|48||94-97 cm||84-87 cm||96-99 cm|
|50||98-101 cm||88-91 cm||100-103 cm|
|52||102-105 cm||92-95 cm||104-107 cm|
|54||106-109 cm||96-99 cm||108-111 cm|
|56||110-113 cm||100-104 cm||112-116 cm|
We often get questions about the textiles and fabrics we use. This lexicon will help explain and define them:
As opposed to viscose and modal, acetate is not made from pure cellulose, but from cellulose bonded with acetic acid.
Dissolved in ateton, acetate infuses into textile pulp.
Material comprised from acetate have a mild semi-gloss, a sure and firm hold, and falls quite elegantly. It’s comparable to natural silk.
semi-gloss Stoffe aus Acetat haben einen edlen mattschimmernden Glanz, fülligen Griff und eleganten Fall, vergleichbar mit der Naturseide. Because the seam is elastic, the form of the material retains its shape, and folds are evident.
Acetate is very heat-sensitive and thus requires ironing and pressing at rather low temperatures.
Acetate is processed either alone or in combination with natural or synthetic fibers.
Seams and liners are very often produced from acetate, as well as dresses and blouses.
The elastic revolution.
Elastic fibers represent a milestone in synthetic fabric production. Not surpisingly, elastic’s singular innovation is an extraordinary elasticity.
Elastic is employed where the highest level of elasticity is required: hosiery, sportswear, bathingwear, , Sportbekleidung, Bademoden, corsages, as well as woven or knitted wear. The material always contracts after stretching back to its orginal form.
Elastic is therefor a prerequisite for fashionable and functional Damit ist Elastan eine Voraussetzung für modische und funktionelle apparel that should hug the body but also be extremely comfortable.
The leading synthetic fiber in the world.
Polyester was a huge discovery in the 1940s and since 1947 has been used in the melting spinning process. Polyester has proven extremely popular as it lends itself to almost every kind of textile need. The fiber can be can sectioned in round, oval or angular shape, for a firmer hold. The material’s surface can be treated to be semi-glossy and/or glittery.
Elastic is very prevalent combined with cotton wool and with pure new wool.
Like cotton wool, Viscose is made from natural fibers.
Following rules of textile descriptions, viscose, when processes with synthetics, may not be described as a natural fiber.
Viscose is processed either alone or in combination with natural or synthetic fibers. It’s end-use is highly individualized.
Viscose can be spun as extremely fine and evenly-dstributed fibers, resulting in a soft fit and flowing form.
The fiber’s highly absorbent nature (much higher than cotton wool) makes it ideal for bold colors and patterns. Garments constructed of viscose and generally much more intensively colored than garments from pure cotton wool.
Viscose’s resistance to moisture and its economical price makes it extremely suitable as linings.