J.Lindeberg with creative manager Pierangelo D’Agostin spearheaded remains convincing. The upcoming spring collection has innovative Japanese fabrics, smart detail solutions and a figure-hugging silhouette techno couture taken the concept a step further. Our site has looked closely at perhaps the most appealing clothing for the entire collection.
An overarching theme of the collection is cycling, which is reflected in both form and function. For example, a blazer designed to lower the front can be folded up and secured in the pocket flaps for not being in the road behind the handlebars. Kragfoder with reflective stripe, inner lining of Gore-Tex to transport heat away from the body and hidden elastic on the sides to provide extra mobility are further details that testify to his jacket function. On the outside, a stylish blazer, but with the same characteristics as a function of the jacket.
Another key item of the collection is the double-breasted jacket and blazer hybrid with detachable hood. The silhouette is short and close-fitting high-button closure and narrow cut armholes for maximum mobility. The inside is halvfodrat with Gore-Tex and the seams are taped to protect against moisture. On the inside there is a removable flärp which can be attached to the collar to provide additional protection against wind and water.
But perhaps mainly make the garment unique is the fabric that is developed by the Japanese company Komatsu series, which usually works with high-tech fabrics, primarily for the sports industry. Canvastyget which is a blend of 70% polyester and 30% nylon called memory canvas when similar fabrics from natural fibers for use molds itself based on the wearer’s body. However, with the ease and performance of synthetic material. To give a slightly softer feel the garment tumblats easy.
Generally speaking Pierangelo D’Agostin hot on the concept of utility. Not only in the literal sense of the function but also the production impact on the environment.
– My dream of J.Lindeberg is that we are solely working with this type of functional and environmentally sustainable materials. Large parts of the synthetic material produced today are extremely chemical-intensive and has a strong negative impact on the environment. The factory we work with have a completely different an attitude. They really cares about the natural resources, which makes this type of fabrics considerably cleaner than many natural materials, often using strong pesticides, says Pierangelo.
But the market is ready for this type of fabric?
– Many buyers are still a little skeptical and it is enough a few hundred of the price difference for the better garments must choose a simpler and cheaper fabric. But I am convinced that the facility’s future. Not least for outerwear where many want alternatives to traditional and heavy coats, concludes Pierangelo.