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François to show Sensitive Fabric at Première Vision
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Feb '17
The well-known designer from Italy, François Girbaud, is set to show the first exclusive collection in Sensitive Fabrics, the innovative technical fabrics by Eurojersey, a leading Italian-made warp knit fabrics and textiles company, at the Première Vision 2017 expo, the global event for fashion professionals, to be held from February 7 to 9, 2017, in Paris.

The high-tech influences and urban dynamism for the garments displayed is made by the famous Portuguese garment maker Petratex. The Sensitive fabrics comprises of a special formula born of the fusion of three different components: design, fabrics, and manufacturing. The Sensitive Preformers is a series of modern, multi-purpose garments endowed with the superb comfort of innovative and high performing Sensitive Fabrics which, as well as being easy to wash and wrinkle-free, offer a modern-day take on the concept of “sport utility” and accompany the wearer in all sorts of activities throughout the day.

The muse for presenting the collection is Rosie The Riveter, the iconic image which used to appear on US government posters. The girl hard at work during the period of the Second World War helped redefine the role of women and determined image continues to be a benchmark for the work clothes borrowed from men’s attire.

Another inspiration is the sport, to meet the need of practical, comfortable clothing. In fact, in the pants of the male and female line, back pockets have been relocated to insert reflective strips to move safely in the cycling context, even in the city.

The ultra-flat and super functional Sensitive Fabrics, combined with clever manufacturing technology, allows the review of details such as heat-welded side pockets and without seams, useful to accommodate little items such as credit card with microchips or smartphone. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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