ROCLE BY ISABELLA 2017, DESIGNER OF THE YEAR BEACHWEAR CATEGORY

6 April 2017

 This July, Interfilière Paris will celebrate the French printed fabric specialist Rocle by Isabella.

The company was created by two women who are passionate about the profession. In 2007, export manager Emmanuelle Bonnetin and designer Isabelle River bought the Rocle company, where they both worked, and decided to create new prints exclusively for the lingerie market

Through a combination of expertise and cutting-edge techniques, the company was the first to present ultra-sophisticated prints using an innovative process for roller printing.

Aubade, Van de Velde, Dim, the Lise Charmel Group, Empreinte, and Anita are just some of the brands that have worked with the company over the past several years. Every print from Rocle by Isabella is a guarantee of quality and an expression from the heart.

The print specialist is rounding off its range by unveiling its first collection of two-way stretch wovens with Lycra® for beachwear and intimates at Interfilière Paris 2017.

This wonderfully creative collection features some twenty highly visual and exotic fabrics for swimwear, with several strong themes: ‘Exotic Farniente’ showcases patterns, retro flowers, fabric effects, animal motifs and animal skins, revisited against green or blue backgrounds.

A warmer palette of plums, pinks and copper colours are ideally suited to the ethnic interlude evoked by the ‘Paradise Journey’ theme, featuring a rich range of raised effects and mixed weaves. The more laidback atmosphere of ‘Melancolia’ is expressed in pastels and grey shades with ultra-feminine motifs: verbena, powdery pink, nude, verdigris. The new collection also presents a line of fabrics in very light, body-shaping polyamide for summer intimates, combining casual styling and fit, thanks to the LYCRA® fibre (10%).

“We’ve always wanted to offer our customers the widest possible range of creative products,” explains Emmanuelle Bonnetin, Director of Rocle by Isabella. “Prints are only one step away from jacquards, a step that we’re taking this season, to offer customers a collection of highly visual products, in which jacquard motifs work in harmony with our printed patterns.”

 

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