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Ken Downing Leaving Neiman Marcus

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Business

Fashion Industry Event to Unpack What It Takes to Win at Retail

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Fashion

Is L.A. the Future of the American Runway?

clock March 22, 2019Booth Moore

Textiles

Behind the scenes at the Supima Design Competition.

Textiles

Supima Design Lab to Launch at Paris Fashion Week

The inaugural edition of the Supima Design Lab will feature looks created by the winners of the Hyères festival and Paris-based designers.

clock September 25, 2018Joelle Diderich

Textiles

Messe Frankfurt France to Introduce Leatherworld Paris

The trade fair will join a cluster of shows headed by Texworld due to present Sept. 17 to 20.

clock August 28, 2018Katya Foreman

Penn Textile Solutions

Textiles

What to Watch: Resource Recovery and Circular Economy Drive Textile Innovations

Biodegradable fabrics and sustainable materials with performance properties taken from nature are also among directions shaping the industry’s future.

clock August 27, 2018Katya Foreman and Alessandra Turra

Suzanne Lee with the Modern Meadow design team.

Textiles

What to Watch: Modern Meadow’s Suzanne Lee Discusses the Material World’s New Frontiers

The biofabrication pioneer talked to WWD about the company’s experiments with lab-grown materials headed to the luxury market.

clock August 27, 2018Katya Foreman

Inside Eres's Creative Studio in Paris.

Textiles

EXCLUSIVE: Behind the Scenes at Eres

The luxury French swimwear brand opened the doors of its Paris headquarters and a partner factory to share the process behind its swimwear creations.

clock July 20, 2018Katya Foreman

Splendid Home

Textiles

Splendid to Enter Home Category

The Los Angeles label aims for lifestyle brand status with its foray into home.

clock July 19, 2018Kari Hamanaka

Reda 1865 Fall/Winter 2019 fabrics

Textiles

Traceable Supply Chain Is Key for Italian Textile Companies

Sustainability remained a pivotal talking point at trade show Milano Unica, which closed on Thursday.

clock July 13, 2018Alessandra Turra

Tollegno 1900 Luxury line

Textiles

Performance, Sustainability Seen Key at Upcoming Milano Unica

The international textile trade show will run in Milan this week.

clock July 10, 2018Alessandra Turra

Details at Pitti Filati.

Textiles

Shimmering Yarns Reflect Textile Houses’ Bright Momentum at Pitti Filati

For many Italian spinners, 2018 kicked off on a high note, boosted by exportations that overall grew 5.5 percent in the first quarter.

clock July 6, 2018Sandra Salibian

Tollegno 1900's Harmony textile.

Textiles

Italian Yarn Makers Head to Pitti Filati With Confidence

The increasing cost of raw fibers, currency fluctuations and U.S. import tariffs won’t stop spinners’ positive approach to the textile trade show.

clock June 27, 2018Sandra Salibian

Denim Premiere Vision Paris

Textiles

Sustainability and Fashion Front and Center at Denim Première Vision

Visitor numbers fell to 1,400 at the two-day event, held at the Parc Floral de Paris.

clock May 30, 2018Alex Wynne

Buki

Textiles

Buki Proposes Collagen for Next-Gen Fabric

The Seattle men’s and women’s apparel brand takes the next step in fiber technology with a new collection.

clock May 30, 2018Kari Hamanaka

A seamstress at Biella Manifatture Tessili.

Textiles

Biella Manifatture Tessili Receives Green Certification

The company, controlled by the Marzotto Group, is among the six Italian textile firms to obtain the ISO 14001 certification.

clock May 24, 2018Martino Carrera

Reda 1865 spring 2019 "We were Futurist" textile collection.

Textiles

Reda Group Acquires Italian Wool Specialist

Comero Spa will continue to independently manage its operations under Reda Group’s umbrella.

clock April 24, 2018Martino Carrera

A view of the installation at Milano Unica trends' research for Fall 2019.

Textiles

Milano Unica Unveils Textile Trends for Fall 2019

“Nations to Nations” was the macro trend highlighting a message of unity among people and cultures.

clock March 28, 2018Martino Carrera

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