Reflection of market with perspective solutions and a concept portfolio geared to future
The 44th Munich Fabric Start which concluded recently, set another milestone. The focus of the entire textile and fashion industry lay in Munich. More than 1,800 collections from international fabrics and accessories suppliers were showcased.
New technologies, innovative sustainable materials, special dyeing and finishing processes, shine, colour and prints are the tendencies and, at the same time, a plea for rich fabrics in Spring.Summer 19. A definite among the fashion favourites for the next summer season is the range of intensive colours, translated into new nuances. Combined with shine, from iridescent and Lurex and lamè through to lacquered finishes.
Offering great potential are current developments and innovations in the field of sustainability that serves a huge spectrum of smart solutions and natural processes. Awareness of natural production methods and resource saving is growing noticeably along the sector’s entire valueadded chain. Numerous approaches from recycling and closed-loop systems through to natural dyeing processes form further focal points which are further developed and feature an ever wider and heavier weighting on the market.
The investment in a progressive format consistently pursued by Munich Fabric Start is paying off. The platform for product presentation, innovation and interaction through to technical process solutions is understood and brings great traction. “Our declared aim is to develop our pioneering role as an innovative trade fair, to intensify our commitment, to support our partners with the ever more demanding and complex tasks, to supply input and initiate partnerships,” Wolfgang Klinder, Managing Director Munich Fabric Start….