The LYCRA Company, a leader in sustainable solution for the apparel industry, will exhibit its latest development in stretch and performance at the Kingpins 24 livestream event to be held on April 22 and 23, 2020. With many events being cancelled due to the pandemic, organizers have chosen to conduct their events virtually. The Kingpins spring denim event, scheduled to be held in Amsterdam, is one such show that is being transitioned into a digital event.
LYCRA’s offerings are developed using the pre- and post-consumer content under the EcoMade family of fibres. The latest development includes LYCRA EcoMade fiber developed partly using pre-consumed material. The fiber fulfils the GRS standard and holds all the performance and qualities like the other LYCRA fibre. The other offerings include LYCRA® T400® EcoMade fibre manufactured using post-consumer material and features high stretch and shape retention properties.
The COOLMAX EcoMade technology is also one of their performance-based polyester fibre innovations made using 100 per cent post-consumer recycled material and designed to keep the wearer cool and dry, while THERMOLITE® EcoMade fibre is an alternative for lightweight warmth.
Furthermore, the company will also be giving presentations on “Sustainable Stretch- Get the Facts” discussing sustainability and will be showing videos on The LYCRA Company’s Planet Agenda sustainability platform and LYCRA® EcoMade fibre during the event.
The event will have panel discussions, exhibitors’ presentation and interviews on topics like sustainability and corporate social responsibility.