Fashion is set to contradict the global political landscape, looking instead to draw from diversity, highlight ethnic influences and inject an infusion of vibrant colors.
Pointing to four key trends for both women’s and menswear at a Sourcing at Magic seminar Tuesday, Fashion Snoops women’s fashion director Melissa Moylan outlined what apparel makers will need to keep their eyes on.
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Li & Fung is clearing some things off of its plate in order to focus on creating the supply chain of the future.Read more
Cotton USA is stepping up cotton’s capabilities and its latest apparel innovation may mean better performance in yoga for consumers who practice.Read more
If factories were caterpillars, they’d be going through the metamorphosis phase, where the resulting butterfly is akin to the digital factory—the beautiful new iteration of what the factory used to be.Read more
The H&M Foundation and HKRITA collaborated on an innovative apparel recycling eco-system at DesignInspire 2017 to boost fashion circularity.Read more
A consortium of government organization, labor groups and academia has launched a three-year project in Myanmar to improve the work environment in the country's garment sector.Read more
The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) is ZDHC Roadmap to Zero Programme’s newest Accepted Certification Standard.Read more