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Publish Date: 27 July 2022
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Natural fibres are being used in increasingly widespread applications with enduring tactility for crafted cosiness. That's why brands include rattan, wicker and bamboo in their collections, creating a reassuring, handmade appearance that offers craftsmanship and traditional techniques.
Fresh white and neutral colours offer a respite compared to more dominant colours. These colours are preferred by leading companies in the industry for their versatile and all-gender appeal. These cosy tones bring calmness, light and serenity to hard products and nurseries. For example, Beaba's pure white air purifier offers freshness, while Lillebaby's organic cotton and natural hemp baby carrier provide a comfortable and eco-friendly solution.
The importance of different shades of green in the baby sector is also increasing. Brands offer a sense of harmony and serenity in their baby gear that integrates with nature. For example, the Hazel stroller has a darker shade of green to blend in with the outdoors, while Bbhugme's pillow offers a soft green tint to provide a homely appeal.
You can see these trends and more at İstanbul Expo Center between 7-10 December 2022. At the 40th International İstanbul Children Baby Maternity Industry Expo- CBME Türkiye, you can closely follow the current developments in the children's textile and fashion products sector. And have the opportunity to expand your sphere of influence thanks to exhibition communication. You can pre-register for the exhibition now.
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