Interfiliere this January was bursting with elegance, demanding the eye of the viewer. The kind of exhibition that made you want touch everything, feel the texture and weight of each individual garment- testing the boundaries of each fabrics delicate nature. The theme this year was ultra-lightness and ultra- fineness and there couldn’t be a better title for the collection of unique pieces on display. If you were lucky enough to go to this year’s exhibition, you’d know that artists such as Julien Fournié, Ying Gao, Atelier Flory Brisset and La Soie Serycine were present and so well received by the passionate and enthusiastic visitors.

Tables were covered in intimates  and the season’s top garments were constantly on the move, as talented dancers moved across the stage showcasing not only the aesthetic attribute of the swimwear and athleisure, but the versatility of it too. This created a mood and added to the core quest for atmospheric ultra-lightness.

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A beautiful addition was the Whispering exhibition- the profound work of young British artist,  Jessica Haughton. Her work is exceptionally creative and seen as a rather forward-looking vision of tomorrow’s intimates. Each artwork is designed to manipulate lingerie through silicone three-dimensional prints and was displayed alongside innovative prototypes from different European embroidery companies such as: Bischoff Textil, Hämmerle & Vogel, Inter-Spitzen, Junior SRL by Adèle Zibetti and Soulis Kuehnis. And I need not forget to mention the addition of the new and inventive fibre “NaiaTM from Eastman.”

Overall, the exhibition proved to be a fine show of the lightest, finest and sheer softest intimates, swim and athleisure wear. May this success carry forward onto the next show in July.

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About The Author

Cait Biller

Social Media Correspondent has always followed an artistic path, from her choice of graphic design at university, to working in print design, photography, illustration and abstract painting. She is inclined to see fashion as an art form in motion, as a visual conversation, which allows people to express themselves. She love’s how diverse and dynamic the industry has become, and as an ever- changing reflection from the differing desires and opinions of each individual. With a keen eye for detail, Cait likes to call herself a creative observer. In her spare time she regularly likes to visit museums and watch live music. The ideal night out is an evening at a jazz bar, with the ultimate goal to travel the world, reporting on social media for the magazine. Follow Cait as she reports on the fashion events around the world.

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