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FORM PRESENTATION  -Academic-industrial collaboration-


9th FORM PRESENTATION

 

Theme: The Evolution of GOUSEN “Everyday Wear of superior quality”


Collaborations between academia and industry, aimed at developing human resources for future generations, are also the highlight of each exhibition. This year, based on the theme “GOUSEN”, in cooperation with TORAY INDUSTRIES INC., a synthetic fibre company representative of Japan, the presentation explores the universal appeal of synthetic fibres that will extend into the future and the creation of new values. The theme is “every wear of superior quality,” inspired by the world of elegant, high-quality, French luxury wear. Student works produced with fabrics by TORAY INDUSTRIES INC., exuding a contemporary and futuristic air and creating new forms of expression, will be presented at JFW-JC2016.

 

School name

Group Name

Booth

上田安子服飾専門学校 / UEDA COLLEGE OF FASHION

見る/see

F-2

エスモードジャポン東京校 / ESMOD TOKYO

HERY

F-4

中部ファッション専門学校 / Chubu Fashion College

F

F-3

文化学園大学 / BUNKA GAKUEN UNIVERSITY

N.Y.

F-7

文化ファッション大学院大学 /
BUNKA FASHION GRADUATE UNIVERSITY

Kei Tsubomi

F-8

文化服装学院 / BUNKA FASHION COLLEGE

the carefree

F-5

文化服装学院 / BUNKA FASHION COLLEGE

Rattan

F-1

横浜 f カレッジ / YOKOHAMA f COLLEGE

infix

F-6

Japanese(KANA) order


* Organiser : Fashion Business and Education Council
* Special support : Japan Fashion Week Organization
* Sponsor : UA ZENSEN
* Support : TORAY INDUSTRIES INC.





 

Theme: The Evolution of ‘GOUSEN’/ Introduction to core fabrics
TORAY INDUSTRIES INC.


“crosswarm” “DUVET TRICO” “BODYSHELL DRY”

A functional fashion textile which is an elaborate synthetic compound fabric, including nylon and exploiting the high functionality of mix-spun micro-acryl and rayon fibres.

Polyester knit fabric; combining a specific knitted texture with a sublime nap-raising treatment for triple features: lightness, warmth and softness.

A cool-fashion fabric with dual features; anti-transparency despite pale tonality (e.g. white or light colours) and highfunctionality;sweat-absorbing and swift-drying.


 

logo_PRIDE of GOUSEN


The Toray Group is an integrated chemical industry group, which has developed its business in 23 countries and regions worldwide. Leveraging organic synthetic chemistry, polymer chemistry and biotechnology as its core technologies, the group develops fibres & textiles, plastics & chemicals, as well as IT-related products, carbon fibre composites and environmental engineering materials alongside life science-related products. Toray's fibres & textiles business encompasses all three major synthetic fibres: nylon, polyester and acrylic, covering a range from raw yarns/cotton and textiles to garments and industrial material applications to meet wide-ranging customer needs and with a global network located in China, Southeast Asia, the USA and Europe.
On the occasion of this year’s PTJ (A/W) fair, targeting the 2016 autumn/winter season, Toray will showcase wide-ranging collections - under the theme; "What material can do. What material should do." - featuring the latest fashion fabrics and highly functional materials using cutting edge technology, alongside premium quality textiles, including environmentally-friendly fabrics.


 


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