Cupro Bemberg Lining Fabric is the most advanced and luxurious lining fabric in the world. It’s a breathable, lightweight, and soft fabric that drapes well. It is also highly durable and resistant to tears. This makes it a perfect choice for jackets and overcoats. It can also be found in dresses and skirts. It is available in a wide range of colors and comes in different weaves such as satin, taffeta, jacquard, and stripes.
The main function of a lining fabric is to control moisture and breathability. Since it’s situated between your skin and the outer layers of your suit, it needs to be able to absorb any sweat from the body, store it without making you feel clammy, and release it so that you can stay comfortable in hot, humid conditions.
Interestingly, Bemberg does all of that and more. It has a unique crystalline structure that allows it to absorb the moisture from your body and quickly release it into the air. It can do this up to 2.7 times faster than polyester, which is why it’s considered the most effective lining fabric in terms of moisture control.
To further control moisture and breathability, Bemberg linings have small channels within the fibers that allow water and air to pass through them. This makes them more breathable than other fabrics such as cotton and silk, which have much coarser fibers that don’t provide as much flexibility or airflow.
In addition, Bemberg linings have amazing heat-releasing properties. They can generate 11.1 times more warmth than polyester and 9.5 times more than cotton when they’re soaked with moisture. In comparison, polyester linings are stiff and scratchy. Bemberg linings are also more wrinkle-resistant and can be easily ironed.
The final thing to note about Bemberg linings is that they’re yarn-dyed, which means that the color is dyed into the fibers before it’s woven together. Most other linings are piece-dyed, which is much quicker and less expensive than yarn-dying. But Bemberg takes it one step further by offering a range of patterns, including jacquard and stripes, and also by using their own Bemberg Stretch.