Published on : Saturday, February 20, 2021
Nassimi’s newest fabric gets its name by combining the words “supple” and “preen.” The Supreen performance fabric marries cutting-edge woven and coated technology to create a unique liquid-barrier textile while also offering a luxurious look and a supple hand. “Preen” references the preening of an aquatic bird, keeping its plumage waterproof and tidy, the company said.
The composite material is constructed of a proprietary silicone blend that is virtually impermeable to any liquid, reactively repelling liquids and preventing stains. “With an impermeable liquid barrier, stain resistance, bleach cleanability and impressive breathability, we are thrilled to introduce Supreen and look forward to seeing how designers and manufacturers leverage its innovation in contract environments and beyond,” said Iwan Nassimi, executive vice president of Nassimi.
The inaugural launch of Supreen will include three new textile in a color palette of deep jewel tones and classic neutrals. The Supreen Winter 2021 Collection includes a textural weave with subtle dimension, a delicately heathered design and a small-scale geometric pattern with dynamic texture. More patterns will be added to the collection in the coming months.
Supreen is currently available exclusively through a handful of fabric distributors including: Anzea Textiles (division of Stinson), Burch Fabrics, Carnegie Fabrics, Coral Inc, Designtex, Fabricut Contract, Justin David Textiles, KB Contract, Knoll Textiles, Paul Brayton Designs, Reliatex, Samelson-Chatelane, United Fabrics, Woeller and Wolf Gordon Inc.
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