Category: Global

Kornit demonstrates Express Fashion capabilities

Kornit Digital Ltd., a company that develops, designs and markets innovative digital printing solutions for the global printed textile industry, during this year’s New York Fashion Week and Textile Month, co-hosted a symposium with the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) to discuss how digital printing is becoming an enabling technology for the fashion industry’s transition to ultrafast on-demand fabric and garment decoration. Also, the collections designed by students of the Academy of Art University of San Francisco, using the Allegro roll-to-roll printer, were showcased at a separate event on September 9, 2017. The highly publicised Fashion Week NYC gave...

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Gap introduces Fall 2017 Assortment

This Fall, Gap is focused on “Feel Good Jeans” – classic American styling with a comfortable hand feel, flattering fit and cozy fabrics to help transition through the season. The Fall 2017 range features an array of colours and prints, including reds, blues, greens and vintage florals. With denim at the heart of the season’s key offering, the highlights are the Sculpt and Shape fit for women. The new Super Slimming Denim features innovative fabric that creates a slimmer appearance for longer, leaner legs. To transition from warm to cooler weather, leggings come in a palate of the season’s...

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C&A highlights Gaps to overcome for circular fashion

According to a report released by China Water Risk, “This is a unique period in time for the global fashion industry as the goals of Chinese textiles manufacturers and leading fashion brands are converging – both need to clean-up and want to go circular. Overlay the fact that China is still a major supplier of fashion raw materials and there is an opportunity to lay the foundations for a clean and circular business model, “China Water Risk has long worked to highlight water risks from the dirty, thirsty and wasteful fashion industry. With many of these risks now being...

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Lycra teams up with Who What Wear

Invista, the owner of the Lycra brand, has teamed up with Who What Wear, a leading fashion editorial and shopping website, to showcase the Fall Denim Edit featuring 2017’s most fashionable and technically savvy jeans for women featuring Lycra dualFX technology. This first-ever collaboration between the two firms will promote jeans by leading brands including Citizens of Humanity, Frame and Joe’s Jeans. These brands have all adopted Lycra dualFX technology and it is featured in their fall lines. “This innovation offers women the enhanced comfort and exceptional fit they desire in jeans across a range of styles and finishes–from...

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Jeanologia unveils HDR laser system for textile making

Jeanologia has launched the revolutionary generation of High Dynamic Range (HDR) system, the new hyperbolic system that simplifies the way of designing and initiating a new era in laser production in the textile industry. The Spanish company is the expert technology partner in China for production centres making innovative, creative, and ecological products. The company is showing the HDR system at the ongoing Kingpins China Tour, a denim sourcing show featuring a highly-edited selection of vendors from denim and sportswear fabric mills, being held from September 4 to 8, 2017.The innovative technology guarantees the designers, “What you see is...

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