The Week in Denim: What’s Next for Denim Culture?

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Catching up with DL 1961 creative director Sarah Ahmed

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DL 1961 Creative Director Sarah Ahmed shared details with Rivet about the upcoming collection and how the brand continues to marry modern fabrics and fits with timeless blue jean design. (Read More)

What’s next for denim culture?

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During a series of seminars at Denim Première Vision last month, Montfort shared insights about Gen Z and how denim brands can effectively design for and communicate to this emerging generation of consumers. (Read More)

The future of denim design is here

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MYR is software that aims to simplify denim design—to reduce waste, foster collaboration and, above all, nurture creativity. (Read More)

Alice & Olivia debuts ’70s inspired denim brand AO.LA

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Alice & Olivia announced the launch of AO.LA, a new line of women’s denim inspired by Los Angeles’ bohemian mindset and designed in New York City. (Read More)

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Tintex Introduces Naturally Advanced Cotton With Raw Material Strategy

Portugese mill Tintex is switching from the use of conventional cotton and has launched a new fabric range called Naturally Advanced Cotton by Tintex using four different premium and responsibly grown cottons.

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