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Textiles and synthetics news from our blog
A unique, patented, jacquard weaving technology, which makes it possible to seamlessly integrate functional and design weaving into a single sheet of material.
Texon, a global leader in sustainable footwear components, materials for consumer accessories and performance fabrics, has appointed Bryan Whitfield as its new Group Sales Director.
The research and update activities carried out by the company’s style office has resulted in the development of articles that are always in line with the international apparel and footwear trends
Transforming food waste into new textile fibres and reducing the environmental impact of fashion production with AGRALOOP Bio-Refinery, winner of H&M Foundation’s 3rd Global Change Award
Innovative GRS-certified recycled polyester uses a high-quality, made in Italy manufacturing process that turns plastic waste into a valuable resource
The Prato-based startup company, RIFÒ LAB was founded in 2017 with the aim of developing an alternative model of sustainable fashion, supported by technological innovation and able to offer a high-quality textile product, 100% made in Italy
The season’s styles and materials reflect a search for comfort and well-being and are infused with a soothing simplicity
The RE-TOUCH! Spring-Summer 2022 manifesto is an invitation to touch the surfaces of fabrics and accessories for a responsible and conscious reinterpretation of industrial production
Po.in.tex focuses on the most accurate involvement possible of all textile stakeholders, locally, nationally and internationally, through which it will develop relationships, projects and partnerships able to increase the competences of individual companies and the entire sector
The brand of sportswear and the multinational American leader in the production of products and solutions for the industry, including PPE, team up for a long-awaited collaboration that is inspired by design, presenting the very best 3M innovation applied to iconic sneakers like Force, Air Max, and Blazer
Italian Converter’s on a roll recycled leather with eco-friendly finishes.
The sustainable technology of the Austrian textile group together with Camper for a project based on sustainable Tencel™ Lyocell fibre
During Lineapelle Olians, Asoltex and Industria Chimica Mediterranea presented a shoe project made with recycled and recyclable components. A concrete look toward the future of sustainable footwear.
“We can change colour almost as fast as your mood swings”. Alteray Technology®, applies its all metal free own photochromic pigments, allowing fabrics, leathers and many other materials to change colour in sunlight or under UV rays.