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Teijin to showcase new fabrics at Premiere Vision Paris
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Jan '17
Courtesy: Teijin Group
Courtesy: Teijin Group
Teijin Frontier Co. Ltd., the Teijin Group’s fibre product converting company, has announced that it will showcase fabrics made from Solotex and Deltapeak and a selected portfolio of Spring/Summer 2018 materials at Première Vision, a major event for global fashion-industry professionals that will be held in Paris from February 7 – 9, 2017.

The company’s booth at the fair, Teijintex by Teijin Frontier (stand: 6K13), will feature the new materials that are developed with advanced post-processing, spinning and yarn-processing methods.

Solotex, a polytrimethylene terephthalate fibre, is soft, stretchable, shape retaining, dimensionally stable and accepts bright coloring thanks to its molecular structure. A variety of appealing all-purpose fashion materials will be exhibited, including fabric made with glossy Solotex and hybrid blends incorporating additional fibers. Partially bio-derived Solotex is also an environmentally friendly choice for the future.

The next-generation Deltapeak polyester fabric combines excellent physical properties with high levels of functionality and quality. Thanks to its dense, flat-knit surface, it is a wonderfully multifunctional material that is highly evaluated by global sports-apparel brands. The booth will present many varieties of Deltapeak, including glossy, high-tense fabrics made with advanced post-processing and high-function nylon-based fabric for athleisure-type fashionwear.

Première Vision Paris, held twice yearly, is forecasting some 60,000 visitors and nearly 1,900 exhibiting companies. By participating in the show, Teijin Frontier aims to increase its presence in Europe and continue growing its global business. (KD)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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