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Sensil to display sustainable fabrics at European shows

Nov '19
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Sensil will showcase a special collection of fabrics and garments at the top European shows - Performance Days and MarediModa - in November. Sensil’s premium Nylon 6.6 apparel fabrics are made in water- and energy-conscious facilities with responsibly sourced materials and are known for performance, beauty, and longevity for remarkable apparel products.

MarediModa is to be held during November 5-7 in Cannes, Performance Days is to be held during November 13-14 in Munich.

Sensil is Nilit’s premium Nylon 6.6 brand for apparel. Nilit is a leading global producer of premium Nylon 6.6 fashion and performance fibres.

Sensil’s spread of products will include fabrics and garments that utilise EcoCare which is made with recycled polymer. EcoCare replaces virgin resources with high-quality recycled materials for fabrics that are more environmentally responsive. There will also be Sensil Breeze Recycled, the newest environmentally-friendly fabric in development at Nilit, and a full collection of commercial and concept development garments that represents today’s most important trends in fabric and apparel design.

At MarediModa, sustainable Sensil performance fabrics for swim, intimates, and athleisure will be on display. There will be Sweetsour by Isabella Storani and Van Veen Grab as well as Sensil EcoCare fabrics created by Lemar, Maglificio Ripa, Eusebio, and Wegal Tricotel.

At Performance Days, Judy Russell, Nilit’s global marketing strategist, will speak on “Satisfying the Consumer Who Has Everything (But Wants More)”. The talk will explore millennials’ and Gen Z’s quest for convenience, comfort, style, performance, and sustainability, and the dramatic impact that mission is having on the apparel industry. She will share how successful brands and retailers are attracting these consumers and outline what the apparel industry must do to survive and thrive in this new normal.

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