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What to Expect for Fall 2025


MILAN — Textile-makers are gearing up to present their new collections at trade shows this summer.

The trend so far is pointing to fabrics that are soft, bright and colorful with a focus on sustainability and upcycling.

Here, a roundup of the key trends to expect.

Loro Piana’s Cashmohair is 70 percent cashmere-blended with 30 percent mohair fabric aimed at women’s ready-to-wear and creates a three-dimensional, slightly ruched and luminous texture. RWS-, RMS- and SFA-certified for cashmere and mohair, both are sourced from farms that meet stringent requirements regarding the animals’ well-being and quality of life as well as land management practices.

Loro Piana's cash mohair fabric.

Loro Piana’s cash mohair fabric.

Courtesy of Loro Piana

Reda’s 8004 is a high quality combed 100 percent cashmere fiber and it is intended for blazers, overshorts and field jackets. 

Reda’s 8004 fabric

Reda’s 8004 fabric

Courtesy of Reda

Reda’s 7566 is a fabric blend of merino wool and 7 percent cashmere. Washable, wrinkle-free, odor-resistant and with thermoregulation qualities, it is suitable for shirts. The wool is ZQ certified. 

Reda’s 7566 fabric

Reda’s 7566 fabric

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Fabric D0911 from Reda is a blend of merino wool and 15 percent cashmere. Intended for T-shirts, it is washable, wrinkle-free, odor-resistant and has thermoregulation qualities. In terms of sustainability, the wool is ZQ certified. 

Reda’s D0911 fabric

Reda’s D0911 fabric

Courtesy of Reda

Manteco’s Bi Gala is available in different compositions based on the percentage of its registered ReviWool fabric blended with polyamide. Suitable for heavy shorts and outerwear, it is designed to be recyclable into a new fabric through Manteco’s project 43. The extra-fine and premium look and texture are achieved by its newly developed and patented double and splittable weave, which also gives a drapey, round yet compact hand feel. The company claims it provides strong resistance to pilling, rubbing and tearing.

Manteco's Bi Gala fabric.

Manteco’s Bi Gala fabric

Courtesy of Manteco

Chargeurs PCC presents Thermo+, a collection of low environmental impact waddings for padding. The product is composed of 90 percent of Repreve, upcycled polyester from post-consumer and post-industrial waste, 5 percent recycled polyester and 5 percent virgin polyester and it’s available in five weight versions ranging from 40 to 120 gm. Chargeurs said it offers high performance in terms of softness, thermal insulation and flexibility. Suitable for a wide range of garments, from the most technical to high-end tailoring.

Chargeurs PCC Thermo+ Repreve product

Chargeurs PCC Thermo+ Repreve product

Courtesy of Chargers PCC

Zegna Baruffa Lane Borgosesia’s Palladium is a slub yarn made of 85 percent cashmere and 15 percent ultra-fine merino wool with a textured effect.

Zegna Baruffa Lane Borgosesia’s Palladium slub yarn

Zegna Baruffa Lane Borgosesia’s Palladium slub yarn

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Servizi e Seta’s Lampur is a knitwear-intended crisp and gauzed 100 percent GRS-certified recycled silk yarn with a fancy texture, depth and three dimensionality.

Servizi e Seta’s Lampur yarn

Servizi e Seta’s Lampur yarn

Courtesy of Servizi e Seta

Lanificio dell’Olivo’s Kris is an Andean alpaca yarn that combines softness and resistance without compromising lightness. It is available in basic colors, as well as burgundy and Havana orange.

Lanificio dell’Olivo’s Kris Andean alpaca yarn

Lanificio dell’Olivo’s Kris Andean alpaca yarn

Courtesy of Lanificio dell’Olivo

Tollegno 1900’s Cosy Multicolor is a 96 percent extra-fine merino wool and 4 percent textured nylon blend, offered in a new multicolor mélange version.

Tollegno 1900’s Cosy Multicolor blend

Tollegno 1900’s Cosy Multicolor blend

Courtesy of Tollegno 1900

Botto Giuseppe’s Naturalborn Vicuna is a 100 percent vicuna yarn sourced in the Andes, which maintains softness and lightness.

Botto Giuseppe’s Naturalborn Vicuna yarn

Botto Giuseppe’s Naturalborn Vicuna yarn

Courtesy of Botto Giuseppe/Davide Maestri

Monticolor’s Hug Merino is a blend of 50 percent extra-fine, RWS-approved merino wool and 50 percent biologic cotton, the latter adding texture and depth to knitwear.

Monticolo'r Hug Merino fabric

Monticolo’r Hug Merino fabric

Courtesy of Monticolor

Cariaggi’s Voluta is a bouclé yarn made of 76 percent cashmere yarn in multiple colors and 24 percent silk, which adds depth to shades while enhancing softness.

Cariaggi’s Voluta bouclé yarn

Cariaggi’s Voluta bouclé yarn

Courtesy of Cariaggi

Vitale Barberis Canonico’s Saxon Wool fabrics range from 300 to 600 grams in weight. The Flannel option is lightweight worsted flannel, perfect for suits and developed in mélange plains in blues, grays, natural colors and sage green. The Saxony is soft, has a compact handle and weighs 370 grams. It is available in stripes, Prince-of-Wales, micro-designs and overchecks in natural tones, blues, grays and sage greens. The full-bodied double Melton fabric is designed for raw cut garments and is available in mélange, blues, grays and natural tones.

Vitale Barberis Canonico' Saxon fabrics

Vitale Barberis Canonico’ Saxon fabrics

Courtesy of Saxon

Vitale Barberis Canonico’s Pure Cashmere fabric ranges from 250 to 330 grams. It guarantees durability and crease-resistance but the 100 percent cashmere gives the fabric a particular luster and softness and warmth. It is available in a color palette in classic blues, grays and natural tones. 

Vitale Barberis Canonico’s Pure Cashmere fabrics

Vitale Barberis Canonico’s Pure Cashmere fabrics

Courtesy of Vitale Barberis Canonico

Vitale Barberis Canonico’s Hope is a fabric made of 66 percent Moretta wool blended with a viscose from the lotus flower. The two fibers create micro-designs, houndstooth and Prince-of-Wales motifs.

Vitale Barberis Canonico’s Hope fabric

Vitale Barberis Canonico’s Hope fabric

Courtesy of Vitale Barberis Canonico

Eurojersey’s fabric comes from the Sensitive Fabrics range, nylon and elastomeric fiber blended with Reda merino wool jersey through a coordinated system of technical stretch fabrics, a registered innovative technology. Breathable, thermoregulating and soft-touching, it is suitable for tailor-made styles.

Eurojersey' Sensitive fabric blended Reda Merino wool

Eurojersey’ Sensitive fabric blended Reda merino wool

Courtesy of Eurojersey

Lineapiù’s Plume is a 18 percent mohair kid, 18 percent extra merino wool, 64 percent polyamide fiber yarn. RMS-approved, the fancy yarn is characterized by a mohair core woven with petals, which gives a cut fabric effect for textured and three-dimensional effects.

Lineapiù’s Plume yarn

Lineapiù’s Plume yarn

Courtesy of Lineapiù

Lineapiù’s Macarena is part of the Filclass collection and is a 63 percent merino wool, 25 percent cotton and 12 polyamide fiber yarn. RCS-approved, the fancy yarn is characterized by a printed bouclé structure scattered with contrasting cotton curls. 

Lineapiù’s Filclass collection Macarena yarn

Lineapiù’s Filclass collection Macarena yarn

Courtesy of Lineapiù

Albini Group’s 4Flex Ticinese, 100 percent American Supima cotton, is a four-way stretch fabric obtained thanks to a particular type of weaving made with a circular machine specialized in the production of knitwear. This type of cotton fiber was declared scientifically traceable by Oritain.

Albini Group’s 4Flex Ticinese stretch fabric

Albini Group’s 4Flex Ticinese stretch fabric

Courtesy of Albini Group

Tessuti Di Sondrio’s Herbarium 66 is pure wool suitable for suits, pants, over jackets and trenches. It’s dyed with pigments obtained by plants.

Tessuti di Sondrio's Herbarium wool fabric

Tessuti di Sondrio’s Herbarium wool fabric

Courtesy of Tessuti di Sondrio

25310’s Maglificio Maggia is 100 percent cashmere fabric, intended for luxury lightweight  outerwear, warm and comfortable. 

Maglificio Maggia’s 25310 fabric

Maglificio Maggia’s 25310 fabric

Courtesy of Maglificio Maggia

21138’s Maglificio Maggia is a 63 percent cashmere and 37 percent silk fabric. Weighing 200 grams, it’s suitable for lightweight jackets. 

Maglificio Maggia’s 21138 fabric

Maglificio Maggia’s 21138 fabric

Courtesy of Maglificio Maggia

55697’s Maglificio Maggia is 32 percent linen, 40 percent cashmere and 28 percent upcycled wool. Suitable for outerwear, it features a mélange color and a structural design. 

Maglificio Maggia’s 55697 fabric

Maglificio Maggia’s 55697 fabric

Courtesy of Maglifico Maggia

57108’s Maglificio Maggia is 57 percent cotton, 39 percent upcycled wool and 4 percent cashmere. Intended for jackets and overshirts, thanks to new printing technologies it gives a high definition of the prints, which creates a flannel effect. 

Maglificio Maggia’s 57108 fabric

Maglificio Maggia’s 57108 fabric

Courtesy of Maglificio Maggia

51146’s Maglificio Maggia is an 80 percent upcycled wool, 14 percent cashmere, and 6 percent polyamide fabric. It is a flannel suitable for overshirts and jackets. Benefits include no pilling, a soft touch and is available in a mélange color. 

Maglificio Maggia’s 51146 fabric

Maglificio Maggia’s 51146 fabric

Courtesy of Maglificio Maggia

55687’s Maglifico Maggia is a 37 percent upcycled wool, 16 percent cashmere and 47 percent cotton fabric. Usually it’s intended for jackets thanks to its technique to make a spike-like pattern on the fabric. 

Maglificio Maggia’s 55687 fabric

Maglificio Maggia’s 55687 fabric

Courtesy of Maglificio Maggia

Lanificio Piemontese’s fabrics range from a 100 percent RWS-certified virgin wool or wool to one blended with 1 percent of GOTS-certified cotton. It is intended for suits and overcoats. 

Piacenza 1733’s Rock me and My soul fabrics

Lanificio Piemontese’s Rock Me and My soul fabrics

Courtesy of Piacenza 1733

Piacenza 1733’s fabrics of baby camel wool yarn and the blend of virgin wool and cashmere are intended for suits and overcoats. 

Piacenza 1733' fabrics

Piacenza 1733′ fabrics

Lanificio F.lli Cerruti dal 1881’s overcheck super 130 and jacquard overcheck super 150 are 100 percent virgin wool. The herringbone fabric is 60 percent virgin wool, 36 percent linen and 4 percent cashmere, both intended for suits and overcoats.

Lanificio F.lli Cerruti dal 1881’s fabrics

Lanificio F.lli Cerruti dal 1881’s fabrics

Courtesy of Piacenza 1733



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