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Deal gives Michael Kors new avenues for growth as handbag market slows

July 25, 2017
It is easy to look at an industry like composites and quickly dismiss it as slow-moving and of no real interest to you or your company, but the chances are you would be wrong
July 25, 2017
Believing that Christianity has become watered-down; especially with the options (or lack thereof) available in the Christian Apparel market; founder & co-owner: Justin T. Pierce decided to take it upon himself to create designs that fit his personality & meet his Christian clothing desires
July 25, 2017

In connection with Made in America Week (July 17-21 2017), SelectUSA is proud to highlight the unique advantages of “Made in America” and the important role that foreign direct investment (FDI) plays in U.S. manufacturing

July 25, 2017

Spring is reinventing retail for the way people shop today with the introduction of a new personalization technology that will deliver the largest catalogue of online brands with a new premium mobile shopping experience tailored to an individual's style, size, and price point. The shopping destination's advanced proprietary machine learning technology delivers a convenient and curated experience that constantly learns from and adapts to browsing and purchase behaviours

July 25, 2017

This is the third report by Fung Global Retail. In its X Factor series on the major factors impacting the US retail industry. We believe supply-chain efficiency will be a key factor that will make or break a retailer going forward

July 25, 2017
Global fast fashion giant Uniqlo is deferring its India entry by a year citing unavailability of quality retail space, said two people directly in know of the issue
July 25, 2017
The Bon-Ton Stores, Inc. has launched "Style2Go", a new online fashion solution created to make buying trend right outfits quick and easy.  Each week, Bon-Ton stylists create five looks to fit a variety of lifestyles: casual, weekend, office to evening, active and special occasion.  Unveiled online every Friday morning, each outfit can be accessed with just one click to purchase the outfit or mix and match
July 25, 2017

Luxury labels like Givenchy, Balmain, Dolce and Gabbana and Gucci are making a big play for the children's market, and many parents are buying into it — despite their little ones' inevitable growth spurts

July 25, 2017
The best days for American retailers are ahead, Vice President Mike Pence said Tuesday at a summit hosted by the National Retail Federation. "I promise you that," Pence told the crowd
July 25, 2017
Huntsman Corporation announced its subsidiary, Venator Materials PLC ("Venator"), a global chemical company dedicated to the development and manufacture of titanium dioxide ("TiO2") pigments and performance additives, today launched its initial public offering ("IPO") of its ordinary shares, which will be listed on the New York Stock Exchange in August under the ticker symbol "VNTR," subject to official notice of issuance
July 25, 2017

Fake goods are still a big business, alone at the border of the EU over 41 million fake goods in the value of EUR 670 million were seized in 2016. The main sinner still is China, but other Asian countries are at its heels. Textiles and clothing are still important, but no longer the major concern

July 25, 2017

According to a report by the News Corp Australia Network, Aldi Australia has decided to pull its plans to sell its own flushable wipes product following concerns by ACCC, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission and shoppers

July 24, 2017

Swedish clothier KappAhl loses its CFO. Tiffany names ex-Bulgari, Sephora executive to CEO post. After 21 years John Y. Daniels retires from AATCC, and Peter Williams (co-founder) led UK Fashion Retailer Jack Wills turnaround to profit. New executive team at Springs and Dumi names new CEO. Burberry's Paul Price to be new boss of Topshop, and Marks & Spencer adds Gordon Mowat to its clothing team and Applied Silver appoints two new Advisors

July 24, 2017
MA Textiles, one of Pakistan’s leading textile printing manufacturers, is enhancing its service flexibility and design offerings after installing a SPGPrints JAVELIN® digital printer, at its Shahdara facility, near Lahore. The installation is the first JAVELIN to go into full production in that country
July 24, 2017

In the US and in European countries, athleisure and health and wellness trends buoyed footwear sales growth in 2016. Nike, Adidas, Puma and JD Sports Fashion all posted double-digit percentage sales growth rates in their latest respective fiscal year results

July 24, 2017

The manufacturing of materials such as concrete or plastics goes hand in hand with massive CO2 emissions. Within the scope of its BasFlair and GreenBraid Projects, ITA the Institut für Textiltechnik (Institute of Textile Technology) of RWTH Aachen University researches the usability of climate-friendly natural materials

July 24, 2017

International tourist arrivals worldwide grew by 6% in January-April of 2017 compared to the same period last year, with business confidence reaching its highest levels in a decade. Sustained growth in most major destinations and a steady rebound in others drove results. Prospects for May-August 2017 remain high

July 24, 2017

Coats, the world’s leading industrial thread manufacturer, has entered into a strategic alliance with Permess, a supplier of high quality interlinings, to provide a comprehensive co-branded range of interlinings to all segments of the garment industry

July 24, 2017

A new report released by the Virgin Group on July 19, 2017, Future Visions, explores what the world of business will look like in 20 years' time. The findings reveal our the world we live in will see pre-emptive crime prevention, offices will become extinct and as artificial intelligence rises so will the need for more female attributes such as emotional intelligence. TextileFuture presents some future intriguing facts

July 24, 2017
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