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New York Textiles Summit to Focus on Material Reuse and Recycling

A group of fashion companies and government groups will discuss textile reuse and recycling at the New York Textiles Summit at New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology on Oct. 31.

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Aday Brings Clothing of the Future to Retail With a New Approach

For Nina Faulhaber, co-founder of Aday, the “clothing of the future” should take materials that have been developed with special characteristics and combined with a new approach to how people dress.

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Advancements in Cotton Activewear Could Give the Synthetic Kind a Run for Its Money

Cotton hasn’t been first to mind when it comes to performance apparel, but brands are tapping the natural fiber for their in-demand activewear, and the gap between what cotton can do and what synthetics can do may be shrinking.

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Technical Textile Growth Set to Soar—But Can We Sustain the Eco Impact?

Fibers are doing more than they’ve ever done before—from providing functionality to garments, to circulating in a closed loop cycle and being made from old to new again, to eliciting emotional responses from socially conscious consumers—there’s a lot to look at on the bright side of the global fiber sector.

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Naturally Colored Cotton Could Regain Popularity as Companies Seek More Sustainable Solutions

It’s one thing to cultivate organic cotton and use more environmentally friendly dyes to color it, but if the cotton is never dyed at all, it could be entirely more organic.

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