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Roica Eco Smart unveils new fashion brands for 2017-18
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Roica, a premium stretch fibre brand with excellent stretch and recovery properties based on polymer science by Asahi Kasei, a leading Japanese chemical company, has launched new commercial fashion ranges for Autumn Winter 2017-18 collection, with Roica Eco Smart family of fibre. The new Roica modern wardrobe redefines new stretch solutions.

Textile manufacturer Wolford has used the Roica Eco Smart family with Hohenstein Environment compatibility certification of yarns for fabrics that can be disposed of with no harmful environmental results. The new ‘Salad’ collection launches in a range of tights and lingerie as the first Gold Certified Cradle to Cradle tights.

Cosabella brand sells in over 100 countries, with a premium collection of 2000 styles for every sector of lingerie and leisurewear. Latest styles use the Eco-Lace by Tessitura Colombo Antonio fabrics made with Roica Eco Smart family for their more luxurious upscaled lines.

Triumph Lingerie has launched latest designs that use the new stretch lace from Iluna Group and the Roica Eco Smart family, GRS certified family of yarns within, slips and lingerie sets.

In the lingerie business for 60 years, Aubade is showing the new romantic Rose d’Ispahan line, which moulds elegant rose patterned designs using the Roica Eco Smart family.

As a manufacturer with an experience of more than 130 years, Anita brand uses state-of-the-art material and fabrics in all products. The brand selected materials by Penn Asia with the Roica for lingerie sets “Fleur” and “Josephine” that give a very shapely silhouette with a lot of comfort. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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