Wrangler is working with its suppliers to encourage the adoption of its new foam-dyeing technology.
Renee Henze, the global marketing director at DuPont Industrial Biomaterials, discusses.
Material innovations include the work of Asahi Kasei, a textile firm that recently received the Senken Shimbun Synthetic Fiber Prize.
Bigger isn’t always better, but the Intertextile Shanghai trade show is growing bigger as its customer base demands better-quality product.
European supplier Kvadrat will collaborate with Queen of Raw to increase its supply of dead stock fabrics.
Firms at SpinExpo Shanghai said ath-leisure is continuing to influence demand for yarns blending fashion and function.
The NCTO launched its new web site, “Textiles in the News.”
Andrew Dent, Ph.D., the executive vice president of research at Material Connexion, discusses.
Of the 325 ideas suggested, the standout upcycling one came from a housekeeping supervisor at the Westin Trillium House in Canada.
The launch was announced today at the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists International Conference.
Labor unions settle two “socially conscious” arbitrations — but what does it mean?
The National Council of Textile Organizations and American Fiber Manufacturers Association will merge, effective April 1.
Digital solutions help streamline company-wide processes and mitigate waste, among other environmental stressors.
The company has been working with Li & Fung Ltd. since 2017 to shorten the design and production process.
The company will reveal a range of items boasting advanced technology in addition to holding cocreation studios and collaborative incubators.