Finisterre to package garments in marine safe bags

Related Keywords: Aquapak, brand, environment, fashion, Finisterre, garment, packaging, supply chain

United Kingdom
Finisterre to package garments in marine safe bags
Summary: 
Finisterre has become the first fashion brand to introduce their products in garment bags made from Aquapak polymer. Their new packaging will begin to enter the supply chain with select knitwear lines this October, before a full roll out in February, where the packaging will be included with all garments in their spring 2020 collection. The collaboration began when Finisterre – who were founded on their commitment

Finisterre has become the first fashion brand to introduce their products in garment bags made from Aquapak polymer. Their new packaging will begin to enter the supply chain with select knitwear lines this October, before a full roll out in February, where the packaging will be included with all garments in their spring 2020 collection.

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Diesel and Coca Cola launches sustainable fashion collection

Related Keywords: brand, Coca-Cola, Conversen, denim, Diesel, environment, fashion, plastic bottles, Recycle

United States
Diesel and Coca Cola launches sustainable fashion collection
Summary: 
Companies from various industries are taking responsibility for the waste they contribute to the environment. Case in point: Diesel teamed up with Coca-Cola to launch a new collection made with recycled cotton and recycled plastic bottles. The co-branded Diesel x Coca-Cola: The (Re)Collection offers

Companies from various industries are taking responsibility for the waste they contribute to the environment.

Case in point: Diesel teamed up with Coca-Cola to launch a new collection made with recycled cotton and recycled plastic bottles.

The co-branded Diesel x Coca-Cola: The (Re)Collection offers men’s, women’s and unisex denim, sportswear and accessories made from the recycled fibers. The collection consists of 12 pieces, including a unisex denim jacket and jeans with workwear influences, and women’s high-waisted jean shorts with Coca-Cola red accent stitching.

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Rental apparel brings new wrinkles for retail stores

Related Keywords: brand, CaaStle, clothes, fibers, New York, Recycle, renting

Sweden
Rental apparel brings new wrinkles for retail stores
Summary: 
Lisa Batitto, 54, says she has virtually stopped buying clothes ever since she started renting them. The New Jersey-based museum publicist spends $277 a month on three subscriptions, including one from New York & Company, a women’s mid-price clothing chain with hundreds of U.S. stores. This is less than what she previously spent, she said. “I still have clothes

Lisa Batitto, 54, says she has virtually stopped buying clothes ever since she started renting them.

The New Jersey-based museum publicist spends $277 a month on three subscriptions, including one from New York & Company, a women’s mid-price clothing chain with hundreds of U.S. stores.

This is less than what she previously spent, she said. “I still have clothes in my closet from when I was buying, but I can’t tell you the last time I bought anything,” she said.

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Chargeurs launches first complete eco responsible collection

Related Keywords: apparel, BCI, brand, Chargeurs, cotton, environment, fashion, manufacturing, polyester, sustainable

United States
Chargeurs launches first complete eco responsible collection
Summary: 
Chargeurs*PCC Fashion Technologies, an apparel interlinings manufacturer, today announced the launch of the Sustainable 50™. The product line is the first complete collection of interlinings — the technical components that give garments their shape and structure — to be made with eco-responsible materials, including BCI cotton, hemp, recycled polyester textiles, recycled

Chargeurs*PCC Fashion Technologies, an apparel interlinings manufacturer, today announced the launch of the Sustainable 50™. The product line is the first complete collection of interlinings — the technical components that give garments their shape and structure — to be made with eco-responsible materials, including BCI cotton, hemp, recycled polyester textiles, recycled plastics and Bemberg.

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Three news members join Microfibre Consortium

Related Keywords: AATCC, brand, environment, fabrics, fibers, microfibre, research, Textile

United States
Three news members join Microfibre Consortium
Summary: 
Three members have joined The Microfibre Consortium (TMC), a project involving outdoor brands and research partners to develop solutions to minimise microfibre release into the environment. The American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC), Research Institutes of Sweden (RISE) and Textile Exchange have signed up as research and affiliate members, boosting the consortium’s growing international scope to support

Three members have joined The Microfibre Consortium (TMC), a project involving outdoor brands and research partners to develop solutions to minimise microfibre release into the environment.

The American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC), Research Institutes of Sweden (RISE) and Textile Exchange have signed up as research and affiliate members, boosting the consortium’s growing international scope to support greater global topic alignment and collaboration.

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Reliance Industries plans to acquire foreign retailers

Related Keywords: brand, fitness, India, Mukesh Ambani, oil, partner, Reliance, sports, Textile

India
Reliance Industries plans to acquire foreign retailers
Summary: 
India's Reliance Industries Ltd is looking to buy fashion and child-focused retailers abroad and partner with global sports and beauty brands as part of its expansion into consumer markets, a top executive told Reuters. Under Asia's richest man, Mukesh Ambani, Reliance Industries is pivoting from an oil-led conglomerate into a more consumer-facing company, selling everything from handbags to broadband

India's Reliance Industries Ltd is looking to buy fashion and child-focused retailers abroad and partner with global sports and beauty brands as part of its expansion into consumer markets, a top executive told Reuters. Under Asia's richest man, Mukesh Ambani, Reliance Industries is pivoting from an oil-led conglomerate into a more consumer-facing company, selling everything from handbags to broadband to try to tap into Indians' rising disposable incomes.

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Major lifestyle brand partners with Polygiene

Related Keywords: Anti-odour, brand, lifestyle, Polygiene, PVH Corp group, Sport, technology, Textile, Tommy Hilfiger

Sweden
Major lifestyle brand partners with Polygiene
Summary: 
Anti-odour textile technology provider Polygiene has announced a new partnership with lifestyle brand Tommy Hilfiger, part of the PVH Corp group. From spring 2020, Tommy Sport men’s and women’s tops, shorts and tank-tops will have Polygiene technology. The Swedish textile technology provider said the use of Polygiene in these garments will help prolong their useful

Anti-odour textile technology provider Polygiene has announced a new partnership with lifestyle brand Tommy Hilfiger, part of the PVH Corp group.

From spring 2020, Tommy Sport men’s and women’s tops, shorts and tank-tops will have Polygiene technology.

The Swedish textile technology provider said the use of Polygiene in these garments will help prolong their useful life, saving water by reducing the need for washing, while the prevention of bacterial growth will stop the premature break down of the fabric.

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H&M remarketing damaged garments

Related Keywords: apparel, brand, CO2, environment, fashion, H&M, sustainable, Textile, water, waterless

Sweden
H&M remarketing damaged garments
Summary: 
The H&M Group has partnered with The Renewal Workshop to debut a new test collection made from unsold clothes that have been repaired and brought back to market through its COS (Collection of Style) branded stores. H&M says this ‘first of its kind’ ‘Restore’ collection developed by its internal innovation department ‘The Laboratory’ will and its fashion brand COS (Collection of Style) will launch tomorrow

The H&M Group has partnered with The Renewal Workshop to debut a new test collection made from unsold clothes that have been repaired and brought back to market through its COS (Collection of Style) branded stores.

H&M says this ‘first of its kind’ ‘Restore’ collection developed by its internal innovation department ‘The Laboratory’ will and its fashion brand COS (Collection of Style) will launch tomorrow in three stores located in Berlin, Stockholm and Utrecht. The COS brand launched in 2007 and currently operates over 250 stores in more than 40 worldwide markets.

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European fashion brand agree on a new deal in Bangladesh

Related Keywords: Bangladesh, brand, export, fashion, Garments, government, manufacture, readymade, RSC

Bangladesh
European fashion brand agree on a new deal in Bangladesh
Summary: 
European fashion brands who buy readymade garments from Bangladesh agreed on Tuesday to hand over responsibility for issues like worker safety to a new body called the Readymade Sustainability Council (RSC). RSC, governed by the Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA), and brands and workers’ representatives, will replace the Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh

European fashion brands who buy readymade garments from Bangladesh agreed on Tuesday to hand over responsibility for issues like worker safety to a new body called the Readymade Sustainability Council (RSC).

RSC, governed by the Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA), and brands and workers’ representatives, will replace the Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh to ensure compliance with work-place monitoring in the industry.

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Does MADE IN USA still matter?

Related Keywords: AAFA, America, American Apparel & Footwear Association, apparel, brand, cloathing, Collection, cotton, Cotton Incorporated, fabric, labor, manufacturing

United States
Does MADE IN USA still matter?
Summary: 
This Labor Day marks the 125th anniversary of the national holiday that celebrates and honors the American worker. For a lot of people, it’s a day that symbolizes the end of summer, marked by a trip to the beach, a barbecue, or a day of shopping sales. But it began as an observance of the nation’s labor force, and all that it produced here. For most of the apparel industry, that has all

This Labor Day marks the 125th anniversary of the national holiday that celebrates and honors the American worker. For a lot of people, it’s a day that symbolizes the end of summer, marked by a trip to the beach, a barbecue, or a day of shopping sales. But it began as an observance of the nation’s labor force, and all that it produced here.

For most of the apparel industry, that has all changed, with production taking place around the world. Perhaps that’s why the brands that still produce in the U.S. feel a sense of pride about it—and believe their customers do, too.

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