As part of its policy of expanding fabric exports, Stylem Co., Ltd. will exhibit a total of six fabric collections at Première Vision Fabrics next February. The company will have a booth of 160 square meters, which is the largest it has ever had as well as the largest among Japanese exhibitors.
Stylem has been showing C.O.T.O. and Zen Kiwami collections at Première Vision Fabrics, along with the Le Tinte collection at the booth of Italian subsidiary Stylem Italia S.r.l. C.O.T.O. is a core fabric brand for overseas, and is composed of luxurious materials that are supervised and produced in various Japanese textile production districts. Zen Kiwami is a collection of Japanese-made fabrics featuring high quality, uniqueness and attractive prices.
In addition to these collections, the three collections of Zen Black, Zen Black International and Edizione Limitata, which are supervised by Mauro Clerici, the founder of Italian textile manufacturer Nero Su Nero and former creative director at Limonta, are to be added.
According to a Stylem Official, Edizione Limitata was shown for the first time at Milano Unica this September. This extremely luxurious collection centering on jacquard fabrics is produced in Como, and business got off to a good start with orders reaching 8,000 meters just for samples. Even for Zen Black International, which will be shown in full scale for the first time at Première Vision next February, the company expects to make numerous contracts.