Biodiversity: the next step towards sustainable fashion
Improving their impact on biodiversity will be the urgent new aim that fashion brands and other ready-to-wear retailers must pursue. At least, this is what the “Biodiversity: The next frontier in sustainable fashion report from the firm McKinsey & Company reveals. Here’s how.
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Long Advance’s innovative fabrics
Presented in our Kids SS22 and Sport SS22 books, which are already available, Long Advance fabrics are establishing themselves as materials of choice for sports and outdoor apparel.
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THE SUMMER’S BEAUTY ESSENTIALS
Summer has well and truly arrived and the beauty world is buzzing. It’s the time of year when we are out in the sun more than usual. Brands are increasingly vigilant about informing consumers about the importance of protecting their skin.
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Asia given pride of place during Paris Fashion Week Online
While men’s fashion week exceptionally took place behind closed digital doors, a handful of Asian designers successfully stood out from the rest with attractive style suggestions.
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A new method for simulating models of yarns and fabrics
An ongoing problem, modelling woven and knitted fabrics today still remains a complex challenge that requires sophisticated computer simulation. The issue at stake? Demonstrating how a fabric drapes or moves when worn or the stiffness and stretch of the individual yarn.
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Digital fashion and virtual shows: an overview of the new pace of fashion
As Paris closes its first 100% digital haute couture Fashion Week, we take a look at what fashion has in store for us in this “new world”.
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Our selection of shoes made in France from recycled, eco-friendly materials
In line with the trend for recycled and eco-friendly materials presented in our Sport SS22 and Kids SS22 Books, particularly our article on this blog dedicated to Seaqual, the extraordinary fabric created using waste recovered from the sea, we are now turning our attention to three shoe brands made in France, whose materials give pride of place to upcycling and environmental protection.
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Our selection of beauty trends for summer 2020
This summer, we’re getting away from it all via beauty… We have a strong desire for natural make-up and a bronzed complexion, even more so post-Covid.
The beauty world is continuing its upward move towards being green and eco-friendly, but for summer 2020 this nude aspect is nonetheless set off with a few eccentricities.
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Given the lockdown, the coronavirus crisis has led us to rethink and question the way we dress, foreshadowing the arrival of new style paradigms that are a far remove from the concept of trends, blending a casual style and eco-friendliness.
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Gipitex: Quality weaving specialist
A key player on the European textile market, Gipitex stands out with fabrics blending synthetic and natural fibres, dyed or ready-to-dye, all of exceptional quality.
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