Leading companies and brands become first in line for circular raw materials supply as technology prepares for industrialization. Asics Europe, Sympatex, Dibella, Dhana, Directex and Himes join the Worn Again Technologies' programme.
From base layers to outer, membrane and coatings through to trims and accessories, this season’s awarded products feature efficient and transparency through the entire textile chain. The results for the Spring/Summer 2021 season will be showcased at OutDoor by ISPO and ISPO Shanghai.
With landfill an issue and new sources in sustainability emerging, Lenzing, Santoni and Procalçado have teamed their expertise to create a sustainable shoe made entirely from biodegradable and renewable materials.
The applications selected during the ISPO Textrends jury meeting for Spring/Summer 2021 turned out to be a harmonious event, as all the jury members agreed unanimously on the final results, highlighting the fact that the textile industry is obviously pursuing the right path.
The millennials' need for a work/life balance pushes through, with travel being an area of growth. The experience of touch and wearability through fabrics and apparel design is becoming ever more important and a new glam enters the travel sector. Brands like Louis Vuitton and Moncler are leading the way.