DyStar, a speciality chemical company with a heritage of over a century in product development and innovation, announces its latest innovation: Eco-Advanced Indigo Dyeing.
Fashion, beauty and lifestyle e-tailer Shein is set to re-enter the Indian marketplace, in partnership with Reliance Retail, three years after its app was banned from the country.
Sri Lanka’s Government must stay committed to ensuring the country remains in the GSP+ regime if it is to restore its apparel trade and exports to pre-pandemic levels, German investors have warned.
Birla Cellulose, a sustainability-focused Man-Made Cellulosic Fibres (MMCF) producer, has partnered with TextileGensis to strengthen its sustainability credentials as well as the brand and consumer connect.
Apparel manufacturer Crystal International commits to developing sustainable products through its supply chains and innovative eco-projects in Vietnam.
Asos has unveiled its inaugural rental edit in partnership with Hirestreet, a rental marketplace in the UK, featuring over 180 “wedding guest” outfits.
The integration between global supply chain management solutions provider TradeBeyond and Worldly, the provider of Higg Index data, provides an environmental impact calculation and comparison to aid with meeting global environmental, social, and governance (ESG) requirements.
Brands in the fashion and textiles industry need to realise the potential of the metaverse is huge and it could even replace physical fashion stores in future, suggests Roberto Prato di Pamparato, founder and CEO of metaverse client consultancy, Art of NFT.
UK supermarket Tesco has announced its board chair John Allan will be stepping down from his role at Tesco's Annual General Meeting (AGM) on 16 June 2023, amid reports of personal misconduct.
Pacific Jeans held the second Denim Innovation Night against the backdrop of the 14th Bangladesh Denim Expo to showcase the innovation in the country’s denim industry.
The US-based retailer of athletic footwear and apparel, Foot Locker announced the appointment of its new chief financial officer (CFO) on the back of a concerning set of first quarter financial results which showed a revenue plunge of 11%.
A significant amount of Yeezy stock will be donated to selected organisations working to combat discrimination and hate, including racism and antisemitism.