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European yarn and fabric fairs for autumn/winter 2015/16

発行 Textiles Intelligence 商品コード 321199
出版日 ページ情報 英文 47 Pages
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欧州のヤーンとファブリックの見本市 European yarn and fabric fairs for autumn/winter 2015/16
出版日: 2014年12月08日 ページ情報: 英文 47 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、欧州のヤーン(糸)とファブリック(繊維)の見本市について調査分析し、その概要と取引状況に焦点を当てて、2015/2016年の秋/冬向けのヤーンとファブリックの主要動向について、体系的な情報を提供しています。

サマリー

ヤーンの見本市

  • Filo
  • Pitti Immagine Filati
  • Expofil

ニットウェア用ヤーンの動向:Pitti Immagine Filati

  • 概要
  • ファインウールと高級繊維
  • 冬向けコットン

ニット・織物用ヤーンの動向:Expofil

  • 概要
  • 繊維の発展動向

ファブリックの見本市

  • 貿易状況
  • Milano Unica
  • Munich Fabric Start
  • Premiere Vision
  • Texworld

ファブリックの動向

  • ボリュームとレリーフ
  • アウター:ウールとツイード、
  • パイル生地:ベルベットと毛皮
  • ジャージ生地
  • シルクとシルキー:パターンとプリント
  • シャツ生地

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目次
Product Code: 978-1-849784-40-5

In this report, Philippa Watkins provides an overview of the key European yarn and fabric fairs, discusses trading conditions and presents a detailed analysis of the key yarn and fabric trends for autumn/winter 2015/16. The atmosphere at the European yarn fairs was brisk, reflecting the strength of knitwear as a fashion item and the high quality and originality of the Italian yarn industry. The basic ingredients of collections for the season are fine wool, and the luxury fibres alpaca, cashmere and mohair. Of these, cashmere remains popular but alpaca is cheaper and has become more fashionable. Yarn colours for autumn/winter 2015/16 are light in tone, and based around natural wool or alpaca colours in whites and creams. Spinners are also offering blues in line with the popularity of denim and indigo. There was also a positive atmosphere at the European fabric fairs as buyers from around the world were attracted by the high quality craftsmanship, creativity and innovation of European fabric manufacturers. Première Vision remains the most important European fabric fair but smaller fairs are gaining in importance. Manufacturers are increasingly using environmentally friendly manufacturing and finishing techniques, including digital printing and plasma finishing to reduce water usage. Key fabric design trends include a traditional "heritage" aesthetic, richly textured pile fabrics, printed shirting fabrics and highly decorative silky fabrics. Also, many fabrics have a stiffness or body to them, allowing them to hold a shape.

Table of Contents

List of contents

SUMMARY

YARN FAIRS

  • Filo
  • Pitti Immagine Filati
  • Expofil

TRENDS IN YARNS FOR KNITWEAR AT PITTI IMMAGINE FILATI

  • Overview
  • Colour
  • Fine wools and luxury fibres
  • Cottons for winter

TRENDS IN YARNS FOR KNITTING AND WEAVING AT EXPOFIL

  • Overview
  • Fibre developments

FABRIC FAIRS

  • Trading conditions
  • Milano Unica
  • Munich Fabric Start
  • Première Vision
  • Texworld

FABRIC TRENDS

  • Rounded volume and relief
  • Outerwear: wools and tweeds
  • Pile fabrics: velvets and furs
  • Jersey fabrics
  • Silks and silky types: pattern and print
  • Shirting fabrics

List of tables

  • Table 1: Leading European yarn fairs for autumn/winter 2015/16 and spring/summer 2016
  • Table 2: Leading European fabric fairs for autumn/winter 2015/16 and spring/summer 2016
  • European yarn and fabric fairs for autumn/winter 2015/16

List of figures

  • Figure 1: Pitti Immagine Filati: knitted samples in the Spazio Ricerca
  • Figure 2: Pitti Immagine Filati: garments shown at Denim Italiano - Italian Denim Makers
  • Figure 3: Knitted sample in wool yarns from Millefili
  • Figure 4: Knitted samples in cashmere yarns from Loro Piana
  • Figure 5: Knitted fancy mohair yarns from Ilaria
  • Figure 6: Knitted bouclé mohair yarns from Filpucci
  • Figure 7: Knitted samples with metallic and printed yarns from Millefili
  • Figure 8: Knitted samples in mohair and wool yarns from Millefili
  • Figure 9: Knitted fine mohair and merino yarns from Filpucci
  • Figure 10: Knitted garment in fancy cotton blend yarns in fur effect from Filarc
  • Figure 11: Twisted cashmere yarns from Todd & Duncan
  • Figure 12: Tweed cashmere yarns from Todd & Duncan
  • Figure 13: Knitted alpaca yarns from Michell
  • Figure 14: Knitted Kimono from Lanificio Dell'Olivo
  • Figure 15: Knitted samples from Lanificio Dell'Olivo
  • Figure 16: Jacquard knitted samples in cotton and wool blends from Iafil
  • Figure 17: Llama fibre promoted by SIPPO: knitted samples
  • Figure 18: Llama fibre promoted by SIPPO: knitted glove
  • Figure 19: The Japan Observatory at Milano Unica
  • Figure 20: Reversible embossed scuba from Inseta
  • Figure 21: Reversible spacer fabric and laser cut fabric
  • Figure 22: British fabrics displayed at Première Vision
  • Figure 23: Faux fur fabric from Girmes
  • Figure 24: Jersey fabric from Dondi
  • Figure 25: Sequin embroidered design displayed at Première Vision
  • Figure 26: Jacquard with wool weft and lace design displayed at Première Vision
  • Figure 27: Printed velvet from Mantero
  • Figure 28: Silk honeycomb fabric from Mantero
  • Figure 29: Fabrics from Henry Bertrandn
  • Figure 30: Print designs in Ratti's RCollection
  • Figure 31: Floral printed shirtings from Testa
  • Figure 32: Printed shirtings from Ratti
  • Figure 33: Landscape printed shirting design from Taiana
  • Figure 34: Flock printed denim shirting from Albiate
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