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Survey of the European Fabric Fairs for Autumn/Winter 2016/17

  • ID: 3617288
  • January 2016
  • Region: Europe
  • 30 pages
  • Textiles Intelligence
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Europe Remains a Prime Source of High Quality Fabrics for the Global Fashion Industry

The latest update in this series of reports summarises the trends which were on show at the European fabric fairs for the autumn/winter 2016/17 season. The author of the report visited Munich Fabric Start, Première Vision Fabrics and Milano Unica where she interviewed exhibitors and found out first-hand which trends were proving to be the most popular. Europe remains a prime source of high quality fabrics for the global fashion industry. Indeed, considerable creative skills have been employed to produce fabrics with added value and excitement.

A wide variety of decorative techniques and finishes were on display at the fairs – including appliqué, burn-out printing, embroidery, overprinting and laser cutting. Fabrics with a woolly touch are important for the season, as are velvets made from a variety of fibres. Pattern and print are important in all fabrics, and prominent designs include florals, geometric shapes and motifs inspired by folk and nature.

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SUMMARY

FABRIC FAIRS
Timing
Trading conditions
Milano Unica
Munich Fabric Start
Fabrics
The Bluezone
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The next Munich Fabric Start
Première Vision Fabrics
Texworld

FABRIC TRENDS
Pattern and print
Wools and tweeds
Jersey fabrics for tailoring
Shirtings

List of tables
Table 1: Leading European fabric fairs for autumn/winter 2016/17 and spring/summer 2017

List of figures
Figure 1: Printed velvet fabric at Première Vision Fabrics
Figure 2: Printed velvet fabric at Première Vision Fabrics
Figure 3: Jacquard and embroidered fabrics at Première Vision Fabrics
Figure 4: Brushed wool fabric and quilted effect fabrics at Milano Unica
Figure 5: Devoré velvet at Première Vision Fabrics
Figure 6: Flock printed fabric at Première Vision Fabrics
Figure 7: Printed carpet inspired design at Première Vision Fabrics
Figure 8: Printed carpet inspired design at Première Vision Fabrics
Figure 9: Printed floral fabric at Première Vision Fabrics
Figure 10: Printed paisley pattern with floral design at Première Vision Fabrics
Figure 11: Jacquard fabrics at Première Vision Fabrics
Figure 12: Engineered jacquard designs at Milano Unica
Figure 13: Jacquard fabrics by Dutel Création at Milano Unica
Figure 14: Printed fabrics by Ratti at Première Vision Fabrics
Figure 15: Silk cloqué jacquards by Henry Bertrand at Première Vision Fabrics
Figure 16: Woven fancy “Chanel” type tweeds at Première Vision Fabrics
Figure 17: Jersey wool fabric for tailoring by Dondi Jersey at Milano Unica
Figure 18: Jersey fabric imitating a woven check by O’Jersey at Milano Unica
Figure 19: Printed sportswear fabrics at Première Vision Fabrics
Figure 20: Shirtings by Albiate 1830 at Milano Unica Shirt Avenue

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