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Piave Maitex to display innovative fabrics at Interfiliere
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Jan '12
The presence of Piave Maitex at Interfiliere 2012 is marked by a wide offer of brand new products ranging from new proposals of plain solid fabrics, to the lingerie printed collection Spring-Summer 2013, to the beachwear printed collection 2013.

New Fabrics:
Peau D'Ange: A must from many years for those garments manufacturers seeking highly technical fabrics with superior handfeel, compactness and stretch obtained on high gauge knitting machines, is now improved by three new light weight high performance fabrics, featuring an outstanding velvet touch, designed for a highly refined underwear.

Evolution: Fresh and light warp-knits fabrics with an exclusive knitting structure.

Toptex: Characterized by thinner, patented fabrics with enhanced perspiration properties, are now integrated by new proposals named “Touch” because of the extraordinary handfeel achieved by our R&D thanks to the use of innovative microfibre yarns and the unique production processing.

New structured unisex band: Alongside the range of innovative structured bands with differentiated stretch, that achieved enduring success, both for women and men's garments, we have introduced a new proposal of unisex band allowing control properties without constriction conceived for the creation of highly unique technical garments, shaping the body but still suitable for everyday's use.

Wonderland women's line: It is devoted to feminine underwear and enriched by new proposals of lightweight sheer fabrics, seducing and sophisticated, with graphic motifs, golden reflections, geometries and see-through effects.

Wonderland men's line: Men's underwear proposition finds new impulse with geometric jacquard effects on microfibers enhanced by extra-soft handfeel, fresh and light, sustained by superior fitting standards.

Click here to read about range to be displayed at Interfiliere 2012.

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