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Intertextile showcasing 4 key trends of Spring/Summer 2020

Spring edition of Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabric has begun today on 12 March 2019 where four key trends of Spring/Summer 2020 trends are being displayed.

 Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabric- Spring Edition that is showcasing Spring/Summer 2020
Figure 1: A visitor is looking for a perfect fabric at Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabric- Spring Edition that is showcasing Spring/Summer 2020 trends under the new theme ‘Hybrid’.

“In the coming era, technological innovations and human experiences will become inseparable,” the latest Intertextile Directions trend guide, presented by Designer Michel, explains the season’s new theme, Hybrid.

From today to 14 March, exhibitors at Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics – Spring Edition will display on-trend fabric samples at the Intertextile Directions Trend Forum, while more in-depth analysis of 2020 trends will be discussed in a series of seminars.

This edition’s fringe program is taking place in three onsite venues, each dedicated to a different topic, covering trends, sustainability, and business strategies, and is also featuring three-panel discussions.

The latest Intertextile Directions fabric and pattern trends for Spring/Summer 2020 illustrate a world of sustainable fashion, where innovative technology supports fashion for modern lifestyles. Sustainability is at the core of these trends, as the fashion industry’s eco-footprint remains firmly in the global spotlight. Meanwhile, with the next generation expressing self-identity and activism online, fabrics for stand-out fashion are on offer.

Intertextile Shanghai 2019 Michel
Figure 2: Designer Michel has presented the trends at Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabric Expo Spring Edition on 12th March 2019.

The season’s new theme ‘Hybrid’ covers four trends

Human Vision: Emphasizing on the history of mankind and the great civilizations following colors and trends are being promoted in this trend. The trend explores the intersection between manmade and natural, adding technology for contemporary style in neutral color palettes.

Earth Energy: With more application of natural resources, sustainability is being sought in fabrics and designs. The trend tailors for a responsibly slow living, with eco-conscious materials, such as organic cotton, linen, and denim with technical coatings for functionality.

Well Lab: It is a touch of light color ranges and delicacy to promote the beauty and strength of youth and its well-being characters. The trend is inspired by future-thinking revolutionaries – eco-friendly materials are repackaged in vibrant colors, showcasing a bright new attitude to sustainability.

Hype Glam: To challenge the challenges coming towards the glamorous lifestyles, strong party colors and hypes have been promoted strongly. This trend presents glamorous materials with eye-catching effects, while sports lifestyle influences add high-tech performance for ease and functionality.

Intertextile Apparel’s fringe program is a useful platform for dialogue between industry players – while exhibitors and other experts can present their ideas and collections, audiences can gain useful insight into industry topics and trends. This edition, three onsite venues will specialize in different topics.

Textile Dialogue will hold design and trend seminars such as Data and Garment Accessories Trends by Shanghai Shide Network Technology; Intertextile Spring/Summer 2020 Fashion Trends by NellyRodi Agency; and Spring/Summer 2020 Denim Fabric Trends by Prosperity Textile.

More trend seminars will also be held by Pantone, COLORO, PeclersParis, and Italtex, while a CTIC Trend Forum can be found across the hall, in Talking Point, along with other highlights including Digital Printing Forum, and Changing Trends and Challenges for Vietnam’s Textile and Garment Industry panel discussion by VITAS.

On the final day of the fair, CTIC will hold the Future Forum, bringing together new textile products, technologies, green solutions and services targeted at the China market. Other fringe program highlights include three domestic trend forums and an open workshop held by CNTAC. They have invited finance (HSBC), R&D and sustainability institutions (WWF) to create an industry-wide platform for innovative technology promotion.

Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics – Spring Edition 2019 is co-organized by Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd; the Sub-Council of Textile Industry, CCPIT; and the China Textile Information Centre. The expo will continue till 14 March.

Also Read: Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics 2019 commences today

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