At the 2018 Textile Sustainability Conference in Milan, circular economies, shared standards and customer engagement strategies emerged as key in shaping the conversation on sustainability.
New York’s sheep and wool festival drew more than 30,000 attendees and 300-plus vendors.
The book, released earlier this month, dives into what it requires to manage today’s fashion apparel supply chain.
The increasing cost of raw fibers, currency fluctuations and U.S. import tariffs won’t stop spinners’ positive approach to the textile trade show.
The company, controlled by the Marzotto Group, is among the six Italian textile firms to obtain the ISO 14001 certification.
The NCTO launched its new web site, “Textiles in the News.”
Labor unions settle two “socially conscious” arbitrations — but what does it mean?
The association plans to share insights from a survey of more than 11,000 consumers.
The Brazilian textile and apparel industries are forecast to grow by close to 11 percent in 2018 as the economy improves.
Apparel manufacturers are struggling against lost orders as a result of the disaster, however.
An increase in the quality of domestic buyers and a desire for European brands were major talking points amongst participants.
The textile company is looking to amp up its sustainable yarn business.
U.S. textile groups are hoping for an end to a raw material imports rule favored by Mexico and Canada.