A lively blend of the latest trends in athleisure and sustainability, next season’s beachwear directions are expressed in all-new looks and fabrics, combining technical sophistication and respect for the environment, fantasy and colour…
Penn Italia offers laser-cut knits and laminated fabrics that rely on the seductive appeal of lace and the comfort of ultra-soft, breathable and quick-drying fabrics.
Brugnoli rounds out its range of Explosive by Brugnoli® performance fabrics – perfect fit, breathable and quick-drying – with extra-flat jacquard-patterned fabrics (ExtraJacquard by Brugnoli®) that give free rein to fantasy, for total looks that carry swimwear motifs onto airy trousers and go-anywhere beach shirts with ultra-feminine details. Brugnoli is also committed to a sustainable approach, thanks to its Brecycled (pre-consumer recycled polyamide), Br4® (bio-based polyamide) and B/back (accelerated biodegradability polyamide) product ranges.
Savyon variety of textures, patterns and macramé to give technological fabrics a handmade look and focuses on sustainable yarns such as biodegradable Soul Eco nylon.
Inplet Pletiva, for its part, is revamping its beachwear offering – from solid-coloured fabrics to powernets, mesh, elastic jacquards and knitwear – with metallic effects that add a touch of sparkle to camouflage and geometric motifs. The company is also putting Kuraray technology, using polyvinyl alcohol gel beads waste-water treatment processes, in place not only for the company, but also for its neighbouring villages.
At Sedatex, fabrics incorporating recycled Eco-Vero yarns and quick-drying featherweight bases in PA and PE are enriched with geometric motifs inspired by Spanish modernism (Barcelona collection), narrative micro-patterns inspired by beach-living (Micro-beach), and even motifs celebrating the planet right down to their decoration (Save the Ocean).
Much more than just a passing trend, sustainability has always been the keystone of Tessitura Taiana Virgilio‘s corporate philosophy. Forging a green path right down to the choice of raw materials, this Italian company relies heavily on polyamides derived from castor oil (the sporty Stream range) and New Life™ recycled polyesters (Golfo and Laguna collections) for its new beachwear collections.
Comfort, seduction or ecology, why choose when you can have it all?