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This story first appeared in the July 21, 2009 issue of WWD. Subscribe Today.
New York textiles week kicked off July 14 with a few sweet announcements — from a partnership between Première Vision and the CFDA to a full-on runway show in the upcoming Milano Unica exhibition. Still, the fabrics were the real scoop. On the menu for fall 2010: a little bit of everything. The cream of the fabric crop ran the gamut — from artsy and innovative to tried and true — as mills and textile designers balanced smart business with creativity.
Pictured, top row: Cotton from Somelos Tejidos; silk from Tanushree Exports; cotton and cashmere from Lanificio Fratelli Ormezzano SpA. Middle row: Cashmere and silk from Plus Quam Cadena; wool, nylon, rayon, linen and mohair from Lanificio Campore SAS; Ultra’s wool, silk and nylon. Bottom row: Polyester, cotton and wool from J.B. Bernard France; silk from Teseo SpA; Ratti Donna’s wool, silk, polyster and nylon.