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Crimplene was a synthetic clothing fabric developed by ICI Fibres in the United Kingdom. It was named after Crimple Valley where the company was based.

It was a wrinkle-resistant cloth, which retained its shape and colour well, and was used by designers in the 1960s-70s as a symbol of modern, space-age fashion.

Clothes that were made from crimplene could be produced in bright, colours and patterns and the fabric was responsible for the vibrant look of fashions of the era.

Catalogue Reference 39895

Year 1971


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