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Eurojersey unveils fabric suited for shapewear & swimwear
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Jun '15
Eurojersey, a producer of unique patented sensitive fabrics has launched the new Sensitive Sculpt Light, an innovative technical fabric best suited for shapewear, sportswear and swimwear.

“With high compression power and unparalleled lightness, Sensitive Sculpt Light guarantees perfect fit and maximum freedom of movement, ensuring absolute comfort,” a Eurojersey press release informs.

“The elasticity of Sensitive Sculpt Light is particularly suitable for garments that shape without binding, following the body's natural line,” the fabric manufacturer adds.

According to Eurojersey, the fabric stands out for its ability to sculpt a harmonious and balanced silhouette, while providing a pleasant feeling of wellbeing.

“Lightness combined with support and extraordinary comfort offer unrivalled features not yet provided by any other fabric in its category,” it informs.

For the fabric, Eurojersey has chosen the innovation of Lycra, whose 41 per cent content in the fabric guarantees both, uniform robustness and lightness, comfortable elasticity, and incredible softness.

It is characterised by excellent fit and shape retention, and combines effective shaping with maximum comfort.

The Italian company further adds that the ultra-flat surface of the fabric enables adoption of latest processing techniques, such as contouring, ultrasounds, laser cutting and heat-sealed taping.

“This helps create a body-mapping effect and provide a perfectly flat and uniform look, resulting in garments reflecting freedom of movement and elegant, sculpted lines,” it explains. (AR)

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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