On May 16, The LYCRA Company opened its brand new, state-of-the-art research & Development (R&D) lab in Nanhai, China. The Advanced Textile Innovation Center (ATIC) represents a significant increase in the U.S.-based firm’s global R&D capabilities and demonstrates its commitment to providing exceptional service to its customers in Asia. The lab will help mills, brands and retailers, as well as Western-based companies with local sourcing offices, accelerate the development of innovative garment solutions that meet apparel market needs and add value to customer’s products.
WILMINGTON, Del. – The LYCRA Company, a leading provider of fiber and technology solutions for the global apparel and personal care industries, announced today it will officially open its new Advanced Textile Innovation Center (ATIC) in Nanhai, China on May 16. The new 4,500-square-meter Research & Development (R&D) laboratory, which is the company’s fourth, represents a significant increase in the U.S.-based firm’s global R&D capabilities.
The LYCRA Company officially opened its new Advanced Textile Innovation Center (ATIC) in Nanhai, China on May 16, 2019. The 4,500-square-meter Research & Development (R&D) laboratory, which is the company’s fourth, represents a significant increase in the U.S.-based firm’s global R&D capabilities.
Tejidos Royo, an international fabric provider based in Spain and present in more than 30 countries, has launched FASHILITY, a 14-piece capsule collection of woven trousers, jackets and skirts for men and women featuring premium LYCRA® brand technologies. The collection takes its name from its stylish and contemporary union of Fashion + Utility. The LYCRA Company teamed up with Tejidos Royo to showcase the versatility of its fabrics and the benefits of using LYCRA® fiber solutions to deliver performance benefits that will drive downstream sales.
Each year in January, people representing every part of the textile chain gather in Colombia for COLOMBIATEX, which is the place where brands begin their distribution journey in Latin America. Inside the main entrance, the LYCRA® brand booth greeted 500 exhibitors, 400 journalists, 26,000 visitors and 9,200 buyers as they entered the show.
AMSTERDAM – At the upcoming Kingpins Amsterdam tradeshow, The LYCRA Company will be showcasing fabrics with its latest sustainable offerings, including LYCRA® fiber 166L which was recently awarded a Gold Level Material Health Certificate by the Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute.
At the 2019 Denim Innovation Seminar held recently in Shanghai, China, Texhong Textiles Group (Texhong) and The LYCRA Company teamed up to showcase exciting new branded fiber and technology solutions currently available for the Chinese denim market:
• LYCRA® FREEF!T® technology provides a soft, easy stretch and lasting shape retention. Learn how this technology is designed to fill a specific consumer need.
• LYCRA® T400® EcoMade technology offers the performance as the original fiber, but is made from a combination of recycled materials and renewable plant-based materials.
• COOLMAX® NATURAL TOUCH™ technology delivers cool comfort, a soft, cottony hand and an authentic denim look and feel.
Visit The LYCRA Company stand at Kingpins Amsterdam (10-11 April) to see denim fabrics made with its latest sustainable offerings. This season the company will showcase LYCRA® T166L fiber, which recently earned a Gold Level Material Health Certificate by the Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute.
Founded in Hossegor, France in 2000, PULLIN pioneered printed boxers made with a mix of LYCRA® fiber and polyester that has never compromised on quality or comfort. We recently spoke with Brand Manager Guillaume Baché to learn more about the lifestyle brand and how customer satisfaction became its central focus.