India to become self sufficient in silk

Related Keywords: China, cotton, farmer, FICCI, India, market, production, silk, Smriti Irani

India
India to become self sufficient in silk
Summary: 
Union Textiles Minister Smriti Irani on Friday affirmed that India would become 'completely self-sufficient' in silk in the next two years. She said that in the production of silk, India is second after China. Irani was addressing a programme organised by business

Union Textiles Minister Smriti Irani on Friday affirmed that India would become 'completely self-sufficient' in silk in the next two years.

She said that in the production of silk, India is second after China.

Irani was addressing a programme organised by business chamber FICCI.

She also said that technical textiles is the future of textiles and that she was keen on taking it forward.

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Haute couture collection from synthetic spider-silk

Related Keywords: fashion, Fashion week, haute coutur, Japan, protein, silk, Spiber, spider silk

Japan
Haute couture collection from synthetic spider-silk
Summary: 
Japanese designer Yuima Nakazato has created a haute couture collection for Paris Fashion Week in collaboration with synthetic spider-silk specialist Spiber. The garments were created by harnessing a variety of Brewed Protein materials and blended textiles. Brewed Protein is a new protein material developed by Spiber, created through a fermentation process, and which is not reliant

Japanese designer Yuima Nakazato has created a haute couture collection for Paris Fashion Week in collaboration with synthetic spider-silk specialist Spiber.

The garments were created by harnessing a variety of Brewed Protein materials and blended textiles.

Brewed Protein is a new protein material developed by Spiber, created through a fermentation process, and which is not reliant on petroleum or animals.

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Critical approach to fashion industry

Related Keywords: cotton, fabric, fashion, fashion industry, fiber, Garments, pure, silk, sustainable fashion

United Kingdom
Critical approach to fashion industry
Summary: 
In a long-ago era before the world worried about climate change, social justice, ecology, etc., sustainable fashion was based on the snob value of pure wool, pure cotton and pure silk. In a long-ago era before the world worried about climate change, social justice, ecology, etc., sustainable fashion was based on the snob value of pure wool, pure cotton and pure silk. Synthetic fabrics, initially hailed with wonder because they laundered

In a long-ago era before the world worried about climate change, social justice, ecology, etc., sustainable fashion was based on the snob value of pure wool, pure cotton and pure silk.

In a long-ago era before the world worried about climate change, social justice, ecology, etc., sustainable fashion was based on the snob value of pure wool, pure cotton and pure silk.

Synthetic fabrics, initially hailed with wonder because they laundered reasonably well the first few times and did not require ironing, were subsequently regarded with disdain by true fashionistas.

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Dhuri: Making clothes out of Milk

Related Keywords: cotton, Dhuri, ecological dyes, environmental friendly, fabrics, natural fabrics, organic dyes, pollution, silk, sustainable fashion, textiles eco-friendly fabrics, traditional fabrics, zero wastage

India
Dhuri: Making clothes out of Milk
Summary: 
In a world where pollution caused by textiles is a major threat, a brand specialising in eco-friendly fabrics claims it can be a better option for the environment. Meet Madhurima Singh, founder of Dhuri, a sustainable fashion label that uses natural fabrics

In a world where pollution caused by textiles is a major threat, a brand specialising in eco-friendly fabrics claims it can be a better option for the environment.

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Intertextile Pavilion Shenzhen has solidified itself as the go to platform for the Chinese ladieswear sector due to its location in the country's fashion industry capital

Related Keywords: accessories, as well as knits, casualwear, China Bast and Leaf Fibres Textile Association Pavilion, China’s fashion industry capital, Chung Rung Textile, eco-friendly fabrics, embroidered fabric and wool, embroidery jacquard, functional fabrics and faux fur, global fashion brands, Intertextile Pavilion Shenzhen 2018, ladieswear, ladieswear fabrics, linen, lingerie and swimwear fabrics, Loongchin Textile, man-made, man-made fabrics, New Materials & Sustainability Development, New Technology & Solutions, nylon, polyester, printed fabrics, ramie and knitted fabrics, silk, Sojitz Fashion, sportswear, Sunwell, synthetic fibres, Taiwan Textile Federation, tri-acetate woven and printed options, woven functional and denim fabrics, yarn-dyed fabrics

Shenzhen
Summary: 
Wendy Wen, Senior General Manager of Messe Frankfurt (HK) said that, “Intertextile Pavilion Shenzhen has solidified itself as the go-to platform for the Chinese ladieswear sector due to its location in the country’s fashion industry capital, while it is being increasingly used by suppliers from around Asia, in particular Japan, Korea and Taiwan, to gain access to all the big Chinese and global retailers who source at the fair.” He also said that, “Last year also saw significant increases in domestic fast fashion-oriented buyers and online & designer brands, with many exhibitors offering flexibility in terms of small MOQs and on-demand deliveries to take advantage of these trends.”

Wendy Wen, Senior General Manager of Messe Frankfurt (HK) said that, “Intertextile Pavilion Shenzhen has solidified itself as the go-to platform for the Chinese ladieswear sector due to its location in the country’s fashion industry capital, while it is being increasingly used by suppliers from around Asia, in particular Japan, Korea and Taiwan, to gain access to all the big Chinese and global retailers who source at the fair.” He also said that, “Last year also saw significant increases in domestic fast fashion-oriented buyers and online & designer brands, with many exhibitors offering flexib

https://www.knittingindustry.com/intertextile-pavilion-shenzhen-records-exhibitor-increase/
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Yarns collection "Yarn in Motion" by Sudwolle Group

Related Keywords: circular knitting, Coolmax, fibres, high performance fibres, Lenzing, linen, Lyocell, merino wool, natural fibre, nylon filament, polyester, silk, Südwolle Group, Trevira, wool, Yarn in Motion

Germany
Summary: 
Wool blended with silk, presented in the quality Losanna Nm 60/1 (85% Merino wool 19,3 μ, 15% silk), is an all time favourite. Merino-silk qualities provide a natural elegance, high comfort as well as high elongation and durability. The combination of these high performance fibres is the right choice for everyday wear and glamourous styles with a lustrous shimmering look.

Wool blended with silk, presented in the quality Losanna Nm 60/1 (85% Merino wool 19,3 μ, 15% silk), is an all time favourite. Merino-silk qualities provide a natural elegance, high comfort as well as high elongation and durability. The combination of these high performance fibres is the right choice for everyday wear and glamourous styles with a lustrous shimmering look.

http://www.texdata.com/news/26.Infoletter/11382.html
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Synthetic fibers prepared with nylon, polyester, acrylic, and polyolefin have a commanding position in the textile industry of Pakistan

Related Keywords: 000 looms, 90, Acetate rayon yarn, acrylic, acrylic yarn, blankets, carpets, clothing brands, Cotton Export Corporation of Pakistan, fabric, fabrics, nylon, nylon filament yarn, polyester, polyester filament yarn, polyolefin, shawls, silk, synthetic fibers, textile commodities, textile manufacturing, Textile mills, textile sector, woolen yarn

Islamabad
Summary: 
Pakistan is the 8th largest exporter of textile commodities in Asia and textile sector contributes 8.5% to the GDP of Pakistan. The total textile sector exports reached $7.72bn value-wise in July-January 2018 versus $7.2bn in the corresponding period of last year, reflecting an increase of 7.18 pc.

Pakistan is the 8th largest exporter of textile commodities in Asia and textile sector contributes 8.5% to the GDP of Pakistan. The total textile sector exports reached $7.72bn value-wise in July-January 2018 versus $7.2bn in the corresponding period of last year, reflecting an increase of 7.18 pc.

https://nation.com.pk/03-Jun-2018/textile-industry-in-pakistan-an-open-example-of-resistance-economy
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Archroma and Montega Italy announce a collaboration

Related Keywords: Archroma, denim segment, fabrics, fast-growing garment and apparel industry in Pakistan, Garments, latest fashion trends with its high standard chemical treatments, Montega, silk, textile specialty chemicals, wool

Reinach
Summary: 
Archroma offers a wide range of brand and textile specialty chemicals that caters to the local industry in Pakistan for both its internal and export markets. The company’s expert team provides innovative solutions to its customers, tailored to their individual requirements. Montega has decades of rich experience in developing the latest fashion trends with its high standard chemical treatments.

Archroma offers a wide range of brand and textile specialty chemicals that caters to the local industry in Pakistan for both its internal and export markets. The company’s expert team provides innovative solutions to its customers, tailored to their individual requirements. Montega has decades of rich experience in developing the latest fashion trends with its high standard chemical treatments.

https://www.thenews.com.pk/print/308639-archroma-montega-italy-collaborate
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R&D, technology transfer and training gets ₹ 1,000 cr funding

Related Keywords: Quality Certification System, seed, silk, Textiles, yarn

Mumbai
Summary: 
To achieve self-sufficiency in silk production by 2022, production of high grade silk in India is expected to reach 20,650 tonne by 2022 from the current level of 11,326 tonne thereby reducing imports to zero. Initiative is part of ₹ 2161.68 crore package for silk industry approved by the Cabinet. The effort is part of the ₹ 2,161.68 crore `Integrated Scheme for Development of Silk Industry’ approved by the Cabinet on Wednesday for three years from 2017-18 to 2019-20.

To achieve self-sufficiency in silk production by 2022, production of high grade silk in India is expected to reach 20,650 tonne by 2022 from the current level of 11,326 tonne thereby reducing imports to zero. Initiative is part of ₹ 2161.68 crore package for silk industry approved by the Cabinet. The effort is part of the ₹ 2,161.68 crore `Integrated Scheme for Development of Silk Industry’ approved by the Cabinet on Wednesday for three years from 2017-18 to 2019-20.

https://www.thehindubusinessline.com/economy/textile-ministry-to-set-up-inter-ministerial-panel-on-rd-with-1000-cr-funding/article23322855.ece
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Sabahar pioneering in handmade silk garment in Ethiopia

Related Keywords: effort to create better manual accessories, Ethiopian Fair Trade company, global market, Handmade textiles inspired by ancient weaving traditions, linen and wool, linens for the home, produces hand made textiles, range of products in cotton, Sabahar only uses natural fibers, Sabahar Silk Garment Factory, silk, using locally sourced silk and cotton

Africa
Sabahar pioneering in handmade silk garment in Ethiopia
Summary: 
Sabahar Silk Garment Factory, is an Ethiopian Fair Trade company that produces hand made textiles for the global market makes an effort to create better manual accessories and linens for the home using locally sourced silk and cotton. Handmade textiles inspired by ancient weaving traditions of the nation. Sabahar only uses natural fibers to create beautiful products. The company now has a range of products in cotton, silk, linen and wool. Both the cotton and silk are entirely local.

Sabahar Silk Garment Factory, is an Ethiopian Fair Trade company that produces hand made textiles for the global market makes an effort to create better manual accessories and linens for the home using locally sourced silk and cotton. Handmade textiles inspired by ancient weaving traditions of the nation.
Sabahar only uses natural fibers to create beautiful products. The company now has a range of products in cotton, silk, linen and wool. Both the cotton and silk are entirely local.

http://allafrica.com/stories/201802250029.html
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