- Published on Monday, 21 January 2013 12:55
Denser materials elevate product durability, while organic textiles impart anti-bacterial and hypoallergenic properties.
- Denser textiles: Makers are employing fabrics that are at least 180gsm for increased durability. Models designed for colder months also adopt 4 to 6oz denim or corduroy. Suppliers are utilizing wool as well as the material features good heat retention.
- Organic fabrics: Companies are intensifying the use of organic cotton and bamboo, especially in the high end. These inputs are breathable and moisture absorbent, and possess anti-bacterial and hypoallergenic characteristics.
- Colorful designs: Businesses are incorporating bright hues for enhanced visual appeal. Yellow, pink, blue, green and purple are examples. Multihued yarn-dyed garments are also offered. These often adopt plant-based pigment to ensure safety.
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