Florian Heubrandner discusses how the fashion industry should uphold traceability for a better sustainable future.
Ref shoppers can reduce or offset their carbon footprint by opting for wind energy and purchasing “climate credits” on its web site.
Patricia Hong, Andrew Knight and Mark Mechelse discuss.
Brands are seeking hi-tech materials for apparel as performance and fashion continue to collide.
The Kingpins Show will require exhibitors to “meet or exceed” mandatory sustainability standards beginning with its Amsterdam show in April.
The event saw the launch of eco-conscious products and partnerships.
Atelier & Repairs launched its guest residency at 180 the Store in TriBeCa.
Spring looks are focused on green performance blends, Eighties nostalgia and reworked vintage.
Unifi recognized 68 companies as “Champions of Sustainability,” which is a 38 percent increase from last year’s total.
Texworld’s winter edition was held at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center on Jan. 21 to 23 in New York.
Helly Hansen, Houdini, L.L. Bean, Norrøna and Vaude are the first adopters of its new fiber, PrimaLoft Bio.
Unifi will reveal three new products at the Outdoor Retailer Snow Show in Denver.
JETRO’s second annual Japan Textile Salon took place at the Altman Building in New York on Jan. 17 and 18.
Première Vision presented trends for spring 2020 at Pier 94 in New York.