Accessories products report

It’s already summer!

In the accessories world, there seems to be an expectation that spring will be very summery…between the frilly raffia, the featherlight crispiness of silvery lace and the shimmers of tropical paradises, there is an atmosphere of early vacation floating in the air and a desire for colour, lightness and good humour.

Eco-design is now a prerequisite; ecology is no longer talked of as a fashion trend. We prefer to get carried away by the imaginative efforts of exhibitors, as they will be asked to provide all the necessary guarantees anyway.

Recycling is a great solution for enjoying the advantages of plastic without the need for fossil fuels, and for injecting colour into buttons, buckles, beads and more without further polluting rivers. Meanwhile, vegan materials are making their presence felt in labels and decorations.

Technical and raw natural materials have become inseparable: no-one wants to turn their back on either modernity or nature. Accessories show us a possible reconciliation of these two extremes with promising blends of materials and techniques.

Adopting a millennial attitude, the show provides solutions for all market segments, without any class distinction. Whether we have a classic or streetwear, sporty or dressy style, creativity is the glue that binds us!

 

Buttons

Recycling is a major theme this season. Mottled, marbled or flecked, buttons made from recycled materials multiply their sparkly colours for a good cause.

 

 

 

ABM

Shapes are simple, even basic. Everything comes from the inventiveness of the materials used – fibres, polyester, coconut, fragments of stone, of plastic, dried petals…

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Cotton buttons from  Form Button

More sophisticated, shank buttons are transparent and filled with chatoyant highlights like a tiger’s eye.

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Embroidery

Hand embroidery is popular for three-dimensional compositions: flowers with raised petals; constructions made from tubular beads; padded designs. We move from geometric black, white, gold and crystal modernism to exuberant and colourful expressions of tropical paradise.

Allure export 

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Pariskrta 

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Meanwhile, in mechanical embroidery, high-relief and mixtures of techniques (velvet, beads, lamé, etc.) are in vogue, riding the wave of luxury streetwear which is looking for spectacular decorations for t-shirts and baseball caps.

LRT

 

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L&T Caps 

 

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Functional items

Anything that demonstrates advanced technicity is greatly appreciated; safety clasps, snap hooks, hiking drawstrings…

Retro-reflectives combine with neons to enhance their signalling powers.

Neon piping with a silver thread from Shindo

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Topp Italia : signalling drawstring 

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Sab : ergonomic sliders

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Fidlock : magnetic and mechanical buckles

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Technical buckles continue to be popular for urban wear in plain or marbled lacquered colours, as do coated zips.

Functional items are often the occasion to add a touch of colour or shine with lacquered technical buckles and coated zips.

We mustn’t forget shoulder pads, a discreet tailoring item that takes centre stage in the latest collections in a nod to the 1980s. Manufacturers are now making them in recycled materials.

BAP Chiusure Lampo

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Jewellery components

Recycled gold, untreated steel, traceability, harmlessness…visitors are asking for more and more guarantees about raw materials.

Sautoirs en corne chez Pacha

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While there is a demand for “nude” raw horn, lava or wood, in the name of a minimal environmental impact, the temptation for pairings that provide colour and a touch of fashion is strongly felt in two-tone mi-parti accessories, which combine natural and synthetic materials, metal, textiles, inclusions of all sorts and other aspects of recycling.

Pendants compete with bib necklaces, multi-layers and articulated plates. Crystals, mesh and fringes continue their trajectory. Embroidered jewellery (brooches, earrings, necklaces, etc.) also found success.

Animal-inspired embroidered earrings from Kelly J

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Destro group : Functional pendant

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Labels, tags and packaging

Between ecology and futurism, trends occupy both ends of the spectrum. To communicate the commitments of their brands, many companies are using biodegradable or recycled labels or items made from natural materials.

Ribbontex

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Vegan labels are increasingly prevalent, marking their difference with top-quality design, while the futurist trend is expressed in translucent, embossed, monochrome, mirrored or iridescent labels that are almost immaterial!

In all cases, elegance, finesse, and high-definition precision are the watchwords.

Silver embossed label from  Officina 3

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Micro-injection on elastic webbing from  Nilorn Belgium

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In line with the regulations on single-use plastic, packaging is turning to recycled, biodegradable and compostable materials.

 

Lace

Oscillating between a retro and ethnic influence, we find dry, crackly, cold and ultra-light lace, with raffia, transparent nylon and lamé as the stars of the season.

 

Crackly and web-like, the silvery lace from Sakura Lace  

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IInspired by early 20th century net, made from raffia

Nastrificio Albert Bonati

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Plastic and metal accessories

Wide belts are back: buckles are large with a simple C-shape design, or a new rectangular format. A minor western theme is expressed by turquoise-incrusted buckles.

 

Boucle Ri Me e Silvia Paoli

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Soocci

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Bag handles are very imaginative: large acrylic chains combined with velvet or silk scarf material, straps and woven cords mixed with large beads…

CDC

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Labam

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As for zips, we note how nylon versions subtly play with colours: teeth with coloured edges or stitching with contrasting thread.

 

Decorations

Originality is the name of the game in an area where is it is good to stand out. We decorate bags, shoes, t-shirts and baseball caps.

 “Mini bags” like key pouches are omnipresent, ready to be hung from a belt or from the main bag.

 

Mini bags from  Ardigo

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 Destro Group 

 

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Placed motifs are more sophisticated with reliefs and combinations of techniques

Eddy Ricami 

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Ink-jet pattern with high-frequency embossing

Destro Group

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Fur and feathers find their summer role in the form of accessories :

Fur laces from  Siozos

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Galeottipiume

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Textile accessories

Webbing hesitates between jacquard and screen-printing. The more ethnic versions favour woven patterns, the more realistic styles prefer prints with an additional surface shine, that may even be pearly.

 “Eyes” jacquard from Vostex 

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 “California” print from Ribbontex 

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The big winners of the season are raffia and macramé. We like to combine raw and technical styles in contrasting neutral and neon shades.

String and raffia braid from Toschi Pasamanerie

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Macramé Leonardo Frascaroli 

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They are innovating:

 

 

SAB : zip tape that is stain proof and wipeable!

 

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Sama : artificial material made from cactus; vegan materials are diversifying

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ABM : jewellery offcuts for buttons with slivers of precious gems

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Visa Fashion : buttons, jewellery and studs in Italian marble

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SCF : the result of the collaboration with Tzuri Gueta, a range of braid in silicon-coated lace

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Elite Label :semi-reflective transfers (at night only the tiger is visible, the background disappears)

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