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Prosperity shows denims made from Amicor at Intertextile
12
Oct '15
Chinese denim fabric producer Prosperity Textiles is presenting eco-friendly denim collections made with Amicor fibres at Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabric Show in hall 3, booth E 33.

“Amicor is an anti-microbial performance fibre manufactured by Thai Acrylic Fibre Co. Ltd,” a company press release stated.

This new denim range from Prosperity Textiles has been developed using Lycra core-spun Amicor and cotton blend yarns supplied by Chinese spinner Texhong Group.

Joanna Qin, R&D director, Prosperity Textiles said, “The feeling of comfort is probably the key requirement in today's apparel's.”

“Our new collection of denims made with Amicor fibre provides a unique feeling of long-lasting freshness to consumers with its durable anti-microbial performance,” she added.

“The locked-in hygiene function in this new range prevents odour and irritation of the skin even after repeated use,” she informed.

“In this fashion-era where denims constitute a significant share of our clothing life, together with Amicor we aim to provide the difference in a consumer's denim experience,” Qin observed.

“Microbial additives are injected inside the fibre core of Amicor, which provides durability throughout the life time of the garment and is durable up to 100 washing cycles,” Thai Acrylics added.

Amicor fibres are endorsed and compliant with the European Legislation; 'Seal of Approval' from the British Allergy Foundation; are REACH SVHC Compliant and are also Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certified.

Amicor fibres are consumed in markets like UK, Germany, Turkey, Italy, Spain, Thailand and India and many other countries.

Biswajit Chaudhuri, chief marketing officer at Thai Acrylics said, “Introducing Amicor in denims creates an eco-friendly green world of denims, in addition to help evolve an era of hygienic denims for consumers.”

With Amicor, consumers can now wear the same denims for longer period without washing and still feel fresh and comfortable,” he too added.

Less number of washes help to save valuable resources like water, power and energy,” Chaudhuri informed. (AR)

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