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JP Modatex India and DuPont Biomaterials Launches Spun Yarn Collection

JP Modatex India and DuPont Biomaterials Launches Spun Yarn Collection

JP Modatex India and DuPont Biomaterials Launches Spun Yarn Collection composed of a mix of natural fibers and DuPont Sorona staple fibers.

The collection combines the linen and partially plant-based Sorona fibers to generate spun yarns for dresses, shirting, pants and skirts, jeans, and jackets, among other applications.

The resulting fabric has a sumptuous drape and han feel, as well as comfort stretch and moisture management.

The product fills the gap for stretch linen that is free of spandex and is an excellent choice for designers looking for a long-term solution.

JP Modatex is a ring-spun yarn producer specialising in premium and specialized yarns for fashion and home textiles.

DuPont has a long history of textile invention, having developed groundbreaking fibers including nylon, Lycra, and rayon.

Its Sorona brand, which is made up of 37% renewable plant-based components, provides a high-performing, ethically sourced material solution.

Sorona polymer-based fibers are being employed in a variety of garment applications, including athleisure and sportswear, insulation, swimming, outerwear, suiting, and faux fur, among others.

Dr. Gowri Nagarajan, regional sales and marketing manager, DuPont Biomaterials, said, “In blends of cotton, viscose, and wool, Sorona stretch staple fibers are employed. With Sorona, JP Modatex wishes to take a fresh approach and react to the needs of existing linen customers by bringing comfort stretch to the linen industry. Stretch and linen have never been combined before since spandex and linen cannot coexist.”

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