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Tintex to present innovate fabrics at Munich Fabric Start
Aug '17
Tintex, a leading developer of sustainable jersey fabrics, will present innovative fabrics from its range of Autumn Winter 2019 Jersey at Munich Fabric Start. These fabric styles will display the contemporary designs in fashion, athliesure, sports and lingerie markets through a dedicated commitment to eco-responsible processes and materials.

The three day international trade show will kick off from September 5, 2017. This year's autumn range will showcase more than 80 new qualities and styles designed to fit the fashion, sportswear, athleisure and innerwear sectors. The fabrics have been developed with a focus on three jersey fabric concepts — timeless, fashionable and innovative timeless — a range of classic and transeasonal jersey fabrics upgraded with a new modernised appeal using perennial favourite colours.

Tintex makes cutting edge, more sustainable, modern hybrid jersey fabrics with precision and technology for partners looking to make better, naturally advanced selections. New crafted fabrics upgrade the honest organic qualities to a new level, where true performance and hi-tech smarts are delivered with Tintex's expertise in specialist dyeing and finishing techniques, applications, equipment and processes.

This time, Tintex collection has used at least 60 per cent of more sustainable materials, such as Tencel, organic cotton, naturally organic linen, Ecotec by Marchi & Fildi the smart cotton, recycled and recovered smart materials including polyesters, nylons and now a new recycled stretch elastane too. In keeping with its ethos of creating low impact fabrics, the major part of the collection eschews the use of animal based fibres, with the limited exception of some organic wool, silk and cashmere blend qualities.

This innovative collection crosses boundaries and assortments with hybrid technologies using engineered nature-tech blends and unique, patented formaldehyde free performance coatings to deliver poetic, futuristic and dynamic effects. (RR)

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