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Cornell University, textiles, gold, silver, nanotechnology, department of fiber science and apparel design,

Fashion Meets Science In Cornell Laboratory

Students in the fiber science and apparel design department are applying nanotechnology to textiles with some revolutionary results.

sustainability, recyling, polyester, organic, cotton, Textile Exchange, Unifi, Huntsman, Wattwash,

New Focus on Next Gen Fabrics

From recycled goods to waterless treatments, production methods turn innovative.

Premiere Vision, Texworld, Spin Expo, International Apparel Sourcing Show, Kingpins Show, cotton, Fessler, Lenzing, David Sasso, Buhler Quality Yarns, Laguna Fabrics, STC Textile, Ronald Sheridan, Solstiss Lace,

Pivotal Point Emerges for Fabric Firms

All the elements are there to believe a new era has dawned for the global textile industry.

New York Textile Shows, International Apparel Sourcing Show, Home Textiles Sourcing Expo, Lenzing Fibers, Santanderina, Spin Expo,

New York Preview: Fabric Shows Provide Timely Forum

Attendance across Texworld USA, the International Apparel Sourcing Show and Home Textiles Sourcing Expo is expected to reach 6,000.

Prince Charles Unveils Wool Campaign

Initiative to boost exports of British wool targets retailers, consumers.

Spring 2011 Textiles:
Drawing Connections

Designers cracked open their art history books, referencing abstract expressionism, the psychedelic Sixties and Modernism in their latest splashy prints.

Textiles Trend Spring 2010:
Glad Tidings

New York textiles week promises light colors, playful textures and a general sense of optimism from mills and designers.

Textile Shows Shuffle Logistics

In New York, textile show producers are spreading out their dates for the convenience of their show-hopping attendees.

michael bastian, zachary prell, Charles Tyrwhitt, ike behar, ignatious Joseph, Milano Unica, Pitti, Première Vision, men's shirts,

Buyers Gear Up for European Fabric Shows

Designer and fabric buyers discuss what they're hunting for at Milano Unica, Pitti, Première Vision and Spin Expo NY.

Calais International City of Lace and Fashion, museum

Calais Cuts Ribbon on Lace Museum

A 19th-century red-brick factory reopened in Calais, the capital of lace, last week as a museum dedicated to the fabric it once produced.

Fall 2009 Textile Trend: Creation Theory

This fall, fashion houses rolled out collections featuring materials that not only demonstrated the technical prowess of the mills, but also creativity.

Apparel and Textiles Imports Fall 2.1 Percent in October

Shipments to the U.S. have declined for the eight consecutive month.

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