Première Vision New York will take place at Pier 94 on Jan. 16 to 17.
VF’s charitable foundation is also donating $1 million to support the school, and it will open an office on the school’s research campus.
Technical sports apparel company Human Performance Engineering added subscription services to its business model.
Having designed clothes and prints for the brand in the past, Satu Maaranen has joined Marimekko full-time as head designer of ready-to-wear, bags and accessories.
Textile technology solutions are meeting consumer demand for sustainable apparel, products and services.
The Japan External Trade Organization will host its first Textile Salon on Jan. 17 through 18 in New York City.
Archroma said it has become a signatory of the United Nations Global Compact, a voluntary corporate social responsibility initiative.
YESS aims to eradicate forced labor and the worst forms of child labor out of cotton production.
PrimaLoft said it will showcase an expanded group of fall brand partners at the Outdoor Retailer and Snow Show this month.
Brands and retailers are incorporating locally, ethically made handcrafted items into their product offerings to keep up with consumer demand.
The annual textile show returns to New York on Jan 22-24.
The fabric technology Celliant is categorized as a “responsive” textile.
Lee Jeans’ spring collections for Riders by Lee and Crafted by Lee offer complete outfit concepts and an array of plus-size styles.