By  on July 16, 2019

MILAN — Exhibitors at the 29th edition of the Milano Unica textile trade show were blunt as they noted business in the first months of 2019 has been underperforming, dented by geopolitical uncertainties, soaring prices for raw materials and the casualization trend.

The three-day event, which closed here on July 11, spotlighted innovation in both products and processes. Innovation was also seen as the real driver for a more sustainable approach to business at Milano Unica, where stretch and performance fabrics stood out among the key trends.

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