Published on April 25th, 2017 | by Janine Giorgenti


Bamboo: Fashion Forward and Eco-Friendly

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Bamboo Fabrics. Environmentally Sound. Fashionably in.
By Janine Giorgenti

Bamboo Fabrics?


Imagine there was a way for you to look great while benefiting the environment?

Stop imagining.

Did you know that Bamboo could be made into beautiful fabrics with one of the softest touches that fabric can have?

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Manufacturers have now begun producing renewable-energy Bamboo fabrics, that we can now make into suits or sport coats!

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Bamboo fabrics also possess a special characteristic to them; they cool you off as you wear them in the heat! Imagine having a Bamboo suit or sport coat as we approach 90+ degree weather?

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Bamboo fabric is actually made pretty similar to how cotton fabric is made. Fibers from the Bamboo stalk are taken and processed into smaller and smaller strands of fiber, almost like hair. These fibers are the spun together many times over to create yarns, which helps the finished product with abrasion resistance. These yarns are woven together in certain patterns to finally create the finished fabric, ready to be cut and sewn!

Techno-fabrics are certainly game-changers!


Schedule your fitting with Janine Giorgenti at Giorgenti’s Garden City showroom.

Call (516) 200-4088 (office) or (646) 957-6916 (cell).
The Garden City showroom is located at:
1325 Franklin Avenue
Suite 255
Garden City, NY 11530

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About the Author

Janine Giorgenti

For over 25 years, Janine Giorgenti, renowned fashion designer and image consultant – has provided a long line of satisfied clients with unparalleled service and first class made-to-measure custom suits. Featured in the Wall Street Journal, Vogue Magazine, The New York Times, CNN, Fox News, CBS, and other top media outlets – Janine has established a clientele of some of New York’s most successful and discerning professionals – including such New York dignitaries as former New York Islanders legend Bobby Nystrom and chief economist Dr. Irwin Kellner.

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Bamboo: Fashion Forward and Eco-Friendly

by Janine Giorgenti