The Markets


Page 5 of 90
denimdepth2014, Orta Anadolu, Isko Candiani, Kaihara Kuroki, Cone Denim, White Oak, textile, fabric, selvedge, denim, Orta Anadolu, Christina Brocato, Amsterdam, New York, Los Angeles, Istanbul, Levis, Woolmark, Disel, Formichetti, CoolMax, Mavi, DL1961

Telling the Textile Tale: Denim Focus Turns to Fabric

With jeans again focused more on fit and fabric and less on color, there’s a push for the branding of denim.

Gladson, Michael Kors, Charles Harbison, Michael Soloman, Queen Elizabeth, Justin MacInerney

Gladson Pushing Made in England Fabrics

The company is working to promote British fabrics in the American market.

Martex Expands Fiber Production

Fiber reclamation line added to Spartanburg, S.C., facility.

FTC Ruling Favors Fur, Retail Industry

The Federal Trade Commission has issued a final rule in its review of the Fur Products Name Guide, handing a victory to the fur and retail industry.

Gilbert Fossoun Houngbo, Bangladesh, Rana Plaza, Labor law,

Bangladesh From the Labor View

Here, Gilbert Fossoun Houngbo talks about the changes in the last year, and what more needs to be done.

Nike Makes Sustainable Strides

The company released its latest Sustainable Business Performance Summary, providing an update on performance against business, labor and environmental goals.

Invista Launches Bio-Derived Lycra

The introduction represents a major development for one of the company's core products and a larger commitment to sustainability.

Bangladesh, RSI Apparels, Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety, factory, closurers, worker safety, wages, manufacturing

Alliance Pays Displaced Workers as Inspections Continue

As workers at RSI Apparels gathered for their payments after their factory was shut down, there was a scramble to check and countercheck identities last week.

Gildan Profits Rise 9.5% in Q2

The Montreal-based knitwear and underwear firm also said that it will build a new textile facility in Costa Rica.

Alliance Seeks Closure of Five Factories in Bangladesh

The alliance said it will compensate 350 workers who will be temporarily laid off while the factory owners work to remediate the problems.

Kenneth Kunberger Named CEO of ITG

Succeeds Joseph Gorga, who will retire at end of May.

Nike, FuelBand, Samsung, Galaxy Gear, wearable tech, Apple, iWatch, Smart Fabrics and Wearable Technology Conference, San Francisco, textiles, sensors, Reebok, Checklight, 3-d printing, LEDs, fashion, technology, R&D

Wearable Tech Still Seeks Its Place

The true believers were out in force at the Smart Fabrics and Wearable Technology Conference in San Francisco last week.

News from WWD

Sign upSign up for WWD and FN newsletters to receive daily headlines, breaking news alerts and weekly industry wrap-ups.

getIsArchiveOnly= hasAccess=false hasArchiveAccess=false