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Textures and finishes mutate, as ‘less is more’ becomes the mantra, but there is actually more to it than meets the eye. We are going back to our textile roots, starting over again with a little help from today’s new technical front. A strong natural mood resonates throughout this direction as an airy and micro porous surfaces compete with subtle slub effects and visual aspects. Organic textures ripple across single and double jersey in a variety of sustainable blends. Generous volumes enhance the look, through to soft touch plush appeals in the form of stretch velvet and French terry with a raw finish.

The touch and optical aspect is very natural, raw and original in touch, varying from micro to macro. There’s a determined irregularity that brings a unique aspect to fabrics, a trend still being pursued by consumers. Brushed and sueded surfaces, deliberately disheveled structures. An abstract appeal features through openwork jacquard knits and moth-eaten jersey achieved through drop stitch effects. This sense on renewal and rebirth reflects on fabrics as natural, recycled synthetics and sustainable fibers feature, perfect to be teamed with creora® eco H-550.


  • · creora® eco H-550 low heat settable perfect for the natural and sustainable story
  • · creora®black for grainy aspects against lighter tones in marl and mélange effects


  • · Cotton
  • · Recycled cotton
  • · Cellulosics viscose, Tencel®, modal
  • · Recycled synthetics – regen™ recycled polyester and MIPAN® regen™ recycled nylon
  • · Natural slub yarns from linen and raw silk
  • · Bi colored chiné yarns
  • · Merino wool – natural thermal offering in lightweight stretch single and double jersey
  • · Space dyed yarns


  • · Stretch woven moleskin for plush touch
  • · Stretch woven matte velvet and raw touch needle cord
  • · Gauzy stretch cotton jersey with slub aspects
  • · Super fine gauge natural touch jersey
  • · Stretch wool or regen™ recycled polyester dull moss crepe
  • · Cotton/creora® French terry
  • · Micro fine jersey for spring and fall delivery
  • · Mono or multi-colored flecked jersey
  • · Drop stitch jersey jacquards for moth-eaten looks
  • · Double jersey – raised and blistered and fancy face against compact technical side
  • · Blistered single jersey
  • · Featherweight marl stretch jersey with flecks of colors – flat or slubby
  • · Roving slub effects enhanced through color or natural shine
  • · Mélange single jersey
  • · Bourrelet interlock double jersey
  • · Diaphanous natural touch stretch jersey- incredibly fine counts for spring and fall delivery


  • · Men and women’s casual separates in woven and knits
  • · Leisurewear separates
  • · Layering of lightweight garments for womenswear
  • · Homewear