Italian technical fashion label NemeN introduces its latest collection designed for the Fall/Winter 2022 season entitled 'From JAVA to Java.' This is also launching to simultaneously celebrate its 10th anniversary and honors its expertise in dyeing techniques and textile research. The brand also draws inspiration from the re-vectorization in Amsterdam at BYBORRE's experimental knit labs as well as the new ECONYL.
This is an entirely regenerated nylon fiber that is made from consumer waste. The patterns are unique and they can be seen detailing silhouettes such as jersey tops, hoodies, layering designs, outerwear, and bottoms. All of the pieces are done in seasonal tones and dyes and come with a second project that is made along with air mask specialists Airinum.
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NemeN Launches the From JAVA to Java Collection for FW22
1. Regenerated Nylon Fashion - The use of regenerated nylon fibers made from consumer waste to create fashion pieces for eco-conscious consumers presents opportunities for disruptive innovation in sustainable fashion.
2. Techwear for Fall - Introducing patterned techwear designs for Fall/Winter 2022 in seasonal tones and dyes provides opportunities for innovating comfortable and high-performance clothing for colder weather.
3. Textile Research and Development - The celebration and honoring of textile research and dyeing techniques by NemeN present opportunities for disruptive innovation in creating unique and sustainable textiles.
1. Sustainable Fashion - The use of regenerated nylon fibers and eco-conscious designs in fashion presents opportunities for disruptive innovation in the sustainable fashion industry.
2. Tech Clothing and Accessories - Creating comfortable and high-performance clothing pieces with patterns for colder months provides opportunities for innovation in the techwear industry.
3. Textile Research and Development - The honoring of textile research and dyeing techniques by NemeN presents opportunities for disruptive innovation in the textile research and development industry.