On July 16th & 17th, leading international fabric, trim and denim suppliers will present more than 400 collections featuring their preview programs and current developments for the new Autumn.Winter 20/21 season.
Two inspiring trade fair days provide the textile industry with a valuable insight into current material innovations, colour trends and future-oriented qualities, with which they can get a head start for planning and designing new collections.
The focus for Autumn.Winter 20/21 is on expressive, distinct velvets, vinyls, reflective surfaces, cords, transparencies, batiks, jacquards, burnouts, new camouflage and leopard prints, as well as glitz and glamour in surprising colour combinations and in a diverse range of techniques. On the other hand, there is a new circular holistic approach which showcases bio-based or bio-engineered materials, new alternative qualities and the revitalization of recycling and post-consumer waste. Sustainability is set to reach an entirely new dimension.
This has been determined through discussions with weaving mills and producers, dressmakers, design teams and buyers. There is a rethinking throughout all sectors and stages of the textile and fashion industry. It’s about sustainability, conscious consumption, resource saving processes, efficiency and quality. An important part of this is the ubiquitous topic of digitizing materials. Properly developed and established, it promises both more sustainable and more efficient process solutions across the entire value chain, especially in design.
For the first time, a selection of ReSource articles will be presented at VIEW Premium Selection, enabling the early sourcing of sustainable and ecologically certified fabrics and trims. The latest material innovations include those from Dutel Creation, Bornemann Etiketten, Yilmaz Tekstil and Tejidos Royo.
New providers at VIEW are Alfa Fi Lematex, Bolognini, Eurostuffs, Eurotessile, Giolica, Lan. Cipriani, Lan. Guasti, Lan. Nova Fides, Leathertex- Lenzi Egisto, Manifattura the Carmignano, Mario Cambi & G, Texlover, and TGM International, from Italy, Yagi from Japan, Kipas Denim from Turkey and Escher Textil from Germany, among others.