The Week in Denim: Lenzing’s New Collaboration Honors Peru’s Indigo Roots

Isko Earth Fit earns EU Ecolabel certification

Isko has snapped up another accolade for its innovations in sustainable manufacturing. The denim mill, a division of Sanko Group, announced this week that Isko Earth Fit has received EU Ecolabel certification. (Read More)

On Trend: Munich street style

Denim drenched with details dominated the last edition of Munich Fabric Start and Bluezone in September. (Read More)

Tommy x Gigi debuts see now, buy now spring collection

Tommy Hilfiger’s second collection co-designed with model, muse and Hilfiger womenswear ambassador Gigi Hadid debuted last week. (Read More)

Lenzing’s new collaboration honors Peru’s indigo roots

Lenzing teamed up with World Textile Sourcing (WTS) to produce a circular knit collection, Inca Indigo, entirely designed, spun, dyed, knitted and sewn in Peru. (Read More)

What’s trending in men’s footwear at Project Sole

The term “smart casuals” is synonymous with men’s footwear, but brands at Project Sole in New York City highlighted some of the sharpest looks yet. (Read More)

Five denim companies making strides in sustainability

The denim community is doing its part in helping sustain a world where the fabric can thrive, along with the people wearing it. (Read More)

Madewell solves a pocket problem

Tired of pockets on slim fitting jeans bunching? Madewell found a solution to the annoying problem so many women deal with through their new Magic Pockets. (Read More)


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