Hyosung FW ’23/’24 Trend Byte 15 – Hyosung Performance Textiles

Trends | December 9, 2022

Hyosung FW ’23/’24 Trend Byte 15

Lewis Hong

Happy Friday, all! We are happy to present our next Practical Aesthetic theme sub-trend is called Fleecy Volume

A comfort-first, and versatile must-have! Fleecy fabric with soft touch, warming, and sustainable characteristics continues to be a key item for everyday essentials. Voluminous teddy-looking fabric offers a cozy tactile update that works equally well indoors or outdoors.

Our recommended yarn and fabric suggestions for Fleecy Volume include:

Hyosung Key Yarns:

  • aerolight: lightweight polyester made with post-consumer PET that has excellent moisture absorbing and quick drying properties due to a C-type hollow core and multi-filament structure, which also provides a super-soft hand for added comfort. 
  • aeroheat: heat generating, moisture managing polyester fiber that absorbs solar and artificial light to radiate thermal energy. Its hollow core cross-section adds superior warmth and light weight.
  • cotna: a cotton-like 1oo% recycled polyester fiber with the touch of a natural fiber and easy-care function
  • regen: 3rd party-certified 100% recycled polyester made from post-consumer PET

Fabric Suggestions:

  • Soft Sherpa
  • Long pile knit
  • Teddy fleece
  • Towel terry

 Please contact us for more information on our textile trends, performance yarns, and fabric suggestions by clicking on the contact button. We will move on to our next Practical Aesthetics theme – Homebound Texture – next week!

FDC FW ’23/’24 Fleecy Volume

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