Tomorrow never comes, it’s always the future.
The Interfilière trade show has decided to accompany visitors and exhibitors by keeping a close eye on innovative techniques and experimental research relating to textiles and yarns, as well as sales and communication strategies. The market uses innovation as a way of approaching the future, with its inevitable areas of uncertainty, to offer brands and distribution platforms a high level of reactivity. Keen to address environmental and sociological issues, Eurovet is highlighting innovative projects.
Interfilière’s objective is to take an upstream approach to discovering and accompanying talented players who contribute to the sector’s dynamism.
Key industry stakeholders will have the opportunity to exchange with brands on an experimental journey, covering specific topics relating to innovation in textiles and production, within a platform named: “Tomorrow! The Innovative Exchange and Experimental Way”.
They will be present:
- In partnership with DEFI – La Mode de France:
– New technology startup / A new application for a new production model
“Neatek has developed the Style and Fit solution, a digital application that rapidly automates patternmaking for every type of bespoke garment. Working from the closest larger-sized pattern, clients can have their measurements taken in a boutique or enter them via internet with a tool for choosing designs and fabrics. The customer data is then retrieved from the Cloud and used to instantly create a personalised pattern with a measurement chart. Style and Fit guarantees a significant reduction in costs and turnaround times for producing custom made clothing”.
– New technology startup / Toptexcube
“Toptexcube shortens the manufacturing process by reducing the number of production steps thanks to laser cutting and thermofusing”. (Toptexcube has collaborated with the Le Slip Française.)
- This year Eurovet showcases brands based on innovative processes for more ethical business practices.
Brand 1: Nénés Paris / recycled materials
Brand 2: Arí van Twillert / 3D printed products