Women’s wear is our core business. The new perspectives of digital printing present us with a range of applications previously undreamt-of. Here are some examples.
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For our customer Rich Friday, we realise extraordinary, trend-setting textile prints for men’s shirts! The fabrics are characterised by a high level of wearing comfort in combination with the reliability one can expect in men’s shirts.
When thinking about Hanno Stoffe, hardly anybody would expect that we can also bring shoes to life – children’s shoes, in this case. With almost unlimited possibilities in terms of colours and patterns, we make children’s hearts leap for joy. Hanno’s durable digital prints and short periods for delivery enable our customers to react quickly to new trends.
It doesn’t always have to be blouses. We were asked by a young sportswear brand to supply the fabric for the production of bandanas. These stylish headdresses are often worn in rough outdoor environments – a wonderful example demonstrating the durability and quality of digital prints with nearly an unlimited range of design possibilities.
In collaboration with Johanna Michel, a design professor at the University of Applied Sciences for Engineering and Economics (HTW) Berlin, we were asked to produce several limited-edition art prints for the US fashion label Rubin & Chapelle. We are delighted that our prints are as convincing in the US market as they are here in Germany.