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Framilon from Framis Fashion Lab for 2008-2009
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Jan '08
Fashion innovation and creativity together with technical performance and comfort are the distinguishing features of Framilon polyurethane tapes and films for 2008-09.

Stimulating new ideas have been added to the intrinsic qualities of the whole of the Framilon range this season and from the Framis Fashion Lab come three key themes: White Ice, Architecture and Air Waves. Framilon One, the original, transparent heritage tape, is the mainstay of the White Ice collection. Iridescent and sparkling effects join more sober and discreet tones to embrace different styles and tastes.

Stunning straps are enhanced by silvery, luminous and metallic additions and decorative effects can be achieved very simply with overlooking and zigzag stitching. Framilon La Bretella in glossy black or colours creates sophisticated accessories for multiple uses.

The Architecture theme is altogether more structural and introduces harder-edged looks, with piping and tubular tapes from the new Framilon Specialist collection, containing chains and coloured cords as inserts and edging.

Movement and delicacy are the characteristics of the Air Waves theme where softness and femininity are all-important. Framilon is perfect for fine, featherweight fabrics such as tulle and lace, as it is itself as light as air. It is perfectly invisible and so is ideal too for knitted and ruched garments.

The broad range of colours now available in the Framilon Colour collection (in addition to Framilon Black for dark fabrics) sums up the whole spirit of the season, embracing the diverse styles, tastes and needs of the top designers and manufacturers in fashion today.

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