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Teijin Frontier debuts next-gen fabrics at Paris
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Sep '15
Teijin Frontier, the fibre product converting company of Teijin Group, has debuted at Premiere Vision Paris, a three-day event scheduled to go on till September 17, 2015, according to the company's press release.

On display at Teijin Frontier's booth no 6E26 are next generation fabrics like Solotex and Deltapeak, along with a selected portfolio for autumn/winter 2016-2017 developed using processing technologies, from prominent fabric manufacturing districts in Japan.

The company's objective of participating in an event like Premiere Vision Paris, a big event for global fashion professionals, is to expand its business in Europe and increase awareness of its comfortable and trendy materials.

Earlier in August this year, Teijin Frontier also displayed Solotex and Deltapeak at Outdoor Retailer Summer Market 2015 at Salt Lake City, US.

Solotex, an exceptionally soft, highly stretchable, shape retaining, durable and available in vivid colours, is being showcased at the booth in Paris. Different hybrid products which blend with Solotex and other natural and synthetic fibres are also being displayed.

The company is also showing another fabric, Deltapeak, a highly functional polyester fabric, which is also soft, durable, and has high elasticity, at the event.  The fabric also offers ultraviolet protection and anti-transparency. Also on show is knit fabric with textile like appearance and other varieties of Deltapeak fabrics for fashion use. (HO)

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