With the first 17 pre-made fabrics, produced with traceable materials, Textiles makes it easier for professionals to design better products with better textiles, all directly available to order at byborre.com. Textiles is based on Byborre’s experience with patterns, colors and digital to help creators find the right option for their product.
Byborre Textiles uses material blends that support longevity, made with its signature circular knitting techniques and extensive stock of yarns. As with all Byborre fabrics, all textiles come with a Textile Passport ensuring a fully transparent supply chain from raw material to final product.
The specifically designed first release consists of 17 different textiles available in over 50 colorways on request within 10 days. More releases will follow soon as the Textiles library will grow organically and dynamically over time, Byborre noted.
The current selection in Textiles already consists of a wide variety of end-use options, allowing professionals from apparel to interior, architecture and project development to work with Byborre’s textiles immediately.
“Byboore Textiles is a testimony of what we have learned about knit and textiles over the past decades,” Borre Akkersdijk, co-founder and chief creative officer at Byborre, said. “By listening to and learning from creators, we better understand what they need to use more responsible textiles in their products. This led us to Textiles as the perfect extension of Create. The Textiles library is ever-growing and will contain a wide range of options, varying from textiles that form the base of your product collection to the ones serving as its eyecatcher.”
Byborre works with companies in fashion, sportswear, interior and automotive brands to create conscious and bespoke textiles. In 2020, the company introduced Byborre Create–a textile design tool that operates as a portal between the physical and digital world within the textile industry by democratizing the design and production process. Textiles is available at byborre.com and within Create as of Tuesday, with many more textiles to be added in the near future.