Woven Poly-viscose stretch check - 178G/M²
Description (AI assisted)
The Woven Poly-viscose stretch fabric is a multicolored checkered fabric, best suited for detailed tailoring needs. Exhibiting a beautiful blend of colors, this check pattern fabric blooms in the Spring Summer season of 2024/2025.
The fabric is mainly composed of high-quality polyester, making up 69% of its composition and of that 69%, 30% is Recycled Poly. Additionally, the fabric contains 29% Rayon and 2% Lycra, introducing an interesting blend of textures that adds to its appeal.
One remarkable attribute of this fabric is its compliance with the Global Recycled Standard (GRS), a testament to its eco-friendly design. This sustainable fabric originates from Vietnam, widely known for its emphasis on quality fabric production.
The fabric measures 146 cm in width, ideal for a broad range of tailoring needs. Its weight is modest, standing at 178 gsm, thus retaining a light, flexible, yet sturdy texture that holds up well to regular usage. Lastly, the fabric bears a regular finish, boasting a smooth touch and sheen that enhances its attractiveness, making it ideal for any tailoring project.
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As Vietnam's premier worsted fabric manufacturer, LPTEX produce 6,000,000m2 of fabric annually, serving as the main supplier for renowned garment companies, both national and international, specialising in men's suits. Our fabrics showcase exceptional features like water-proof, oil-proof, anti-virus, anti-wrinkle, and Coolmax, encompassing a wide array of fibers from wool, viscose, polyester to silk, and linen, leading to the creation of high-value, luxurious fabrics.
With a vertical integration approach, we utilize our own fabric in crafting 100% MADE IN VIETNAM men's suits, meticulously adhering to the stringent standards of markets like the UK, Germany, France, Japan, and more.
About grs (global recycled standard)
Global Recycled Standard (GRS) is a certification promoted by Textile Exchange that verifies recycled content in a fabric or textile products (min. 50%). Different from the Recycled Claim Starndard (RCS) which only certifies the recycled content in a product, GRS also covers additional social and environmental requirements related to processing and chemical use.
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