The Puerto Rico Cotton Fund raised $30,000 for victims of Hurricane Maria.
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.
Denim brands Wrangler, Lee and the Wal-Mart Foundation invested in the new dyeing process owned by Indigo Mill Designs.
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.
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.
Apparel manufacturers are struggling against lost orders as a result of the disaster, however.
Datacolor partnered with Hugo Boss to support the brand with its proprietary color measurement technology.
Industry members reflect on the closure of the storied White Oak Mill in Greensboro, N.C.
The two-day festival was held at the Dutchess County Fairgrounds in Rhinebeck, N.Y. on Oct. 21 through 22.
Top color trends for fall include apricot, technicolor palettes and glowing greens.