Sustainability remained a pivotal talking point at trade show Milano Unica, which closed on Thursday.
The international textile trade show will run in Milan this week.
For many Italian spinners, 2018 kicked off on a high note, boosted by exportations that overall grew 5.5 percent in the first quarter.
The increasing cost of raw fibers, currency fluctuations and U.S. import tariffs won’t stop spinners’ positive approach to the textile trade show.
Visitor numbers fell to 1,400 at the two-day event, held at the Parc Floral de Paris.
The company, controlled by the Marzotto Group, is among the six Italian textile firms to obtain the ISO 14001 certification.
Bigger isn’t always better, but the Intertextile Shanghai trade show is growing bigger as its customer base demands better-quality product.
Designers cited an amped up push on sustainable fabrics, while Première Vision Paris presented an enlarged Wearable Lab Village.
Soft fabrications and modern evolutions on shine were among the other ruling fabric trends at the Première Vision Paris and Texworld Paris shows.
Propelled by the increasing cost of raw fibers, yarn makers are opting for innovative blends and treatments to beat the competition.