As of Thursday, July 7, 2016
Textile makers add another dimension to knits with textured striped patterns and rib knits.
Textile designers go green with bright shades ranging from chartreuse to apple for lace, stripes, prints and active knits.
The variegated look of space-dyed yarns adds depth and dimension to active knits.
Rainbow shades in neon brights are a perennial for swimwear and activewear fabrics.
Designers are seeing spots with polka-dot patterns dotting everything from active knits and stretch wovens to chambray and shirtings.
Rich shades of plum give a sophisticated edginess to lace, knits and painterly prints.
Animal prints get wild with candy-colored shades, foil details and new fabrications.
Textile designers dive into the blue palette to add navy and indigo shades to lace, florals, geometric patterns and plaids.
Bold regatta stripes can go nautical for classic jerseys or bold in bright prints on knits and wovens.
The lace trend continues with mills offering everything from traditional patterns and crochets in shades ranging from pastel or deep pinks to printed fabrics that mimic the look of lace.