After nearly three years, Hyosung is looking forward to gathering once again at ISPO Munich this November 28-30th where it will introduce its latest textile solutions that bring significant benefits across the entire value chain.
From Nature to Performance Fiber
As the first company to commercialize bio-based spandex, Hyosung is proud to present its range of textiles and finished garments made with SGS certified creora® bio-based spandex at the show. The yarn is made by replacing petroleum-based resources with bio-derived materials derived from responsibly grown industrial field corn.
On November 28th at 2:30PM in ISPO Hall B2 Future Lab, Claire O’Neill, Hyosung European Marketing Manager, and Patrick Van Waes, PDO Global Marketing Director, CovationBio will present an interesting discussion on the growing importance of bio-derived materials that includes their provenance, positive impact, processing, and product development/application in sportswear.
Sustainable Textile Solutions for an Interconnected Future
Hyosung’s Fashion Design Center (FDC) has surveyed progressive brands and retailers, spanning the US, Europe, and Asia. FDC’s mega-trend is that of an Interconnected Future, which can be summarized under four sub-trends: Sport Smart, Exploration of Outdoors, Practical Aesthetics, and Science of Comfort. At ISPO, FDC will present its FW 23/24 findings. Additionally, concept garments made with textiles featuring Hyosung multi-function yarns, such as its xanadu, a mechanical stretch fiber made from a blend of PET and corn-based materials, and the company’s 100% recycled Mipan regen ocean nylon, will be on display in the booth. Find out which materials and styles major apparel brands will be incorporating into their collections at Hyosung Hall A1, booth 312.