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Eurojersey to show Sensitive Fabrics at Première Vision
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Feb '15
The Italian cloth maker Eurojersey will showcase the latest Spring/Summer 2016 collection of its warp-knit wearable technology enhanced Sensitive Fabrics line at the upcoming edition of French bi-annual trade fair Première Vision Paris, scheduled to take place from February 10 to 12, 2015.

Known for its no curling, no pilling, easy wear and care, and wrinkle-free properties, the new performance-driven collection offers an array of functional and versatile materials that are ideal for numerous applications including innerwear, swimwear, sportswear and other clothing categories.

Made using bonded and taping technology, the line is crafted from joining fabrics together with heat sealing that offers a cutting edge look and an extremely comfortable fit with no seams.

Suitable for contouring, laser cutting and flocking techniques, the cloth collection features the highly textured, substantial and matt finished Sensitive Classic range, the lightweight Sensitive Plus and the silky and shiny Sensitive Sheer line in gloss or matt contrasts.

The fabric range is created under Energy, Solar Energy and Gipsy Energy themes. Inspired from the South American alegría music and Mother Earth, the high-definition digital print adorned line features shades of orange, brown, amber, gold, sand, yellows, ochre and vermilion.

Based in Caronno Pertusella, a town located in the province of Varese, Italy, Eurojersey was founded in 1960. The company specialises in a variety of advanced textile products.

The upcoming edition of Première Vision Paris will see about 63,000 industry professionals from over 120 countries representing the yarns, fabrics, leather, design, accessories and manufacturing sectors.

The event will feature latest innovations from over 1,950 exhibitors belonging to 30 countries. In addition to exhibiting new products, several fabrics and fashion centric shows and 6 business-focused activities will also be organized at the fair venue. (PB)

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