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Eurojersey presenting Sensitive fabrics at Mare di Moda
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Oct '15
At stand no. 9 at Mare di Moda, Italian fashion fabrics producer, Eurojersey will showcase its Sensitive fabrics range, which will take visitors on a journey in the Mediterranean Sea and total immersion in the marine ecosystem.

“Welcoming visitors are Sensitive fabric digital prints, which make the colours and marine life come alive and move thanks to a realistic reproduction of the seabed to simulate an abyss experience,” a press release said.

“The natural habitat inspired the Sensitive fabrics SS/17 swimwear collection, also embodied by the presentation of five iconic pieces,” it added.

“These are a further tribute to the partnership with WWF ITALY for the protection of the Mediterranean, which has been created using an innovative 3D print technology,” the company informed.

Eurojersey further added that each detail becomes a precious element, which creates an optical illusion of a three-dimensional fabric which perfectly matches the profile.

“Digital printing optimises colours and graphics and creates a high resolution texture to an ever higher-quality performance standard,” the value-added fabric producer informed.

Sensitive fabrics offer a perfect fit and maximum support without constraints, giving a feeling of second skin and excellent resistance to chlorine, sea water and UV protection due to the Lycra Xtra Life fibre.

“These values are acknowledged by the most prestigious brands in the swimwear segment, and are found in the most glamourous swimwear range designed for the beach and competition,” it stated. (AR)

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