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Eurojersey to show sensitive fabrics F/W 19/20 collection

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Sep '18
Courtesy: Eurojersey
Courtesy: Eurojersey
Eurojersey, leading producer of warp-knit fabrics from Italy, is set to present the new sensitive fabrics Fall/Winter 2019/2020 collection of versatile and multi-faceted fabrics suited for a contemporary lifestyle at Premiere Vision Paris, in booth 6G6/6H9, hall 6. The global trade show for fashion professionals will be held from September 19-21, 2018.

The entire collection is underlined by digital printing, whose three-dimensional rendering interprets textural effects, thanks to innovative 3D print technology and special yarn dyed and délavé. For this latest technology, inspired by Massimo Osti’s projects, the father of contemporary techno-fashion by experimenting innovative textile treatments, Eurojersey is presenting the garments’ dyeing and cold washing technique onto sensitive fabrics, according to a press release.

Prints, patterns, and colours recount a collection played out between a rather formal and elegant style and a more casual attitude, interpreted in three main themes: Unisex, Wallstreet Wear, and New Opticals.

Unisex includes heritage patterns and tuxedo prints with a three-dimensional look, with a tailor-made elegance that blurs the borders between feminine and masculine. The classical shades of blue and grey are punctuated by browns and dusty reds.

Wallstreet Wear includes a classical and formal style which overlaps business and private life and is interpreted by retro prints of textural effects, artfully highlighted by digital printing. Shades of sand and brown are broken by a matt pigment which gives the fabric a three-dimensional look and a surprising hand-feel.

New Opticals includes eclectic prints reminiscent of the 70’s style, black, and white and refined nuances for animated textural effects. Pattern melds with volume in geometric patterns inspired by urban buildings.

Eurojersey will present the evolution of digital printing through a technique that reproduces the yarn-dyed effect on sensitive fabrics, simulating a knitting dyed yarns construction already dyed. Drawing inspiration from the projects by Massimo Osti, by experimenting innovative textile treatments, Eurojersey will present the garment dyeing and cold washing technique on sensitive fabrics: finished garments are dyed in a colour bath before being washed, enabling them to retain their natural characteristics and to take on some unique colour nuances. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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