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Tejidos Royo and Lycra Team Up for New Wovens Capsule Collection

Spanish fashion and fabric firm Tejidos Royo has introduced Fashility, a 14-piece capsule collection of woven trousers, jackets and skirts for men and women featuring premium Lycra brand fiber technologies.

The Lycra Company collaborated with Tejidos Royo to showcase the versatility of its fabrics and the benefits of using Lycra fibers to deliver performance benefits to meet consumer needs and drive sales.

The Fashility collection, which takes its name from the union of fashion and utility, features styles designed to be simple and functional, and constructed with comfort, fit and performance in mind, the companies said. The grouping is inspired by a variety of sources to mesh fashion, like ’90s casualwear with urban sensibilities, combined with functional utility like removable pockets, bumbags and belts with pockets for today’s on-the-go consumer.

A key goal of the line, according to Lycra and Royo, is to give European buyers and retailers reason to think beyond fashion and consider the importance of garment performance when creating a collection.

The collection includes fiber innovations such as Lycra dualFX technology, which combines two fibers to create high stretch fabrics that keep their shape while offering comfort and fit. Garments featuring this patented technology qualify for free Lycra Xtra Life hangtags, designed to inform customers of its benefits.

The line also includes Lycra Shaping technology designed to shape, curves and smooths the wearer for a figure-flattering fit. Qualifying garments are eligible for free Lycra Beauty technology branding hangtags.

Tejidos Royo is a vertical manufacturer that does yarn spinning, Indigo dyeing, weaving, piece dyeing and finishing. The mill’s fabrics meet the standards of health, safety and environmental sustainability under Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certification. The company also participates in the Better Cotton Initiative, which supports respect for workers, developing better crop technologies, and reducing the supply chain’s environmental impact.