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Eurojersey unveils 20/21 Sensitive Fabrics lingerie trends

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Jun '19
Pic: Eurojersey
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Eurojersey has launched the lingerie FW 2020/21 collection of Sensitive Fabrics. The trends are interpreted in flowing, highly feminine lingerie garments in soft, sensual fabrics, which are comfortable as to feel like a second skin. Eurojersey manufactures warp-knitted fabrics, and offers fabrics for swimwear, sportswear, and ready to wear clothes.

Thanks to an on-going process of development and research, Sensitive Fabrics offer breathability, freshness, lightness and a delicate shaping effect. Suitable for manufacturing any lingerie garment, they dress and protect the body while conferring elegance and comfort, not to mention a unique sensation of wellbeing which makes them irreplaceable, according to Eurojersey.

Cocooning is a selection of prints that adorn Sensitive Fabrics with intricate floral patterns worked tone on tone that caress the body shape to create a harmonious silhouette and functional comfort. They are ultra-light fabrics for refined lingerie which fits like a second skin and supports the body in a colour palette played out in tones ranging from dusty pink, nude, and grey to brighter shades of red. Gold metallic pigments are combined with decorative effects for an intense and luminous mix accentuated by the Eco-print technique, a Eurojersey-patented technology which uses multi-coloured or plain coloured pigment to produce a glittery effect.

Delicacy and an impeccable fit characterise the Nocturne range of Sensitive Fabrics created for the production of elegant and sensual underwear and nightwear garments. A sophisticated graphic work of gemmed prints, highlighted by gem-effect jewel elements, which assumes nocturnal nuances; the spectrum of blues, dark greens, greys and black re-proportion the body lines and guarantee a natural shaping effect. The facets of a more pronounced seduction are interpreted in cool contrasting colours, teamed up with glittery mélange prints recalling Lurex effects and more daring designs such as animalier and python prints: a must-have in any irresistible lingerie collection.

Futurism is a line of Sensitive Fabrics designed for a dynamic and active lifestyle and developed with a new take on camouflage prints, all set to become the perfect lingerie collection for sports activities or for using as outerwear. Functionality and performance are the plus factors of an active lingerie collection which valourise the figure and its movements, combined with a colour palette played out in green, from the darkest to the brightest shades, alternated with micro-elements to make each garment a little work of art. Neither is there any lack of denim look-alike fabrics offset by animalier spots on a mesh effect ground, which add up to an increasingly contemporary style.

Urbans is an extremely breathable Sensitive Fabrics created for lingerie garments which may also be worn as outerwear and be part of a unisex project. Interwoven mélange textures and printed geometric micro patterns are teamed up with new perforated fabrics and presented in different styles and shades. From the eco-leather version to the combo of silver laminated fabrics. 3D-effect digital prints in shades of grey evoke urban buildings and colours to create captivating solutions. Graphic designs with an interlock effect enliven Sensitive Fabrics, resulting in a wider product offering to cater for a male target as well. (GK)

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