International Textile Group (ITG) a diversified American fabric maker based in Greensboro, North Carolina to launch Carlisle Cotton Company and its innovative line of luxury and performance cotton fabrics. Combining the heritage and expertise of Cone Denim and Burlington, the Carlisle Cotton collection will bring a unique blend of color, comfort and performance innovations to create a new generation of cotton fashions that are versatile from fashion shirtings to bottom-weights for jeanswear and rugged casual styles.
Dennis Gilrain, Sr. Vice President Burlington Apparel & Uniform said that the introduction of Carlisle Cotton is exciting as they have been able to combine the R&D expertise of Burlington Labs and Cone 3D to bring new styling and innovation to cotton and cotton blended fabrics. By customizing these technologies and their applications they are able to create unique performance and aesthetics in cotton.
Carlisle Cotton fabrics are versatile and come in many different constructions and finishes ranging from heavy-weight ducks, twills and canvases that are durable yet comfortable all the way to luxury brushed- cotton spandex blends and sulfur and pigment piece dye fashions that appeal to the jeanswear customer. Additional styles are offered for lightweight, breathable uniform fabrics and brushed, no- wrinkle cotton twills and shirtings for everyday wear.
Carlisle Cotton fabrics are made in the USA and named after the Carlisle Finishing plant where they are dyed and finished. Located in Carlisle, South Carolina and surrounded by the Sumter National Forest, Carlisle has been a leader in dyeing and printing for more than 60 years. Many of the fabrics in the Collection are woven at Cone Denimâ€™s iconic White Oak mill in Greensboro combining more than 150 years of expertise and bringing together ITGâ€™s distinctive values of heritage, expertise and innovation.
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