Bigger isn’t always better, but the Intertextile Shanghai trade show is growing bigger as its customer base demands better-quality product.
The two-day festival was held at the Dutchess County Fairgrounds in Rhinebeck, N.Y. on Oct. 21 through 22.
The company is investing in a more eco-friendly version of the existing Storm System treatment, which makes natural fabrics waterproof and wind resistant.
Demand is up, costs are high and shoppers are watching.
The street location will carry casual looks for men and women in the company’s signature Rambouillet merino wool and premium pima cotton.
Campbell, who begins in the post on Monday, most recently served as president and chief executive officer of Far Bank Enterprises.
Civic is an expansion to performance wear, combining fashion and function by tailoring the collection to meet the demands of its customers’ active lifestyles.
Artist Janice Arnold’s exhibition runs from lacy wisps of wool to rocklike slabs, showing wool felt’s extremes.
After updating raincoats, the designer blends craftsmanship, sustainability and jobs for war refugees at John Sterner: Swedish Knitology.
Mohair is the natural luxury fiber that comes from the fleece of the Angora goat, and 50 percent of the world’s production of mohair comes from South Africa.
The brand showed off a sustainability-themed window, showcasing the biodegradable John Smedley sweater that was buried on the grounds of Clarence House.