Will hold New York markets in November and May and move to Pier 36 — Basketball City.
— June 25, 2015
Brand to introduce Tailorless program for fall to better accommodate average-size women.
— June 17, 2015
Mexico remains the U.S.’ top supplier of men’s and children’s jeanswear but has fallen behind in the women’s category, where it now ranks fifth in the world.
— June 15, 2015
The Jersey City-based washhouse is hosting Blueprint, a new denim trade show in the Meatpacking District this month. It will feature mills and manufacturers, emerging denim brands and interactive installations that showcase finishing techniques.
For resort, the designer worked one of his favorite fabrics to chic, sleek effect.
— June 12, 2015
The Barcelona show introduced sustainable novelties, such as new takes on knit denim and super-stretch fabrics.
— June 11, 2015
The burgeoning middle class China represents millions of potential new customers for makers of pricy jeans.
— June 10, 2015
Women’s jeans just might be on the cusp of a comeback in the second half of 2015 after years of decline, but for now, the sales figures have continued their downward trajectory.
Denim’s reputation as the most enduring fabric is about to be put to a tough test: Distressed looks are trending, and the manipulations are as resourceful as a Jackson Pollock painting.
The denim upstarts making noticeable inroads on the jeans scene are often taking the direct-to-consumer path.