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Gunold: Distinction Creates Added Value

Gunold at the Premiere Vision Accessoires 2015 shows embroidery and ornamental seams for the 2016 Spring/Summer Fashion Season

26.01.2015: Gunold: Distinction Creates Added Value
26.01.2015: Gunold: Distinction Creates Added Value
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How to create products with a certain character? How to add vibrancy to a garment? How to inspire premium quality? Properties as “pleasing to the touch”, durability, high aesthetics of material and color are more in demand than ever. High quality is the prerequisite for beauty and radiance. Personalized ideas guarantee a fascinating uniqueness.

At this year’s edition of the Premiere Vision Accessoires 2015 from February 10 -12, at the Parc d’Expositions, in Villepinte Paris Nord, trade show visitors are invited to figure out the myth inherent in threads. In hall 4, booth C22, Gunold, the renowned German supplier for the embroidery industry, will present their unique and dazzling array of creative embroidery ideas for surface design techniques using a wide variety of different threads.

As the most beautiful form of textile finishing, embroideries are trendy and have finally been re-discovered as embellishments by designers - for obvious reasons: By using simple (embroidery) elements you illustrate quite clearly: " We focus on quality , we do not mass- produce any fashion item, the product and the customer are important to us!"

Creative Adventure with GUNOLD for the Spring/Summer Season 2016

In Paris, the GUNOLD Creative Team is going to present their seasonal inspirations for colors and supplies for the spring/summer season 2016 at their own booth as well as at the “trend area” of the show. „We incorporated the trend topics of the Premiere Vision Show: „Gameplay – Playtricks – Nature Interplay“ and are going to present our very own interpretation for embroidery and surface designs”, explains Stephan Gunold, Head of Marketing at Gunold. .

GUNOLD presents their latest trendy colors for almost all their popular thread qualities like SULKY made of 100% viscose, Cotty made of 100% cotton, Glitter and Mety, the metallic embroidery threads and Glowy, the fluorescent embroidery thread. And for the technophiles among trade show visitors, indispensable supplies like nonwovens and foils for creating premium quality products will be explained and showcased. Specialty fabrics like FELTY, the needle felt fabric, STEP with that lock-stitch optical effect or TWILLY and CANVAY, the twill and canvas fabrics, complete the product range for Paris. ”The way we interpret creative uniqueness will be demonstrated by our latest design patterns. They then speak for themselves“, Stephan Gunold comments. For more information on all the above mentioned products and the wide range of embroidery supplies please refer to www.gunold.de


GUNOLD GmbH holds a key role in the embroidery industry, offering a wide range of products for all your embroidery needs and continuously expanding its state-of-the-art range of upper threads, bobbin threads, stabilisers, needles, as well as effect fabrics, foils and temporary adhesive sprays. GUNOLD and its two subsidiaries in Canada and the USA, with more than 30 distributors and over 100 employees is a well-known and trusted partner for every embroiderer worldwide. The renowned company, based in Stockstadt, Germany offers solely innovative, premium high quality products mainly produced in Europe. The in-house production in Germany and Switzerland of SULKY (viscose embroidery thread) POLY (polyester thread) and BOBBY (bobbin thread) meets highest requirements to protect the environment. Since 2003 GUNOLD has been dedicated to inspiring people of the embroidery industry through specialist education and training. A great number of embroiderers, digitizers and key players of the fashion industry have already attended the annually changing seminar program in Germany, Switzerland and Austria. In addition, GUNOLD offers an online shop for registered customers and stays in contact with customers on facebook. The maxim has always been to increase productivity and to inspire creativity in the embroidery industry. www.gunold.de