Sustainability is not marketing, but a necessity for Brazilian luxury swimwear brand Satya Beachwear.
Texworld USA and its co-located show Apparel Sourcing USA was presented on an algorithmic digital platform this year.
The SAC’s web site reveals staff changes and new board members with a focus on academia and supply chain experts.
Formerly vice president of the Italian federation, Marcolin will succeed Claudio Marenzi in the new role.
While addressing consumers’ safety and health concerns, these “new gen” fabrics pose questions of safety, sustainability and compliance with countries’ regulations.
Fiber firm Lenzing AG discusses COVID-19’s impact on sustainability, as well as trends and opportunities in the post-pandemic world.
The industry is expected to contract by 20 percent this year as the sector battles with overseas brands about order payments.
Swedish-Swiss sleepwear brand Dagsmejan discusses key differences between antibacterial and antiviral fabrics.
Edizione’s clothing and textile division represented 6.8 percent of total sales, standing at 1.23 billion euros as the holding plans to support the companies it controls “to ensure their growth and development also by engaging partners that will share strategy and governance.”
Thermore created Ecodown Fibers Light to meet demands for premium, sustainable thermalinsulation in the market.
A U.N. agency projects global trade overall in value terms will contract by 27 percent in the second quarter.
Convinced that sustainability is an engaging subject, Giusy Bettoni, the founder and ceo of CLASS, is adding new services to her consultancy helping brands to better communicate their green efforts.
As consumers get back to shopping, the growth and popularity of anti-viral textiles remain in question.