Denim fabric today must have characteristics for performance, sustainability or novelty to grab the attention of buyers and consumers.Read more
Cotton organizations battling polyester for market share and consumer image are pushing the natural fiber’s benefits and environmental footprints harder than ever.Read more
As he gets comfortable in his new role as president of Nilit America Fibers, Bob Ferree has a simple focus in a complex world: expanding the reach of the company's nylon fiber.Read more
Cotton prices remain somewhat volatile, but the long-term outlook bodes well for brands and retailers that use the raw material, according to John Devine senior economist at Cotton Incorporated.Read more
This isn’t your parent’s polyester - the scratchy fabric of yesteryear with a low-level environmental standing has evolved into a higher-functioning fiber often derived from recycled material.
At Kingpins, denim mills, vertical manufacturers or fiber firms looked to fabric and weaving innovation to set themselves apart—or at least keep them in the game.
While everyone else is going low, some brands have chosen to go high, opting for premium fibers that they hope will draw a value—not price—oriented consumer.