September 4, 2015
Paris, France – Jeanologia, which is a specialist in developing sustainable technologies for garments finishing, joins the first edition of The Sourcing Connection where it will present its iKnits collection. During this event organized by Première Vision from 4 to 6 September in Paris, Jeanologia will unveil its commitment to sportswear. (Parc des Expositions Porte de Versailles, Hall 6).
iKnitts has been designed and developed by and for doing sport. This collection has managed to combine technology and functionality providing performance finishing in both conventional and raw materials thanks to eFlow. This technology allows to add performance features to sports garments regardless of the type of fabric.
With the combination of laser technology, ozone G2 and eFlow the Spanish firm achieves different finishing on different materials such as cotton, neoprene or cupro and brings new possibilities to Performance Apparel Markets.
Jeanologia Sustainable technology offers endless applications whilst increasing industrial productivity on clothing and functional textiles.
Première Vision, the world’s leading organizer of trade shows for the fashion industry, is launching its first event The Sourcing Connection to meet the needs of European fashion brands and accessories completing the offer within the ecosystem of fashion industry.
A trajectory backed by over 20 years of experience and obtaining the prestigious WGSN Global Fashion Award for best team sustainable design world have turned Jeanologia world leader in the development of sustainable technologies for finishing garments as are the laser, ozone and nano bubbles.
The Spanish company has customers in 5 continents and export of technology and knowledge represents 90% of its turnover, internationalizing its products to 45 countries among which are: Pakistan, Bangladesh, India, China, Colombia, Mexico, Brazil, USA, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Russia, Japan, Morocco and Vietnam.
The leading brands such as Levi’s, Pepe Jeans London, Armani Jeans, Armani Exchange, Van’s Nike, Puma, Kaporal, Chevignon, among others, rely on Jeanologia, using NANO technology developed by the company.