GUNOLD GmbH at the PVA, 13-15 September 2016, Paris



GUNOLD GmbH presents new and unprecedented new colors and structures at the PVA in Paris in hall 4 at booth B26 from September 13-15, 2016. For the fall/winter season 2017/18 ideas are inspired by nature or seem to be rather technical in structure, a touch of luxury included. The great diversity of innovative threads developed by the German thread specialist has truly reached a new dimension

COTTY - GUNOLD now offers additional 64 new trend colors, which are available in strengths 30 and 12 together with a new special color card.


Discover a variety of organic shapes inspired by nature bearing a resemblance to stones minerals, sea plants or wood. GUNOLD uses matt threads such as wool-like FILAINE and cotton thread COTTY together with the metallic threads from the METY collection adding accents rich in contrast.

Novel, seemingly tech-inspired effects, fascinate thanks to innovative three-dimensionality. Here the viscose thread SULKY, the shiny foil thread GLITTER and the metallic thread METY play a major role and surprise with new geometric shapes.

Imperfection, random constructions and irregular shapes add a touch of luxury and present a new way of showing the multifaceted variety of high-quality threads from GUNOLD. Viscose, cotton, polyester as well as metallic threads are all being used and are sometimes enhanced or framed by the luxury threads POLYMET and FILAMET

The metallic thread METY (a metal coated polyester/polyamid thread) adds shimmering effects in glamorous gold and silver tones to any project. 30 »coloured« shades also ensure colorful diversity.


“We are looking very much forward to this year’s fall edition of the PVA“, Head of Marketing Stephan Gunold remarks. He and his team are well prepared for this important fair in Paris. „We really did go all out to create new ideas for thread variations.”

For the first time these presented at the PVA to inspire designers to create new unusual surface designs for the fall season of 2017/18, and last but not least to highlight a new perceived value of textiles.