Fabrics: The all-time Classics with a focus on respect towards nature

Fabrics Spring.Summer 23 #4

15. March 2022

Although MUNICH FABRIC START and BLUEZONE couldn’t be realised physically in the end of January, we want to give our beloved exhibitors and long-term partners the chance to present their collections for Spring.Summer 23 online. We are presenting the most inspiring developments, prints and innovations in all our areas: FABRICS, ADDITIONALS, BLUEZONE, DESIGN STUDIOS, SOURCING & KEYHOUSE.

These timeless, and both powerful and simple collections present the all-time classics with a focus on respect towards nature and environment. Fabrics’ specialists BORGHI 1819, Ipekis I Lane Bugella, Lanificio Roma, Pontex, Seidra Textilwerke and Yünsa Yünlu show their latest developments.


Borghi 1819, part of the TBM Group, is a 100% Italian Textile Company, specialized in cotton and linen. Dedicated to the luxury market, Borghi 1819 proposes a SS23 collection unique for variety and completeness. The offer ranges from shirting fabrics of the highest level and innovative proposals of cotton blends to clean and compact, pure linen and noble fibers respecting the environment. Certified GOTS and Oeko-Tex 100, the industrial cycle takes place entirely within the group’s factories in Italy and our fabrics are all made in compliance with ZDHC standards.



Ipekis I Lane Bugella

Spring.Summer 23 is all about nature inspirations for Ipekis: Focused on the beauty of the material which is used without adding anything to it and drawing attention to the essential, essence and simplicity. Besides, the mixed theme shows the differences between visual and tactile features and aims to be unconventional, powerful and interesting. The color palette consists of green, blue and yellow tones that make you feel safe and consistent while purple, orange and brown tones stand for excitement and optimism.

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Lanificio Roma

The GRS certified company Lanificio Roma is committed to a green path aiming at an eco-sustainable market. The Spring.Summer 23 collection is characterised by natural tones and eco-sustainable materials, the reuse of materials in order to give it new life, new shape, new color. These ECO-fashion proposals are in line with the Made in Italy know-how and quality: Lanificio Roma’s strength and pride.

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The Pontex palette for Spring.Summer 23 is made up of tonic and vibrant colors such as bright and intense green, golden yellow, fleshy ocher, couture pink. The choice of raw materials is inspired by the Earth and focuses on textile productions that respect nature and the environment: natural raw materials and organic and sustainable fibers, cellulosic plant fibers such as organic cotton, hemp, bamboo, linen, Tencel and ramie.


Seidra Textilwerke

The main focus of the new collection is on sustainability. In addition to highlighting linen, Seidra Textilwerke’s collection is filled with many new weavings and color interlacing. You will find an expanded selection of stretch items, as well as new developments made from hemp, organic cotton and recycled polyester. All items are produced in Austria and the possible combinations of wovens, jacquards and knits are unique.


Yünsa Yünlu

Yünsa Spring.Summer 23 collection reflects the changing dynamics of life, business and adventure with a focus on nature, sustainability and innovation.


Discover more Spring.Summer 23 developments from the ADDITIONALS manufacturers in the following blog articles:

This season’s sustainable buttons, zippers & Co. are colourful & trendy

ADDITIONALS Spring.Summer 23: certified bio materials meet the latest styles


Natural fabrics like linen and hemp determine the Spring.Summer 23 FABRICS

Spring.Summer 23 textile developments are all about linen, hemp and natural fibers

FABRICS Spring.Summer 23 #1

11. January 2022

Although MUNICH FABRIC START and BLUEZONE in the end of January can’t be realised anymore, we want to give our beloved exhibitors and long-term partners the chance to present their collections for Spring.Summer 23 online. We are going to present some of the most inspiring developments, prints and innovations in all our areas: FABRICS, ADDITIONALS, BLUEZONE, DESIGN STUDIOS, SOURCING & KEYHOUSE.

And now: Curtain up for the organic FABRICS that determine the next season: Hemp, linen, bio cotton blends, natural jerseys…

Ege Organics by Manifutura

Ege Organics: Choose hemp. Choose durability.

Choose not using pesticides to grew your plant. Choose higher yield and fewer water consumption per acre compared to other fibers. Choose the fiber that blends perfectly with cotton for fabric strength and durability. Choose enriching the soil that grows the fiber. Choose hemp grown by trustworthy farmers in Western Turkey. And choose the hemp blends Ege Organics have precisely developed based on 30 years of experience in the industry.


Lanificio Bottoli – Ronzani Agency

The fashion trends for the Spring.Summer 23 season are 3D fabrics, transparencies, light and delicate tones, and sustainability. The novelty of this season is a natural jute/silk fabric that is vegetably dyed with a process reusing coffee grounds. This chemical-free dye provides the natural fibres with fascinating vintage shades and enables the recycling of a resource that restaurants and bars normally waste.


Philea Textiles

NATURAL, SPORTY & SILKY: Three key words of the PHILEA Spring.Summer 23 collection. A large part of the collection is dedicated to premium quality linen or linen blends (Tencel, viscose, cotton) that are both comfortable and cool. The company also offers easy wear and easy care cotton/polyamid mixes for a sporty and contemporary look. Besides, fluid satin and crepe in viscose or viscose/acetate as well as FSC/ECOVERO viscose make a look feel fresh. The collection, entirely designed and produced in France, guarantees a fully traceable and environmentally friendly supply chain.


Sundag Heinrich – SUNDAGTEX

For Spring.Summer 23, the natural jersey range of SUNDAGTEX includes qualities made of linen, hemp, kapok and blends from linen, hemp, nettle with cotton. Designs show structure as well as right-left effects. Coarse count yarns and open meshed patterns are newly added articles.


Tessitura Monti

The new Spring.Summer 23 collections from Tessitura Monti are characterised by typical colors of the summer season with fashionable and funny shadows. In Blu Label, a main focus is given to sustainable fabrics with organic yarn, Tencel and linen. Also important are Ajour, Leno Waves, Jacquard and Fil Coupé fabrics. In Sictess, the references are three: organic, linen and prestige.