The company will put stylised petals and the 1970s geometric patterns on display on trendy materials such as velvet, jacquard and dévoré at the show. The new collection ranges from a theme with a masculine inspiration to micro geometries, in which simple two-colour patterns as well as rhythmic and tone plays are used to create a fluid and sculpture-inspired 3D effect.
Sublitex, Miroglio Textile's transfer printing company, implemented its technology for transfer printing products that are intended to be used for fashion, sportswear, leatherwear and home furnishing. Miroglio Textile says that it implements cutting-edge printing technologies that reduce the use of water from a minimum of 50 per cent on natural fibres (from an LCA study validated by ICEA) up to 100 per cent in sublimation printing.
The Italian company is active in 80 different countries and has recently opened its activity to leading operators in the e-commerce sector. (KD)
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