Material Trends for Spring and Summer 2022

Material trends for spring/summer 2022

Mar 8, 2021- by staff

As we all have changed the way we work and live the past year, designers and brands are eager to help us emerge from our cocoons—transformed by glorious and sustainable spring and summer fashions for 2022. The prevailing trend toward more eco-conscious materials has not ebbed. If anything, it’s still surging. As you consider your next line, here are five emerging material trends we believe Naia™ cellulosic fiber is well suited for.

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sustainable sweaters

Eastman Naia™ cellulosic fiber: A sustainable choice for sweaters

Dec 17, 2020- by staff

Dropping temperatures and cooler weather signify it’s time for sweater weather. Sweaters are a versatile closet staple that are always in fashion. Easily paired with jeans, trousers, or skirts, they can also be used as layering over lightweight shirts, blouses, or dresses. Sweaters are the perfect transitional piece that you can wear season to season—and never go out of style.

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Canopy Hot Button Report

Naia™ from Eastman receives high ranking in Canopy’s 2020 Hot Button Report

Dec 2, 2020- by staff

From protecting biodiversity to ensuring a low environmental impact, Eastman Naia™ cellulosic fiber is sustainable from origin to end of life. Made from wood pulp sourced from responsibly managed forests and plantations, the Naia™ brand is continuing to grow, offering new fibers and yarns with innovative new features that improve our planet and our wardrobes.

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Sustainable printable fabric

Create sustainable printed fabrics with Naia™ from Eastman and Transfertex digital heat-transfer printing

Oct 27, 2020- by staff

From florals to stripes to plaid, patterns are a consistent fashion trend season after season. Printed fabrics bring patterned designs to life. With many different printing methods available today, it can be a challenge to choose the right one for your garment. Different methods react different ways depending on the materials, and all have environmental and manufacturing factors to consider.

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