The latest news in textiles during the coronavirus pandemic.
Andrea Weiss discusses how to make the retail recovery more sustainable.
San Francisco-based Frances Austen discusses its love affair with cashmere.
Outdoor brand Moosejaw and Walmart partnered to create two new outdoor-focused lines.
Brands and retailers can strategically adjust to a new “never normal” on the long road to recovery, according to Accenture.
Companies need immediate solutions to address policy changes and consumer demands, according to Lux Research.
Shutterstock discusses its newfound role during the coronavirus pandemic, and how brands can sensitively and strategically market product.
Spring 2022 colors will lead with a magenta-toned “Orchid Flower,” according to WGSN and Coloro.
This week, we take a look at newly developed, distinctive fabric solutions and partnerships.
Matt Katz, managing partner at SSA & Company, discusses.
For Époque Évolution, it’s all about designing clothes people want to buy, and hold onto.
LIM College’s “Virtual Sustainability Expo” challenged students to develop cotton-based concepts for sustainable fashion businesses.
A Non-Agency discusses the growth of experiential marketing and how it’s evolved during the coronavirus pandemic.