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The latest accessory developments for Spring.Summer 25 – Part VI

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE ADDITIONALS SPRING.SUMMER 25

16. May 2024

The latest developments for buttons, ribbons, decorative stones, closures, linings, lace, embroidery, interlinings as well as labeling and branding solutions will be presented by around 200 leading international ingredients and accessories suppliers in the ADDITIONALS Area at MUNICH FABRIC START.

UNION KNOPF

Union Knopf is a company with many years of experience in designing and manufacturing garment fasteners. Every season it introduces new and innovative products into its collections to continue to successfully inspire its customers. It is also digitizing its collections so that customers from all around the world can explore them. Union Knopf pays great attention to ecology, promoting natural materials such as Real Corozo, Real Horn, and upcycled materials, or those with natural components. It also proposes finishes that save energy and water.

UNION KNOPF

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VALUPA

As the market for sustainable textiles expands, there’s a gap in alternative fashion accessories. valupa identified this need and received for its first product development the START-UPS FOR CIRCULARITY Award and the nomination for the Green Product Award. Visit valupa at Munich Fabric Start to explore circular fashion accessories, locally made from 100% renewable materials – Made in Germany.

VALUPA

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VOSTEX

This season’s collection is dedicated to offer top quality trims & accessories; all designed to nurture and encourage international fashion creators’ natural curiosity & creativity. With the most innovative designs and the possibility to create sustainable products it is the perfect choice for Spring/Summer 25 season.

VOSTEX

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WA WOHLATZ ADDITIONALS

WA Wohlatz Additionals have already noticed a tendency in the last few seasons that, after the rather clean, almost basic-like styles, there is a shift towards sporty, colourful statements. It will remain classy and chic, but you can play more with details in the trim area here and there. Logo buttons in metallic optics, logo tapes, silicone patches, eye-catching zipper solutions leased with silver and gold, neon also has its place again. More new products will be presented as well.

WA WOHLATZ ADDITIONALS

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YKK

Thanks to the scratch, corrosion and oxidation resistance of the material the new EXCELLA® zipper with stainless steel chain is strong, light and hypoallergenic and does not require any galvanic treatment. The latest collection of YKK also includes innovative products from the sustainable NATULON® line which uses recycled yarn for the tape and has a much lower carbon footprint than zips made with virgin polyester.

YKK

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The Warp Of Symbiogenesis - Sustainable Innovations

The Warp Of Symbiogenesis

by PAUL SCHAFFER

Sustainable Innovations

14. May 2024

In the universe of “The Warp of Symbiogenesis,” a collection of woven fabrics unfolds, aiming to foster appreciation for the intricate interconnections among Earth’s organisms. These fabrics carry five stories of invisible connections, narrating tales of cooperation, exploitation, and competition among fungi, lichens, corals, and plants. Each symbiotic relationship inspires a distinct weaving pattern, symbolizing the unique interactions between two species. Crafted from natural fibers sourced in Europe, the textile collection invites a reconsideration of the impact and interdependence shared by all organic life forms.

How do we begin to listen to the stories of the planet? By being present in the interweaving of life, of which we are a part and always have been. As a queer speculator, designer, and researcher, Paul Schaffer is fascinated by the systems influencing our social behavior and relationship with nature. Concentrating on visual media and textiles, his work seeks to deconstruct and visually articulate the heteronormative nature of these systems. Motivated by profound curiosity and a love for research, Schaffer continually strives to comprehend systems in novel ways, addressing sensitive topics with utmost care.

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The latest accessory developments for Spring.Summer 25 – Part VI

This season’s collection is dedicated to offer top quality trims & accessories; all designed to nurture and encourage international fashion creators’ natural curiosity & creativity.


The Warp Of Symbiogenesis – Sustainable Innovations

These fabrics carry five stories of invisible connections, narrating tales of cooperation, exploitation, and competition among fungi, lichens, corals, and plants.


The latest accessory developments for Spring.Summer 25 – Part V

Warmth, light, colours, parties, nature, sense of lightness and freedom...It’s summer.



The latest accessory developments for Spring.Summer 25 – Part V

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE ADDITIONALS SPRING.SUMMER 25

9. May 2024

The latest developments for buttons, ribbons, decorative stones, closures, linings, lace, embroidery, interlinings as well as labeling and branding solutions will be presented by around 200 leading international ingredients and accessories suppliers in the ADDITIONALS Area at MUNICH FABRIC START.

SATAB

To meet market expectations and support customers in their eco-responsible strategy, Satab offers a new recycled cotton ribbon from a range of sustainable raw materials. The new ribbon is made from pre- and post-consumer recycled and virgin cotton yarn with Global Recycled Standard (GRS) certification and is available in taffeta (Ref. 0021), herringbone (Ref. 0794) and coarse-grain needlefelt (Ref. 0088).

SATAB

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SCF – SOCIÉTÉ CHOLETAISE DE FABRICATION

ENTRE 2 RIVES, the new SS 25 collection of the Société Choletaise de Fabrication, is inspired by French port cities. The Société Choletaise de Fabrication offers a collection of 200 textile accessories divided into 3 sections: shoe accessories (shoelaces, boot hooks, fringes, stripes), ready-to-wear accessories (laces, elastic laces, drawstrings sweatshirt, woven and breaded elastics) and leather goods accessories (cords, braids, straps, etc.). Discover their wide range of products, almost all of which are made of green materials.

SCF - SOCIÉTÉ CHOLETAISE DE FABRICATION

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STUDIO 9

This season, STUDIO 9 presents ARTISAN – A trim and packaging collection that embraces modern design tendencies through gender-neutral aesthetics. Inspired by the diversity of denim, the collection features items with a clean, playful or raw look, blending genres and materials. Each item reflects their sustainable design principles, while RFID and QR codes are integrated for enhanced functionality

STUDIO 9

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TEXCART

Warmth, light, colours, parties, nature, sense of lightness and freedom…It’s summer. Texcart’s SS 2025 collection is made with the use of shiny materials and bright colours. Matched in timeless combinations that express the enthusiasm for a season that wants us to be joyful, lively and open to the outside world. A range of new accessories, designed for denimwear, menswear, womenswear and eco-friendly fashion, will provide you with a reliable source of inspiration for your brand.

TEXCART

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TRIMCO GROUP

At Trimco Group, elegance is merged with boldness. The collection is balanced with warm and cool tones, creating a symbiosis of technology and nature that underscores their commitment to sustainable innovations. The designs, enhanced with NFC tech, RFID or QR code options, fuse functionality and style, while sensorial features elevate the tactile fashion experience. Featuring everything from sports styles to smart trims, they have focused the latest collection on monomaterials for better recycling, as well as recycled and innovative materials from youthful and outdoorsy to modern and sophisticated styles.

TRIMCO GROUP

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Fabric Trends Spring.Summer 25 - Part VIII

Die Fabric Trends Spring.Summer 25 – Part VIII

7. May 2024

In the FABRICS Area, around 600 international suppliers present their material innovations for all apparel segments. The complete product portfolio of fashionable woven and knitted fabrics made of wool, cotton, silk, blends and functional fibres is represented here. For the Spring.Summer 25 season, we present some highlights from international producers in our FABRICS blogposts:

PONTEX

For the next season, Pontex is focused on natural and light, almost imperceptible, fabrics for clothing: linen, linen and cotton, linen and Tencel. The challenge is to adapt to this changing climate respecting environment and the Made in Italy company answers with a new collection rich in natural, ecofriendly yarns. Among the main novelties concerning finishing, they offer the application on these natural fabrics of bio-resins with délavé effects.

PONTEX

PRINTSTORMING

PRINTSTORMING new graphic books – 10 years of Printstorming, a great reason to celebrate with you. Get one of 50 GOODIE BAGS and discover their NEW* Summer Book Baby Infants. Dinos, horses and kittens are presented in pastel spring colours such as Sorbet Pink and Blond Wood. Giraffe, lion and rhino experience many new adventures on safari in summer, in brilliant colours such as Electric Kumquat, Chlorophyll Green and Ray Flower.

PRINTSTORMING

PROJECT SRL.

Versatility, sensoriality and responsibility are the peculiarities of the new SS25 collection of PROJECT SRL. Their fabrics are light and contemporary and are characterised by tonal textures, minimal and subtle details and by seasonless neutral colours: all these elements make their product range up to date yet timeless.

PROJECT SRL.

RESOTEX

Upcycling with style, sense and expertise! Resotex has been the leading B2B wholesaler for overproduction and remnants for over 30 years. They buy up remnants from well-known brands, process them and sell them via their online shop resotex. de. 8,000 fabrics in the warehouse are immediately available. Here you can buy from as little as 1 metre and €50 net per order and have free samples sent to you in advance.

RESOTEX

SEIDRA TEXTILWERKE

Seidra’s summer collection impresses with beautiful colour combinations, new weaves and interesting textures. In addition to the usual high-quality pure linen items – which also include many creaseresistant linen fabrics – they also offer attractively priced alternatives. In the knitwear sector, they present modern and traditional patterns, as well as NOOS items. The combination of coordinated colours in woven and knitted items is still an absolute plus!

SEIDRA TEXTILWERKE

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DESIGN STUDIOS - SPRING.SUMMER 25 II

DESIGN STUDIOS

2. May 2024

The DESIGN STUDIOS area offers creative input, progressive ideas and new designs.

In Studio 1 DS (firstfloor), textile designers and trend agencies from all over the world show their fabric designs and latest developments for prints and patterns.

Some exhibitors in this area are:

KUNSTUNIVERSITÄT LINZ | LICA DESIGN STUDIO | STUDIO SPLASH

KUNSTUNIVERSITÄT LINZ

Students from the textil.kunst.design department at the University of Art and Design Linz present a selection of experimental, handmade textile designs. The exhibited designs are characterised by the versatile use of craftsmanship and technology. Using screen printing, latex, paper, transfer printing and jacquard fabric, a wide range of textures, patterns and colour play is created. On display are individual visions of workshop-operated and therefore independent textile production for the Spring/Summer 25 season.

KUNSTUNIVERSITÄT LINZ

LICA DESIGN STUDIO

It is a warm summer day. The guests gather in a beautiful wild garden filled with scribbled bushes and hand-painted flowers in red and orange tones. You feel at ease in this peaceful home. A breath of the fresh air reminds you of summer holidays at the beach when you were a child. The laughter and cheerful chatter pulls you back into the here and now. Your eyes wander over the table: Citrus fruits embellish the dusky-pink linen table cloth. A glass of rose wine blends in, giving a watercolor effect.

LICA DESIGN STUDIO

STUDIO SPLASH

Delicate but multicoloured, soft and bold – that’s how Studio Splash welcomes the new spring/summer season 2025. From abstract textures inspired by art and nature to geometric arrangements and unique compositions, each print tells a story of creativity and individuality. They are passionate about creating fashion placement and panneau-prints for women’s wear. The designs are trend based combined with a keen eye on commercial appeal. Spring is not just a season, it’s a celebration of colours!

STUDIO SPLASH

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Fabric Trends Spring.Summer 25 – Part VII

FABRIC HIGHLIGHTS FOR SPRING.SUMMER 25 - PART VII

30. April 2024

In the FABRICS Area, around 600 international suppliers present their material innovations for all apparel segments. The complete product portfolio of fashionable woven and knitted fabrics made of wool, cotton, silk, blends and functional fibres is represented here. For the Spring.Summer 25 season, we present some highlights from international producers in our FABRICS blogposts:

ÖZEN MENSUCAT

Özen Mensucat has over three decades of expertise in the industry and is located with a showroom in Istanbul and a cutting-edge factory in Çerkezköy, Turkey. The company gives priority to sustainability through the incorporation of groundbreaking recycled materials like Circulose®, certified regenerative agriculture products such as Regenagri® Cotton, and the use of sustainable materials such as TENCEL™ x REFIBRA™. With a focus on these new-generation materials and green chemistry solutions, Özen Mensucat supports shaping the future of eco-conscious fashion.

ÖZEN MENSUCAT

PAULO DE OLIVEIRA SA

The Spring/Summer collection of Paulo de Oliveira is inspired by naturals, comfort and light colours. They have a large offer of innovative linen mixtures that offer comfort and softness. Their focus is on sustainable raw materials produced in Europe with ecological processes, using recycled materials and renewable energy with state-of-the-art manufacturing processes that are most efficient in the world regarding low carbon footprint.

PAULO DE OLIVEIRA SA

POLOPIQUÉ

Polopiqué defines fabric and jersey collections through research and sustainability, focusing on achieving three-dimensionality, nuanced colours, and a mix of materials. They specialize in crafting eco-sustainable fabrics and jerseys using in-house developed yarns. Each season, their range caters to diverse needs in men’s, women’s, and home textile collections, blending passion with fashion, showcasing from Portugal to the world.

POLOPIQUÉ

POLYTEX STOFFEN

Explore the Spring/Summer 25 collection of Polytex Stoffen and dive into vibrant colors like Fel Lime, Apricot Crush and Ibiza Blue. Discover eco-friendly innovations in their yoga line with sustainable fabrics and recycled pineapple material. This season is all about botanical prints, joyful design, fun prints and arty basics. Excitingly, they now offer small minimum quantities to meet diverse needs.

POLYTEX STOFFEN

PONGEES

As designers look to source sustainable fabrics from suppliers with sustainable consciousness, Pongees has seen a greater demand for its plain eco-friendly, dyed silks and is continuing to add new colours to its collection. It has also introduced a bespoke shade card catalogue service so buyers can build their personal silk reference guide, which will save on wastage.

PONGEES

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The latest accessory developments for Spring.Summer 25 – Part IV

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE ADDITIONALS SPRING.SUMMER 25

25. April 2024

The latest developments for buttons, ribbons, decorative stones, closures, linings, lace, embroidery, interlinings as well as labeling and branding solutions will be presented by around 200 leading international ingredients and accessories suppliers in the ADDITIONALS Area at MUNICH FABRIC START.

MEDIKE LANDES

Medike Landes’ SS/25 Collection highlights a resurgence of our low impact Chrome-Free Leather options, which are available in a wide variety of colours and finishes. The neutral earthy tone of the leather label provides balance to one of their eyecatching radiant yellow belts.

MEDIKE LANDES

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MOKUBA BY RIBBON LINE

Mokuba’s prestigious and contemporary collection always focusing on high-quality items, is committed to environmental sustainability by avoiding over– production. Raw materials include natural silk, linen, cotton, among others – an exquisite selection with great taste and quality that for sure will inspire others on their creations. Enjoy Mokuba’s selection for Spring.Summer 25.

MOKUBA BY RIBBON LINE

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NILÖRN

Introducing MONO and BASECAMP – two highlights of Nilörn’s new design collection for spring/summer 25: At the core of MONO‘s philosophy lies the idea of using single or minimal materials that are easily separable, making reuse and recycling for garments more accessible and efficient. BASECAMP is a range of outdoor products that prioritises functionality and durability, blending plant-based materials with bluesign® certified metal components.

NILÖRN

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ÖZTAN TEKSTIL

With their 30 years of experience and neverending excitement, Öztan Tekstil will present their collections in line with the 2025 trend colours. Apricot Crush is popular in terms of its versatile harmonious tones, the importance of orange in the transition between seasons and its commitment to sustainable goals. Midnight Plum contains strong dark purple and tones suitable for space exploration and metaverse themes. The solid gray confirms the importance of recyclability and sustainability. Also, they offer soothing and calming pastel green tones of cold matcha.

ÖZTAN TEKSTIL

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PB ACCESSORIES

For SS’25, PB ACCESSORIES sees a strong trend towards less color: monochrome, pastel tones, clean looks, reduced contrasts and a more neat casual style characterise this season. In womenswear feminine influences are increasing, sportiness is declining – puristic elegance is fashionable. Café Latte in the “dressed” area and Lagoon for sportswear are central colours. Monograms are again an important design element. Materialwise PB believes in recycled polyester for tapes and strings, plastic substitutes of renewable raw materials for sports hardware and inox for metal trims as the most relevant contributions towards sustainable fashion – obviously besides digital processes.

PB ACCESSORIES

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BLUEZONE Signature Spring.Summer 25 - Part III

DISCOVER THE LATEST INNOVATIONS FROM BLUEZONE  - Part III

23. April 2024

At BLUEZONE, some 100 international Denim- and sportswear suppliers will present their most recent Denim novelties and innovations. Halls 6 + 7 will become the blue hotspot. Parallel to MUNICH FABRIC START  with THE SOURCE and KEYHOUSE, the Zenith area will become the hub of the international denim community with an all-round relevant event programme.

With the leitmotif SIGNATURE, we invite the industry to have a clear and unique vision in this world of constant change, to show its own SIGNATURE… Together with all international industry leaders, let us define or reinterpret the different SIGNATURES that can be created in the wide world of DENIMS!

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ROTA TEKSTIL

With new linen denims, flashy tencels, outstanding cotton developments and warm designs with denims and yarn dyed novelties, Rota presents the SS 25 collection, which brings the woven fabrics to the top level with a significant focus on sustainability.

ROTA TEKSTIL

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SASHIKODENIM BY PEY

Pey´s studio SASHIKODENIM offers to create unique denim pieces for private clients, primarily using old denim and repurposed fabrics. The aim is to showcase not only the Japanese heritage of the ancient hand-stitch technique but also to raise awareness about the significance of repairing and repurposing clothing. Their work caters to a diverse international clientele, and some of their pieces involve over 80 hours of handwork, transforming jeans repairs into works of art.

SASHIKODENIM BY PEY

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SHARABATI DENIM

The new collection of Sharabati Denim features three new innovations: VERSO provides comfort with elegance guaranteed by their soft touch weaves. It’s a new level of casual smart looks. GOOD OLE brings nostalgia that is given a fresh new feel. Open construction and crinkle bring a burst of new life to vintage denim. COOLR is all about enticing textures. Digitally-printed denims and flats offer a fancy touch and dynamic new interpretations.

SHARABATI DENIM

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TEJIDOS ROYO

NEW IN TEJIDOS ROYO: DRY COLOURS. As pioneers in the development of the most sustainable PIECE DYEING ZERO WATER technology, this waterless process is available in any colour. It also allows laundering versatility from solid colour to vintage aesthetic looking garments. ROYO S-TUDIO is the state-of-the-art technology in fibres, yarns and structures to create their most sophisticated, comfortable and durable fabrics. Elegance made to last for a lifetime. Premium day- o-day fabrics for your-ever wear.

TEJIDOS ROYO

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US GROUP

Embark on an eco-conscious journey through the trendsetting collection of US GROUP which transcends norms. Crafted from natural, MMCF and synthetic fibers, it features Tencel, Viscose, Ecovero, Hemp, Linen, TrueTemp 365, Repreve, and other recycled synthetic fabrics. Woven with distinctive characteristics, each fabric invites exploration into a world where every thread unfolds into an extraordinary story. Discover sustainable textures, twills and canvases that are innovatively curated.

US GROUP

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Fabric Trends Spring.Summer 25 - Part VI

Fabric Highlights for Spring.Summer 25 - Part VI

18. April 2024

In the FABRICS Area, around 600 international suppliers present their material innovations for all apparel segments. The complete product portfolio of fashionable woven and knitted fabrics made of wool, cotton, silk, blends and functional fibres is represented here. For the Spring.Summer 25 season, we present some highlights from international producers in our FABRICS blogposts:

MER FABRIC

Mer Fabric is set to unveil a new line of woven fabrics for shirts, pants, dresses, and children’s wear, tailored to meet unique customer needs with exceptional versatility. Their commitment to sustainability is at the forefront as they innovate within the textile industry.

MER FABRIC

MERT IPEK

Mert Ipek has produced fabrics with natural fibers from the beginning. They offer both woven an knitted fabrics made from silk, linen, wool and hemp with a sustainable service approach. They pursue sustainable technologies and produce their products in a sustainable way. With their naturally blended, high-quality and certified fabrics, they serve the world and the future.

MERT IPEK

ORDU TEKSTIL

Ordu Tekstil serves their customers with their modal, bamboo and cotton-based fabrics, which they continue to produce in terms of sustainability this year. In addition to that, their collections are being empowered with different knitting types such as jacquard and waffle.

ORDU TEKSTIL

ÖRKUM TEXTILE

Örkum Textiles, a pioneer in sustainable textile production, unveils its groundbreaking collection at Munich Fabric Start. With a rich legacy and a focus on sustainability, they offer a diverse range of ecofriendly fabrics like Modal, Tencel, Linen, Organic and Regenagri Cotton. Their commitment to quality meets the latest fashion trends through innovative designs. Embracing change, their dynamic team ensures to remain at the forefront of style and sustainability. Experience a brighter, stylish world where creativity and quality converge.

ÖRKUM TEXTILE

ÖZDOKU

A sustainable life cycle is becoming a feeling that is taken into consideration by producers and consumers day by day. The SS collection includes natural colours as if they come directly from the field. Fabric designs come in blends of linen, cotton, hemp and lyocell as well as in pastel colours of the season. Also bright and vibrant colours come into prominence that transfer the energy of summer.

ÖZDOKU

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The latest accessory developments for Spring.Summer 25 – Part III

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE ADDITIONALS SPRING.SUMMER 25

16. April 2024

The latest developments for buttons, ribbons, decorative stones, closures, linings, lace, embroidery, interlinings as well as labeling and branding solutions will be presented by around 200 leading international ingredients and accessories suppliers in the ADDITIONALS Area at MUNICH FABRIC START.

HACKENBERG GROUP

The Hackenberg Group is presenting exciting new products for the coming Spring Summer 2025 season when it comes to ribbons, waistbands, textiles and labels. The three themes Classical Urban, Mix It Up and Holiday Mood showcase the most diverse trends in terms of colours, designs and materials. From floral, bright summer prints to neutral, exciting minimals, there is something for everyone. Fashionable waistbands matching the pocket lining or elasticated bands in 3D look complete the look.

HACKENBERG GROUP

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INDUSTRY PERFECT

As a creative source of ideas, Industry Perfect supplies the textile industry with innovative, sustainable materials as well as its own collections. The product portfolio of the owner-managed company includes body and pocket lining fabrics, high-quality knitted and woven tapes and highprecision handcrafted waistbands – entirely OEKOTEX ®, GOTS and GRS certified. Industry Perfect is your solution-oriented partner for design, development and production and accompanies textile processes from the initial idea to on-time delivery.

INDUSTRY PERFECT

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KNOPF BUDKE

EXCELLENT BUTTONS – INSPIRED BY NATURE. Sustainable natural buttons, GOTS certified, characterise Knopf Budke’s summer fashion 2025. With new recycled materials and innovative dyeing techniques, they create environmentally friendly designs. Organic polyester gives additional sustainability, while customised designs emphasise personal style. A step towards environmentally conscious fashion that combines style and ethics.

KNOPF BUDKE

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KNOPF SCHÄFER

In the 2025 summer collection by Knopf Schäfer, new objectivity meets playful lightness. Timeless classics are updated with the latest trend colours. In addition, translucent to iridescent buttons and accessories awaken the desire for summer. The extensive Real Corozo collection is particularly focussed on modernity and sustainability.

KNOPF SCHÄFER

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MAINETTI

A greater focus on eco-sustainability and ethics in production, utilizing recycled materials to reshape a way of dressing that, while balancing attention to waste, doesn’t compromise the modern aesthetics of quiet luxury. Mainetti’s pursuit of precise and sustainable solutions leads to the exploration of innovative materials that combine functionality, comfort, and style. Customisations become more accessible through the use of technology.

MAINETTI

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