '15
Eurojersey has introduced the new ready2wear Fall/Winter 2016/17 collection underpinned by know how and innovation and are made from its Sensitive fabrics.

“They are a collection of fabrics characterised by a touch of lifestyle, fuelled by volumes, shapes, plain hues and prints to create garments that perfectly meet any need for elegance, comfort and fit,” it said in a press release.

“The latest application technologies such as raw cut hems, heat sealing, seamless bonding and finishing go hand-in-hand with the ultra-flat surface of Sensitive fabrics to achieve the tailored look,” Eurojersey added.

“Additionally, they provide extra comfort, easy care and easy wear, are wrinkle-free, and offer perfect fit and coordination between plain hues and printed designs,” the Italian company informed.

New in the range of weights is the introduction of bonded fabrics, either printed and plain, or plain hues and bicolour.

Fabrics increasingly recall metals like bronze, silver and gold, while the new micro-laser perforated fabrics hint at a taste for lifestyle.

Sensitive fabrics create sophisticated themes dedicated to the colder seasons aiming for three-dimensional effects using traditional and digital printing techniques.

The collection's mood recalls the finest materials typical of the couture style and its effect is striking and all the more so for being so true to life.

Stripes and dots are reinterpreted in a modern, functional and dynamic way, while digital printing enhances visual material texture, while tone-on-tone details are enlivened by the traditional print.

Tailoring concept and couture style are accented by traditional colours and blue and dark grey stand out as the main features of tone-on-tone pinstripes which are more formal and yet unusual.

According to Eurojersey, various fabrics allow to choose the best look to suit every tailoring and aesthetics need.

A complete and multi-purpose collection stems from the strongest, opaque, and material-oriented Sensitive Classic fabric specific for texture.

The range of Sensitive Bonded fabrics, feature heat sealing instead of a traditional seam, ideal for structured clothes which are technical, non-deformable over time, anti-crease and abrasion resistant.

“Among them, Sensitive Bonded fabrics with fleece are ideal for thermal apparel as they are soft and comfortable to wear,” it informed.

“Sensitive Bonded double face fabrics are perfect for exclusive structured garments as they play on the effect of two different surfaces, smooth and plain on one side and full-bodied and material-oriented on the other,” it observed. (AR)

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