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Luxury Jersey shows NAL0064 fabric at Premiere Vision
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Feb '17
Luxury Jersey, a leading Italian company that produces high-quality knitted fabrics, has presented its new Luxury Jersey NAL0064 fabric, the ideal solution for the outerwear sector, made with EVO, the innovative bio-based yarn developed by Fulgar, the international leader in manmade fibres, at the Premiere Vision expo, from February 7 to 9, 2017, in France.

For the Spring-Summer 2018 collection, Luxury Jersey has chosen to draw on its long-established partnership with Fulgar, the Italian leader in the manufacture of man-made yarns, for the creation of its most recent product, NAL0064 made with EVO, the innovative bio-based yarn developed by Fulgar after years of research into the highest manufacturing, environmental and social engineering standards. EVO by Fulgar is made from castor oil derived from non-food plants that grow spontaneously. This totally renewable resource does not require large amounts of water or take up land that can otherwise be used for cultivating foodstuffs.

The new Luxury Jersey NAL0064 fabric fully reflects the product’s ethical philosophy, and its weight and finish make it the ideal solution for the outerwear sector.

Federico Boselli, general manager of Luxury Jersey said, “We base our production on reliability and cutting edge partners. Today’s great challenge is finding a partner that can work with us during the production stage, an ally that helps identify the best solution for meeting client needs. This is what distinguishes our long-standing collaboration with Fulgar, an Italian company known for investing in research and innovation, an organisation that now boasts the most advanced product in the field of materials and hi-tech fabrics derived from organic sources, the bio-based EVO yarn by Fulgar, which is both green and high-performance.” (GK)

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