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Isko Future Face denim fabric granted European patent
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Jun '15
The Isko Future Face has been granted a patent by the European Patent Office for the groundbreaking denim technology, that it says, has revolutionised the fashion world by combining style and active life.

Launched in 2012 from efforts of Isko’s R&D team, an ISKO press release informs that the Future Face has been chosen by an incredibly wide range of leading fashion brands.

According to Isko, the fabric has been chosen by brands like Diesel, Gucci, Moussy Jeans, Gerry Weber, Hudson, Hugo Boss, MAC Mode, Please, Pull-in, Just Cavalli, Trussardi Jeans, 7 for all Mankind and many others.

“Isko Future Face has been made by a woven technology, but looks like circular knitted fabric, is now guaranteed against any imitation,” it adds.

“Isko’s deep commitment to protection of patents and intellectual property is part of what makes the difference in today’s fashion”, Marco Lucietti, global marketing director at Isko says.

“In the textile industry such an effort is not common at all, since patent protection is hard to achieve,” Lucietti informs.

“We are really proud of this recognition and we are ready to defend our technology to bring value to our partners,” he observes.

Isko is a Sanko Holding company and has a wide range of innovative fabric technologies and products that meet the most diverse demands of the denim sector. (AR)

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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