;
Home / Knowledge / News / Textiles / Tintex to show Autumn/Winter collection at Premiere Vision

Tintex to show Autumn/Winter collection at Premiere Vision

11
Sep '18
Courtesy: Tintex
Courtesy: Tintex
Tintex, a fabrics maker of naturally advanced and responsibly crafted jersey fabrics designed to activate the contemporary fashion, sports, and lingerie markets, is set to present its Autumn/Winter 19/20 collection at the Premiere Vision Paris, in booth 5N56 5P57. The global event for fashion professionals will be held from September 19-21, 2018, in Paris.

The company will launch Naturally Clean, an exceptional smart finishing process that is uniquely responsible. Naturally Clean enhances the natural beauty of cotton, takes a cost- effective modern approach to eliminate aggressive treatments, and optimises clean surfaces, vivid colours, providing an exquisitely smooth hand-feel.

Naturally Clean achieves this by using Novozymes technology, a world leader in biological solutions. Second, using textile chemicals with the lowest possible environmental impact, without compromising performance, from Beyond Surface Technologies. Naturally Clean maintains the original characteristics for an extended period of time. All materials are Oeko-Tex and soon Bluesign certified, thus eliminating harmful substances, according to a press release.

Tintex’ Autumn/Winter 19/20 collection includes vibrant tones, refreshing turquoise, and electric green, light and warm copper with chocolate browns that connect the natural and spiritual in an extra-sensorial universe.

The company will show a new generation of cotton like GOTS certified organic cotton, Supima cotton, and Ecotec by Marchi & Fildi, the smart cotton that saves up to 77.9 per cent water consumption and introduces the concept of a circular economy.

Tintex will present SeaCell and Smartcel. These are produced using the Lyocell process in a closed loop with no chemicals released as waste. The patented process of SeaCell allows that the positive properties of the seaweed are permanently preserved within the fibre, even after multiple washing cycles. Smartcel includes the essential trace element zinc providing anti-inflammatory capabilities.

Refibra by Lenzing technology that involves upcycling a substantial proportion of cotton scraps, for example, from garment production, in addition to wood pulp, where the raw material is transformed to produce new Tencel Lyocell fibre to make fabrics and garments, will also be seen at the at expo.

Asahi Kasei will display Bemberg, a new generation GRS certified material, made from cotton linters, with a biodegradability certification by Innovhub. It is a matchless, high tech natural material, with a special hand-feel and aesthetics.

Roica by Asahi Kasei will also be seen at the expo. It has a percentage of pre-consumer recycled content that is more than 50 per cent, and thanks to this, it has been GRS (Global Recycled Standard) certified.
Roica CF is a premium stretch innovative yarn offering a real and durable ‘new natural’ active smart odour neutraliser solution to every wearer, thanks to the fact that its active ingredient is locked inside the yarn. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


Must ReadView All

Government notifies 207 HSN Codes as technical textiles

Textiles | On 19th Jan 2019

Government notifies 207 HSN Codes as technical textiles

The government of India has notified 207 HSN Codes as technical...

Two US senators introduce Cambodian Trade Act of 2019 bill

Apparel/Garments | On 19th Jan 2019

Two US senators introduce Cambodian Trade Act of 2019 bill

Two US senators recently introduced the Cambodian Trade Act of 2019...

Rwanda to open silk factory in Kigali in Feb

Textiles | On 19th Jan 2019

Rwanda to open silk factory in Kigali in Feb

Rwanda will open a new silk factory in February at the Kigali Special ...

Interviews View All

Arvind Saraf, Triveni Sarees

Arvind Saraf
Triveni Sarees

e-Commerce is still evolving fast with constant flux and surprises

Top executives, Textile industry

Top executives
Textile industry

Textile institutes need to change their curriculum

Office bearers, Textile industry

Office bearers
Textile industry

There might be negative impact on garment exports

Luciano Sardini,

Luciano Sardini

A consolidated reality in Italy and internationally, IMA Spa is well-known ...

Farheen B Rahman & Priti Jain,

Farheen B Rahman & Priti Jain

Founded by business-designer duo <b>Priti Jain and Farheen Rahman</b>,...

Manoj Sorathiya,

Manoj Sorathiya

Surat-based Sunrise Imports &amp; Exports Co is a manufacturer and...

Davide Vigano, Sensoria

Davide Vigano
Sensoria

Sensoria is a leading developer of smart garments and IoMe (Internet of...

Iago Castro Asensio, RCfil Distribuciones S.L.

Iago Castro Asensio
RCfil Distribuciones S.L.

Iago Castro Asensio, International Business Manager of RCfil...

Paige Mullis, Glen Raven Inc

Paige Mullis
Glen Raven Inc

Paige Mullis discusses the expansion plans of Glen Raven Inc in India, and ...

Vaanee Bhatia, Gritstones Clothing

Vaanee Bhatia
Gritstones Clothing

<div>Delhi-based Gritstones Clothing offers quality and exemplary style...

Divvya and Nidhhi Gambhir, Walnut

Divvya and Nidhhi Gambhir
Walnut

<b>Divvya and Nidhhi Gambhir</b> started their career with the launch of...

Bani Batra,

Bani Batra

Bani Batra’s couture wedding collection is inspired by traditional Indian...

Press Release

Press Release

Letter to Editor

Letter to Editor

RSS Feed

RSS Feed

Submit your press release on


editorial@fibre2fashion.com

Letter To Editor






(Max. 8000 char.)

Search Companies





SEARCH

Leave your Comments


January 2019

Subscribe today and get the latest update on Textiles, Fashion, Apparel and so on.

news category


Related Categories:

Advanced Search