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Tiffany Shares Dive as U.S. Sales Weaken

Troubles prompted a weaker outlook for the year.

Jobs up, But Execs Low Key

NEW YORK -- Don't pop those champagne corks just yet.

That's the word from textile executives who warned that d

2nd L.A. Show: No Go for Now

NEW YORK -- It appears that Jim Gordon's effort to mount a second textile show in Los Angeles is over -- for…

Cotton’s Big Night Out

NEW YORK -- "This has turned into one of the great years for the U.S. cotton industry, as we look to have the…

Shorts Help Fuel Denim Boom

NEW YORK -- Energized by a robust second half of 1994, denim mill executives are moving with enthusiasm into…

Demand, Prices Up

NEW YORK -- The last few months were fairly good ones for many in the textile business, but executives said…

DuPont Rolling Out a Micromattique at 70 Denier, A Third of Silk Fiber’s Width

NEW YORK -- DuPont said Wednesit is adding to the luxe quality of microfibers with a new version of its…

Courtaulds Certifies Tencel

NEW YORK -- Courtaulds PLC, which for the past 10 months has been working to expand production capacity for…

Fibers Outlook Not So Rosy

NEW YORK -- Climbing prices of raw materials have polyester producers scrambling to maintain their…

12 Industry Groups Join Push for Rule-of-Origin Amendment

NEW YORK -- Twelve textile and apparel industry associations have thrown their support behind the…

Cotton Inc. Names Designers it Will Sponsor at 7th on Sixth

WASHINGTON -- For the second time, Cotton Incorporated will give four young designers the chance to show…

TDA Takes up Arms Against Gatt Accord

NEW YORK -- The Textile Distributors Association announced Wednesday that it has become the first textile…

Forte: New Cashmere Game

WOONSOCKET, R.I. -- The way Richard Forte sees it, both the tight supply of cashmere and the rising price of…

The Greening of Blue Jeans Mills Have Been Developing Cleaner Ways to Make Denim

NEW YORK -- Denim, historically not one of the textile industry's more environmentally friendly segments, is…

Analyst Tells KTA U.S. Knits Growing

NEW YORK -- "Happy days are here again -- for some, if not most, knitters."

That's how Jay Meltzer, a vice…