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It’s the bake way forIssey Miyake in 2016

#Cosmoread: Issey Miyake is decades old in the fabric industry. From initial collection introduced in the city of New York in 1971 to joining the renowned Paris Fashion Week in 1973 it has embarked itself on the globe.

Japan and Japanese are always hunting for new or are usually experimental in nature. This time the renowned fabric brand has tried this method. They have come up with baking technique in cloth making. Yes’ that rightly read.

Issey Miyake has instituted a textile fibre that heaves like structure and gives a fine finish. They are launching it in the 2016 summer spring collection.

Baking and stretching creates long rectangular strips on the cloth which gives a furry and silky feel to the fabric.

Long rectangular strips measuring same are stamped on the cloth with unique adhesive which beautifully builds in the enhancing effect unlike a loaf for bread plumps in a hot oven shared by the company through its website.

Yoshiyuki Miyamae designer for the company Issey Miyake brought in this idea through R&D (Research& Development) process by frequently changing the glue and machine temperatures. This resulted in having a 3D kind of effect on the cloth.

Botanical Delights as the name indicates had emphasized on the tropical nature comprising of dazzling colour and feel with the new stretched and baked expertise.