Collaboration, sustainability and innovation were key themes at Munich Fabric Start, where a global contingent of fabric, fiber, trims and technology companies met with attendees mainly from Germany and Northern Europe.
Held at the Munich Order Center (MOC) from Aug. 30-Sept. 1, exhibitors primarily presented Autumn/Winter 2017-18 collections with an emphasis on performance, softness and stretch. Dobby and jacquard weaves from Pakistan mill Kassim, and 496 from Taiwan compensated for the lack of coatings that are normally found in fall collections. However, Italian specialist finisher, Intex, wowed with interesting 3-D printed coatings.
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