The NCTO launched its new web site, “Textiles in the News.”
Labor unions settle two “socially conscious” arbitrations — but what does it mean?
The association plans to share insights from a survey of more than 11,000 consumers.
The Brazilian textile and apparel industries are forecast to grow by close to 11 percent in 2018 as the economy improves.
Apparel manufacturers are struggling against lost orders as a result of the disaster, however.
An increase in the quality of domestic buyers and a desire for European brands were major talking points amongst participants.
The textile company is looking to amp up its sustainable yarn business.
U.S. textile groups are hoping for an end to a raw material imports rule favored by Mexico and Canada.
Isaac Dabah received an award from the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee at the Inaugural Sadat Congressional Luncheon on Capitol Hill.
Mercedes Gonzales asks a standing-room only crowd at Texworld if they want to be rich or famous.
A crop of apparel manufacturers and fashion start-ups are opting for secondary cities to make their way.