- story by MaterialDistrict
Sensitive fabrics are fabrics with technological properties, consisting of a combination of Lycra, protected by microfibres, and polyamide. The material is very thin, up to 50 per cent thinner than common wrap-knitted textiles.
The material is made using various manufacturing techniques, including shaping, laser cutting and flocking. Thanks to the extreme fineness and the open structure of the fabric construction, the fabric dries very fast, doesn’t wrinkle, and is very breathing. The material can be enriched with flat inlay-like effects or with embossed decorations with relief effects.