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Nilit's Sensil BodyFashion Trendbook for Spring/Summer 2007

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Nov '05
Sensil BodyFashion Trendbook - Nilit
Texturized yarns maker Nilit LTD announced that the company's new trend concepts for Spring-Summer 2007 which will be presented in the SENSIL BODYFASHION TRENDBOOK.

For Spring/Summer 2007 Bodyfashion embraces all the moods of fashion conjuring up images of luxury, sensuality, and exotic destinations. The desire to wear beautiful bodywear is stronger than ever and lingerie and bodyfashion are considered an integral part ready-to-wear.

This season they see interplay of products that are a fusion of fashion glamour, lingerie, and dynamic activewear. The market continues to reflect the consumer's need for variety and added value, and Bodyfashion must offer the vital combination of well-being, seductiveness, and functionality. Seamless bodywear is the season's "must have" as it captures all aspects of the style spectrum while providing versatility, creativity, and exceptional comfort.

The cutting-edge technology of Sensil yarns links seamless bodywear to the latest fashion trends, and become dynamic partners in creativity. The wide variety of Sensil yarns perfected for seamless and circular knitting inspire decorative and functional products that offer increased comfort and well-being, while bringing fashion and fun to bodywear. THE SENSIL BODYFASHION TRENDBOOK defines five trends for SPRING-SUMMER 2007 and highlights the yarns and colors best suited to these trends:

Latin Rhythm
An exotic mood takes us to a destination of a Latin countrywhere they discover rich inspirations from Spanish and Portuguese cultures and ancient civilizations. Timeless local handcrafts and flamboyant embroidery adorn bodywear with folkloric and ethnic style. Tango and dance forms with Caribbean rhythm inspire lingerie which is both exotic and expressive.


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