Turkey’s denim mill Isko and Pakistan-based mill and manufacturer Soorty have decided to work together. They describe the work for the collection of fabrics and garments as a landmark contract.
At the same time, Isko integrates its technologies with Soorty vertical production network, enabling them to “meet the needs of customers on a larger scale.”
On the other hand, the first collaborative effort is the Isko Future Face by Soorty collection, which creates by using Isko’s technology and produced by Soorty for the US market.
Also, Future Face is a woven fabric that looks like a knit, which combines a soft, silky finish with comfort, enhanced shape retention, and a flattering drape, according to the company.
Marco Lucietti, Isko’s director of strategic projects, said, “We truly believe that going beyond the traditional conception of competition can really push change for the better: a better service for our customers, a better business, and a better future.”
Besides that, Asad Soorty, director of Soorty Enterprises, added, “We believe in cooperation over competition. And we believe that this cooperation, which is the first of its kind in the industry will unlock immense value for brands and consumers. We are hugely excited by the possibilities this opens up for the market.”