The Lycra Company discusses its new product offerings made from 100 percent textile waste.
The Lycra Company and Itochu Corp. launch fibers made from 100 percent textile waste.
Numi sat down with WWD to discuss conscious creation and empowering women through fashion.
Engineers at MIT developed self-cooling fabrics from polyethylene, a material often used in plastic bags.
After a year of ups and downs, ethical fashion brand Voz is reopening its Voz Sanctuary store in a new location.
The fiber firm’s Indigo Color Technology for Tencel branded Modal fibers seeks to strengthen sustainability in denim.
Tricia Carey, director of global business development at the Lenzing Group, on some of the firm’s greatest hits and the sustainability industry at large.
Julien Born, chief commercial officer at The Lycra Company, discusses its take on fiber innovation and sustainability.
Its foray into ready-to-wear is coupled with its mission to educate, empower and provide freedom for its employees.
Lenzing partnered with Textile Genesis to ensure traceability of textiles from fiber to production and distribution.
Indigo Ag creatively promotes environmental sustainability through its microbiology and digital technology.
Its guidelines aim to align the fashion industry on circularity.
In recentering those working in factories and on farms, what role do fiber and textile standards in the industry play?
Texworld USA and its co-located show Apparel Sourcing USA was presented on an algorithmic digital platform this year.
Bvlgari's Jean-Christophe Babin describes diversity and inclusion as an ethos embedded into the renowned brand.