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The latest update in this series of reports summarises the trends which were on show at the European fabric fairs for the spring/summer 2015 season. Despite Europe's continuing economic difficulties, the mood at the fairs was positive and optimistic. The author of the report visited Munich Fabric Start, Première Vision and Milano Unica where she interviewed exhibitors and found out first-hand which trends are proving to be the most popular. The atmosphere at the fairs was busy and positive, due largely to a strong presence on the part of buyers from outside Europe who were interested in high quality, technically advanced fabrics. Demand for high quality fabrics from Europe among Chinese buyers remains high, despite concern among European manufacturers regarding the state of the Chinese economy.
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European manufacturers have concentrated their efforts on producing fabrics which combine creativity with lightness and airiness. To achieve these characteristics, they are using spacer fabrics which are manufactured using specialist warp knitting machines. Cotton remains the most important fibre for the season, and is being used in light woven and knitted fabrics, as well as in a variety of weave constructions. Also, lace is being used in unexpected ways.
Table of Contents
Munich Fabric Start
Silks and silky types
Pattern and print
Outerwear linens, cottons and wools
List of Tables
Table 1: Leading European fabric fairs for spring/summer 2015 and autumn/winter 2015/16
List of Figures
Figure 1: A spacer fabric on display at Première Vision
Figure 2: A spacer fabric on display at Première Vision
Figure 3: A reversible bonded fabric on display at Première Vision
Figure 4: Fabrics in 1950s floral designs on display at Première Vision
Figure 5: Fabrics with weft stitch effects on display at Première Vision
Figure 6: A sequined fabric on display at Première Vision
Figure 7: A lace fabric on display at Première Vision
Figure 8: Embroidered fabric with appliqué on display at Milano Unica
Figure 9: Embroidered fabric on display at Première Vision
Figure 10: Cloqué jacquard fabric on display at Première Vision
Figure 11: Henry Bertrand: layered voile fabrics and jacquards
Figure 12: Caverni & Gramigny: fabric printed with old fashioned floral design
Figure 13: Cavalleri: decorative fabrics
Figure 14: Taiana Virgilio: printed fabrics
Figure 15: Ratti Shirting: printed shirting fabrics
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