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Designer and Luxury

Calvin Klein to Sponsor Exhibit in Central Park

Calvin Klein Collection will sponsor Drifting in Daylight, a springtime art exhibition winding through New York’s Central Park presented by public arts organization Creative Time, and Central Park Conservancy.

Designer and Luxury

Design Market Worth $479B: Study

The first Altagamma Bain Design Market Monitor was based on the study of 350 Italian and international companies from 30 different countries.

Textiles

China Slowdown Hits Cotton Exports

Indian sellers expect a 41 percent drop this year.

Ready-to-Wear and Sportswear

Body Labs’ 3D Modeling Technology Aims to Simplify Custom-Fit Clothing

The biggest challenge companies producing made-to-measure fashion face may be their own customers, often tasked with the tricky-to-perfect and time-consuming chore of taking and submitting their own measurements.

Textiles

Kering, H&M to Test Recycling Technology

Kering and H&M said they are to test a new recycling technology that separates and extracts polyester and cotton from used garments.

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Textiles

Fiber Price Sheet: March 31, 2015

The last Tuesday of every month, WWD publishes the current, month-ago and year-ago fiber prices.

Intimates and Activewear

Rebecca Taylor Does Swimwear With Giejo

The designer never created swimwear, but always felt there was something lacking in the market.

Ready-to-Wear and Sportswear

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Felix del Toro

Ready-to-Wear and Sportswear

Lululemon’s Felix del Toro Talks Men’s

As Felix del Toro, senior vice president and head of men’s design for Lululemon Athletica, describes the company’s consumer, he works out five or six days a week and may do yoga once a week.

Designer and Luxury

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Italo Zucchelli

Designer and Luxury

Italo Zucchelli on Calvin Klein Men’s

Over the past 13 years at Calvin Klein, the men’s creative director of Calvin Klein Collection has taken the lessons he learned from the “god and goddess of minimalism” to make his own mark on the fashion industry.