Material of the Future-part I: Neorene

Fashion
We are on the 21st century and we are no longer content with the traditional fabrics like cotton, wool, silk, or even the famous synthetic fibers as polyester or viscose. Of course we can always use them as a base, but we are searching for a new weave, a new style of printing and a new touch of hand.

Well,  it’s quite a big subject to talk about and I will begin with the Neoprene.

Neoprene: One of the most famous materials used in the fashion industry since recent years. It’s a very comfortable and easy treated fabric ( easy washed and no crinkles), which can keep you warm at the same time to offer you an architectural and futurist look. Even better, it is an ideal support for the printing, who can give the prints a very luminous color.

That’s why it becomes the “chou chou” of numerous great designers.

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Givenchy Fall/Winter 2013-2014 ready-to-wear show

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Jacquemus Fall/Winter 2013-2014 ready-to-wear show

maticevski SS15 look collection

Maticevski Spring/Summer 2015 collection

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Chanel Fall/Winter 2014-2015 haute-couture show

From Balenciaga( one of the first brand to brings this material to podium), Chanel, to Lacoste, Jacquemus, and to COS, H&M… This fabric is renewed and repeated each season with always some different touch on it.

Let’s see some street style pictures of this fabric on:

Paris Fashionweek day 6, outside Stella McCartney, Hanneli

Picture: whowhatwear.com

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Picture: thechicstreetjournal.com

mydubio com

Picture: mydubio.com

lolobu COM

Picture: lolobu.com

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Picture: popsu.gr

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Picture: productandpussy.tumblr.com

Yes yes! It suits everybody even if you are not tall enough or not thin enough. But one thing is to be made sure, are you ready to meet the future?!

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