Howard Silver (left) with designers Stan Herman and Donna Karan.

Fashion Scoops

Howard Silver, Purveyor of Luxury and Niche Fabrics, Dies

Silver revived his father’s textile business, Jasco Fabrics, becoming a source for nearly every notable American brand.

clock March 13, 2021Kali Hays

Calik Denim

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Calik Denim, Good American Combine Powers for Sustainable Venture

The brands jointly created a new collection with Calik Denim’s sustainable “Selfsized” fabric.

clock January 6, 2021Tracey Meyers

Moncler Grenoble

Business Features

Field Notes: The ‘Ins’ of Outerwear

It’s what’s inside that matters, according to sustainable essentials company Boody and outerwear brand Moncler.

clock December 7, 2020Tracey Meyers

Business Features

Field Notes: These Days, Shoppers are Outdoor Bound

This week, Field Notes discusses ways to get — and stay — outside for creatures of comfort.

clock November 3, 2020Tracey Meyers


Business Features

Fashion and Gear for the Decidedly Outdoorsy

This week’s Field Notes is focused on what’s great outdoors.

clock October 20, 2020Tracey Meyers

Fabiana Filippi's store in Dallas.

Designer and Luxury

Fabiana Filippi to Launch Eco-friendly Capsule in the U.S.

The line will be in organic cotton and part of the spring 2021 collection.

clock July 23, 2020Luisa Zargani

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Short Takes: Amazon, Veja and Must-Read Sustainability News This July

Amazon, Kering, Veja and nonprofits Fashion for Good and AII gear up for more sustainability commitments and e-learning this July.

clock July 8, 2020Kaley Roshitsh


Business Features

As COVID-19 Battle Rages On, Fabric and Fashion Brands Rethink, Retool

Brands and fabric suppliers discuss collaborations and innovations made to fight the coronavirus pandemic.

clock June 10, 2020Tracey Meyers

People emerge from the subway wearing protective face masks at Columbus Circle in New York, New York, USA, 04 March 2020. The city recently announced new cases of the coronavirus, including a patient who is a healthcare worker who had recently travelled to Iran.Coronavirus in New York, USA - 04 Mar 2020

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Will Anti-Viral Apparel Become the Norm Post-COVID-19?

As consumers get back to shopping, the growth and popularity of anti-viral textiles remain in question.

clock June 4, 2020Tracey Meyers

Creora Regen

Business Features

Field Notes: Fabric Repurposed and Reimagined During COVID-19

The latest news in textiles during the coronavirus pandemic.

clock May 26, 2020Tracey Meyers


Fashion Scoops

Moosejaw, Walmart, Launch Two ‘Inclusivity-Focused’ Outdoor Lines

Outdoor brand Moosejaw and Walmart partnered to create two new outdoor-focused lines.

clock May 15, 2020Tracey Meyers

DuPont Sorona

Business Features

Field Notes: When Fabric and Atypical Solutions Collide

This week, we take a look at newly developed, distinctive fabric solutions and partnerships.

clock May 5, 2020Tracey Meyers

Supima Masks

Business Features

Field Notes: A Nod to Masked Heroes

Brands discuss the masks they speedily manufactured and donated to health-care workers.

clock April 14, 2020Tracey Meyers

Wrangler Riggs

Business Features

Field Notes: The ‘No Ghosting’ Vegan Leather, Denim Discoveries

Brands discuss magic fabric innovations and news in the denim market.

clock March 17, 2020Tracey Meyers


Business Features

Première Vision New York Underscores Sustainability, Ethical Production

Première Vision New York was held on Jan. 21 to 22 at Center 415, a new venue for the event.

clock January 27, 2020Tracey Meyers and Alexandra Pastore

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