At the recently concluded Premiere Vision in Paris, Eurojersey introduced The Sensitive Evolution, a new concept that expresses the ready to wear S/S 17 collection.
“It is a truly transversal nature of Sensitive Fabrics taking centre stage where design and a streamlined, practical approach are concerned,” a Eurojersey press release said.
The collection was revealed through an installation of silhouettes which illustrated the process of a contemporary evolution.
Six iconic garments on as many mannequins in sculptural positions portrayed The Sensitive Evolution, beginning from athleisure to fitness, from urban running to casualwear and sophisticated formalwear.
According to the company, all are made using Sensitive Fabrics whose unique and unrivalled versatility ensure they satisfy every style and manufacturing requirement.
“Sensitive Fabrics are lightweight, breathable, non-curling and always perfect, even after frequent washing,” the company added.
“Thanks to the high percentage of Lycra fibres, these fabrics are exceptionally elastic, making them particularly well suited for snug-fit garments that create a harmonious and balanced silhouette,” it stated.
“Their lightness combines with support and outstanding comfort to ensure they offer unbeatable quality which cannot be found in any other run-proof fabrics,” Eurojersey observed.
Sensitive Fabrics are ideal for creating jackets, outerwear and trousers with an outstanding fit that keep their shape whilst offering the utmost comfort.
As per Eurojersey, they make any garment pleasant to wear, fresh and breathable but at the same time structured and high-performance.
The ultra-smooth surface of Sensitive Fabrics allows cutting-edge sartorial techniques to be used, including shaping, ultrasound, laser cutting and taping, which involves using special heat-sealed tapes.
Sensitive Fabrics by Eurojersey have also been studied and experimented with by students at Milan Polytechnic's Faculty of Fashion and Design, as part of a workshop dedicated to new 'on the move' outfits.
At Première Vision, a video and look book of eleven of the fifty-six designs, showcased the most interesting characteristics of tomorrow's fashion. (AR)
Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India