Dropel poached Kwaku Temeng, a former director of Under Armour’s Open Innovation Lab, to become its chief technology officer.
Designers need to be supply chain connectors instead of one step in the process, according to a new study released by the CFDA.
In Lectra’s latest research on the fourth industrial revolution, new opportunities to improve margins and conserve unnecessary costs flourish.
Material Connexion will introduce its “Innovation Wall” as a textile design service for fashion brands.
Unifi has recycled more than 10 billion plastic bottles for its Repreve fiber.
The company specializes in making jewelry for fashion brands throughout the entire process.
Denim brands Wrangler, Lee and the Wal-Mart Foundation invested in the new dyeing process owned by Indigo Mill Designs.
The store is Reformation’s “first tech-enabled store” in New York.
The annual Project Help Us Give Gala celebrated its 62nd anniversary and honored industry leaders Lenzing Fibers and Jockey International.
S’well cites textiles as a muse for the company’s decorative signature silhouette bottles.
Invista entered a definitive agreement with Shandong Ruyi Investment Holding to sell its apparel and advanced textiles business.
Resonance enables fashion designers to build businesses by providing an engine for small brands.
Archroma partnered with New Zealand-born brand Kathmandu to create a “vintage-casual look” for the company’s new capsule collection.
Oeko-Tex announced that PVH Corp. will begin communicating its Standard 200 by Oeko-Tex certification to consumers.