MILAN — Vendors at the recent Moda In textile trade fair emphasized warm, traditional fabrics for fall-winter 2003-2004, in an effort to instill a sense of comfort.
They started by processing traditional fabrics of the season in non-traditional ways. Wool was washed, dyed and mixed with cotton; cotton was used like carded wool and silk took on a casual look. Classic patterns, such as plaid flannels, tweeds and hound’s-tooth checks were produced in micro and macro sizes. Wool was mated with silk, knitted fabrics with wovens and tweed paired with tulle, giving buyers a wide range of choices.
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