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Class presents new Spring/Summer 2018 collection
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May '17
Courtesy: Class
Courtesy: Class
Class, the leading eco-material hub based in Milan and specialised in the integration of a new generation of smart values within fashion and home decor, has presented the new Spring/Summer 2018 collection through its partners, highlighting the new generation of values as innovation, research, creativity, traceability, transparency and sustainability.

The collection, consisting of yarns, fabrics and accessories, clearly matches all market needs starting from the 'Fashion World' at 360°. A complete and wide offer dedicated to underwear, athleisure, sportswear and contract/upholstery. Innovative and unique, the Class collection leads the concept of 'Smart' hitting the line of the people that aim to be contemporary, said the company in a press release.

Yarns such as Botanicaldye by Shinnaigai Textile, Ecotec by Marchi & Fildi, Cupro by Asahi Kasei, Roica by Asahi Kasei and Re.Verso are included in the collection. It features fabrics like Re.Verso by A Stelloni Collection by Mapel, Bacx by Centro Seta, Lanificio Zignone, Euromaglia and Gruppocinque. Materials included in the new Class collection include Smart Materials for Okinawa and Washoki.

Lanfranchi accessories also form a part of the collection along with Imprima printing processes. Imprima aims to establish itself as a preferred partner for brands and retailers in the world of fashion. This evolution of the business model is centred on the concept of sustainability understood as financial, industrial, social, and environmental sustainability.

Several brands like Stella McCartney, Wolford and Iluna Group have chosen Class innovations to create their collections, all driven by the three-dimensional approach (creativity, innovation, and responsibility). (KD)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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