SPINEXPO a leading trade fair and a perfect platform for anyone who is concerned with fibres, yarns and knitwear industry in China. The 25th edition of Spinexpo to attract more than 10,000 visitors and 200 exhibitors from different part of the globe. The Spring/Summer 2015 session of SPINEXPO will feature a new installation that explores the world of colour in greater depth, as well as a new trend area dedicated to active wear.
The show is ready to welcome exhibitors selected for their quality and creativity who will present their latest trends and developments.
Santoni, the leading Italian circular knitting machinery specialist, has teamed up with Dutch activewear developer Eva de Laat to explore ways in which to take the trend towards incorporating sports-inspired properties into casual wear forwards.
Eva de Laat said that seamless and circular knits are benefitting from new technological developments in knitting. By using different structures they can build more function into the garment without adding other elements that would increase the garmentâ€™s weight. The result is lighter weight garments that offer a lot more performance.
They are able to body map using circular knitting, the advantage is that they can customize garments for different sectors of the market, such as high impact wear, well being (yoga, loungewear) and outdoor sports.
Another company to present itself at the exhibition is South Overseas Group that manages a network of more than 20 knitting factories in multiple locations in China.
For the next season, South Overseas is developing several different new products. One of its newest creative projects is needle punch sweaters. Using a technique from embroidery, fibres or hairs from the yarn are pulled to the surface of the garment creating a fluffy texture. Aside from creating more texture, the technique is also said to help to smoothly blend different materials and colours.
Another innovation is the new brushed yarn. Using a new brushing technique, South Overseas can create garments that have a fur-like look.
In one of its latest developments, China based Yarns and Colors is experimenting with ways to add new properties to their yarn. The company has produced yarn that can change colour in response to the wearerâ€™s body temperature, explicated Paula Cheng, Creative Director at Yarns and Colors.
These garments can serve as elegant office wear and then can change into something fun to wear out at night They can expand on this even further by adding fluorescent colours to the yarn so that the garment can glow in the dark.
In a modern age, people would prefer garment which not only be aesthetically enjoyable but as well as practically in daily use. Keep this in mind; the company has come up with its new optical knitting developments where different images are revealed when the garment is viewed from different angles. The company wants to make more versatile garment.
Geetanjali Woollens one of India's largest Integrated manufacturer and exporter of Tahiti Acrylic Blankets, Grey Barrack Blanket and Weaving Yarns having three spinning and weaving plants - two in India and one in Africa. For over 35 years buyers globally have trusted them for their quality to partake at the Spinexpo, Shanghai.
The profile for exhibit includes cashmere & wool sweaters, gloves, hosiery, scarves and tie, knitting machinery, textile designing, Polyester, Polypropylene, Acrylic and Viscose fibers, Polyester-Nylon-Polypropylene-Acrylic-Viscose-Cuprammonium and Acetate Filament Yarns, Natural fibers, Cotton, Cellulosic, Silk, Wool, Angora, Mohair and Camel Hair, Value Added Spun and Blended Yarns.
The event will take place from 9-11 March at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center.
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