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Textiles and synthetics news from our blog
The well-established textile company promotes and participates in various initiatives organised by the academic world, including the “Career Card” project managed by the Aldo Galli Academy of Fine Arts.
London, NY, Paris and Milan… the new S/S 2021 collection of fabrics for high-end footwear and leather goods.
The importance of respecting environment and people, a topic currently on everyone’s lips, has long been at the centre of the strategies of the Marche-based group.
Booster is the optimal climbing shoe for precision climbing, made with an innovative over-injected microfibre of small ceramic spheres.
The sustainable evolution of the insole leads to a shoe with a lower environmental impact.
Based on the award-winning and efficient closed-cycle production process of the standard TENCEL™ Lyocell fibre, the REFIBRA™ technology is Lenzing’s first step to contribute to the circular economy in the textile sector.
Siretessile presents itself at Lineapelle with important innovations in the field of fabrics and bonded technical fabrics for footwear: recycled fabrics and conductive materials for insoles
A prestigious textile brand from Como, Tessitura Attilio Imperiali presents itself at Lineapelle with a collection that prioritizes aesthetic and material innovation, alongside sustainability
Sport as a bridge between performance and fashion in search of new style hybrids
Accoppiatura di Asolo – Asoltex replies to the growing demand for eco-friendly and recycled items with the new family of breathable recycled polyurethane-based agglomerations, which stands out for its high humidity absorption.
The new high-performance fabric offers the highest level of performance in terms of abrasion resistance, toughness, lightness and flexibility.
Soft and pale, the hot proposals ride the always vital winter fur trend.
Since 1976, Siretessile has been in the field studying the best solutions for its customers, creating and developing technical fabrics for winter and other kinds of footwear.
We asked three leading manufacturers of knitting and fabric machines - Santoni, Shima Seiki and STOLL – to illustrate the present and future of the knitted upper.