The weeklong trade show centered on spring 2022 runs from Feb. 15 to 19.
The digital textile trade show is a strong asset for Italian spinners in terms of visibility but needs an extra effort to be more compelling business-wise.
Performance, natural fabrics for both men’s suits and women’s ready-to-wear, as well as bold patterns for spring shirts, stole the spotlight at the textile trade show’s first digital-only event.
The textile trade show will be held online only from Feb. 15 to 19.
Amazon’s new Climate Pledge Friendly program is looking to advance sustainable shopping, and it’s tapping into sustainable textile leaders to do it.
The textile trade show’s marketplace made up for the forgone physical fair drawing 1,675 exhibitors and almost 20,000 users.
The Sustainable Apparel Coalition, ZDHC Foundation, Textile Exchange and Apparel Impact Institute are teaming up to align resources.
Italian spinners leveraged the Pitti Connect digital platform to press on and keep their businesses going — in spite of it all.
Although the number of visitors and exhibitors was down, the first physical trade show since lockdown proved the resilience of the Italian textile sector.
Denim scrutiny has led the sector to “innovate faster,” with hope to inspire the rest of the fashion industry in its sustainability journey.
Eileen Fisher and West Elm team in a limited sustainable home collaboration using clothing discards.
While addressing consumers’ safety and health concerns, these “new gen” fabrics pose questions of safety, sustainability and compliance with countries’ regulations.
The Como, Italy-based textile firm is expanding its offer with Progetto 62 centered on creativity, innovation and sustainability.