LIM College’s “Virtual Sustainability Expo” challenged students to develop cotton-based concepts for sustainable fashion businesses.
The new ads are intended to celebrate the progress of women in the workforce over the past 75 years.
The Cotton Style House Collection will come to life July 26 to 28 for an immersive pop-up fashion and lifestyle experience in Montauk, N.Y.
The two organizations have come together at the Americana at Brand shopping center for an ath-leisure-dedicated weekend space.
The fully interactive video will be available online at Who What Wear beginning next Thursday.
A Cotton Incorporated survey found environmental improvements are important, but not if they cut into sales.
Under the alliance, antiodor solutions will be brought to cotton knit and woven fabrics.
Throughout 2017 and beyond, the two brands will work together to explore opportunities to make cotton even more long-lasting and durable.
The Blue Jeans Go Green Gallery will feature custom artwork by New York artists Curtis Kulig, Baron von Fancy and Jeremy Penn.
The patented technology addresses two key concerns of the textile industry — sustainability and traceability.
The program recognizes U.S. cotton industry leaders that have made significant contributions to it or the cotton industry.
The bricks-and-mortar installations will feature Hailee Steinfeld in versatile and on-trend cotton looks.
The Fabricast collection is a series of cotton and cotton-rich fabrics developed by the product development team at Cotton Inc.