Launched last January, the Naia™ cellulosic yarn now comes in a variety of new creative versions.
Several printed options using digital, sublimation or transfer printing are presented at the stand. “Best Pacific, Tintex, Billion Union, Sanko, Celeb, Wanjiali Knitting, Yu Yuang, Sinotex and many others have already adopted this luxurious, high-performance yarn, featuring a fresh and silky finish, soft hand-feel and unparalleled fluidity,” says Jeroen Jacobs, who is also proudly presenting 3D-printed version of the Treva polymer with Ellen Haeser on the Innovation forum.
Manufactured using wood pulp from sustainably-managed forests, Naia™ offers moisture management, thermal comfort and easy-care properties (stain resistance, washability, crush resistance). Naia™ fibres are also easily dyeable for good color depth.