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Lingerie collection fall-winter 2016-17 DOWNLOAD PDF


Born out of research and flair for style of the Eurojersey Creative Department, the latest trends and inspirations underlying the 2016-17 Sensitive Fabrics fall-winter lingerie collection feature four suggestive offerings, designed to enhance the qualities of elegance, femininity and sensuality.

The collection puts the spotlight on the most advanced printing techniques, such as the increasingly sophisticated 3D printing, which reproduces textures with an extremely high resolution and very real, three-dimensional effects, and EcoPrint technology, which offers considerable advantages both from an aesthetic and an environmental perspective.

Flawless Romanticism: Feeling and rationality come together to represent academic beauty, disciplined grace. The textures and graphic elements – masterpieces of fine workmanship, valuable for their perfection and refinement – reproduce fine antique lace, embossed inlays and intangible reliefs.

Functional Elegance: From the harmony of active, high-performing bodies, to the exceptional sophistication of shaped contours, a strong, schematic masculinity is interlaced with refined and delicate signs of femininity. The cotton-like, textured appearance overlaps with elaborate transparencies and graceful veils, for a slight and unusual contrast.

Winter Garden: Floral patterns and lacework call to mind sophisticated elegance. The abstract dimensions created by 3D printing strengthen the opposition between solid colours and lace prints, between matt and silky shades.

New Eldorado: Patterns and images are printed on the Sensitive Fabrics with EcoPrint technology, faithfully reproducing every detail. Borders and reliefs provide stunning visual effects alongside lace and graphic elements replicating the textures.


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