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Everest Textile to introduce 6 main collections
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Feb '08
Following the first appearance in Première Vision last year, this year during Feb. 19 to 22, Everest Textile will present more various innovative products with combination of future fashion trend at Booth 5B12-5C11.

For 09 S/S, Everest strongly recommends its six main collections complying with green manufacture in this top fashion city - Paris, including Ever Soft Shell (3-Layer) with different functional membrane, Ever Hi-Functional Material, Micro-Porous membrane and Ever Air-Pass membrane, Ever Green Products, Ever For Fun and Ever High Fashion.

Base on Fashion mixes High Function and Environmentally- friendly concepts; Everest Textile will introduce 6 main collections in Première Vision '09 Spring/ Summer this year.

The main products to be exhibited are Ever Soft Shell which offers 8 kinds of Everest's exclusively functional membranes in the middle of 3-layer, Ever Hi-functional Material includes 7 multi-functional fibers to bring safety and health to daily life, Micro-porous membrane & Ever Air pass membrane both with superbly air and vapor permeability, Ever Green Product includes recycled & organic materials, and non-toxic post finishing agent, Ever For Fun – mixing high functions and metal sheen outlook to create novel garment design for outdoor activities, and Ever Hi-Fashion (Yarn Dye Intelligent memory) with various checkers and patterns, perfect for urban wears.

Each theme will be exhibited separately in the booth; Buyers can find and focus on what they need easily.

Everest Textile Co Ltd

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