A summary of the key yarn and fibre directions from our leading international exhibitors, seen live at SPINEXPO™ shows. Our Wrap collates information from what’s seen in our trend areas, to what’s featured in the collections and most importantly what our visitors were drawn to throughout the show.
SPINEXPO™ presents Modern Nomadism or this Autumn/Winter 2019-2020 season and explored several different cities and regions. Society has changed a lot in the past few decades. Where once people keenly attended places of worship, now they flock to places of culture such as museums and art exhibitions.→ Download in English
A family of soft natural colours fitting all types of fibre. Inspired by cosmetics and clays, the beiges are a story of their own and replace the family of whites as a new neutral direction; whites still stand out, but used in juxtaposition or blends with the beige palette as a “faire valoir”.→ Download in English
Modern, luxurious velour’s and chenille’s appear this season in unexpected combinations. The season is all about experimentation, how yarns and effects can be combined together to stimulate creativity. Chenille combined with spray dye techniques mixed with core yarns, stretch and contrasting coloured yarns; creating broken and distorted effects. Velour’s are knitted within jacquards to create new opulent style knits.→ Download in English
For Spring/ Summer 2018 SPINEXPOTM found creative direction in the concept ‘Expect the Unexpected’, leading the SPINEXPLORE trend forum to be divided into five main themes: Saturation, Imperfection, Distortion, Pigmentation and Explosion.→ Download in English