Business Features

Field Notes: When Fabric Goes Next Level

Materials are enhanced for Dagsmejan and Cone Denim as they each debut new innovations in the sector.

clock September 25, 2020Tracey Meyers

Jennifer Betka, Indigo Ag

Business Features

Sustainable Tech Firm Talks Nature-Based Climate Solutions

Indigo Ag creatively promotes environmental sustainability through its microbiology and digital technology.

clock September 24, 2020Tracey Meyers

Jeans crafted from Roica Cradle to Cradle Gold Level certified denim.

Business Features

Fashion Positive Launches Industry’s First Circular Materials Guidelines

Its guidelines aim to align the fashion industry on circularity.

clock August 26, 2020Tracey Meyers

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Government and Trade

‘Fairness in the Factory But on the Farm,’ Too, Textile Experts Say

In recentering those working in factories and on farms, what role do fiber and textile standards in the industry play?

clock August 12, 2020Kaley Roshitsh

Texworld USA

Business Features

Textiles Went Virtual for Texworld USA’s Summer Edition

Texworld USA and its co-located show Apparel Sourcing USA was presented on an algorithmic digital platform this year.

clock July 28, 2020Tracey Meyers

Lenzing AG

Business Features

How Will COVID-19 Impact the Growth of Sustainable Materials?

Fiber firm Lenzing AG discusses COVID-19’s impact on sustainability, as well as trends and opportunities in the post-pandemic world.

clock July 14, 2020Tracey Meyers


Business Features

Thermore Debuts Premium ‘Ultra-Light’ Sustainable Product

Thermore created Ecodown Fibers Light to meet demands for premium, sustainable thermalinsulation in the market.

clock June 17, 2020Tracey Meyers

Shopping on the first day of reopening of the clothing stores after the lockdown due to the Coronavirus emergency in Milan, Italy, 18 May 2020. Several countries around the world have started to ease COVID-19 lock-down restrictions in an effort to restart their economies and help people in their daily routines after the outbreak of coronavirus pandemic.Coronavirus in Italy, Phase 2, Milan - 18 May 2020

Business Features

Field Notes: Textile Exchange Asks: ‘Where Are We Now?’

Textile Exchange’s new report explores the industry’s shift to “preferred materials.”

clock June 3, 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

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Business Features

Cozy Up While Staying at Home With ‘Nature’s Performance Fabric’

San Francisco-based Frances Austen discusses its love affair with cashmere.

clock May 18, 2020Tracey Meyers

Lux Research

Business Features

New Report Outlines Fashion’s Emerging Material Opportunities

Companies need immediate solutions to address policy changes and consumer demands, according to Lux Research.

clock May 12, 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

Robotic yarn processing at Yadkinville.

Business Features

Field Notes: When Crisis Calls, American Ingenuity Answers

Fiber firm Unifi supplies yarns and fibers to more than 100 companies that produce masks, gowns and PPE for people in need.

clock April 21, 2020Tracey Meyers

The US Capitol on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, DC, USA, 12 January 2019. The current partial shutdown of the US federal government, now the longest in US history, has many federal employees including Secret Service agents and officers working unpaid.The current partial shutdown of the US federal government becomes the longest in US history, Washington, USA - 12 Jan 2019

Business Features

Textile Industry Unites to Produce PPE for the Nation

The NCTO reports on textile brands’ unified response to retool for speedy PPE production.

clock April 13, 2020Tracey Meyers

Unifi's Repreve plant.

Business Features

Field Notes: Sustainability Strides

Fashion industry brands are taking seemingly small but mighty steps toward sustainability.

clock February 24, 2020Tracey Meyers

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