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Athleisure market racing ahead
India's sportswear market grew over 18% during last few years, outpacing the segment’s global increase of 7%. With health and fitness gaining prominence among Indian consumers, athleisure and sportswear are expected to continue their growth momentum in the coming years offering huge opportunities to all the players.
Data as a weapon in the fashion industry’s fight against climate change
Fashion, retail and textile players widely recognise the need to disrupt the status quo. In a recent study by the Economist Intelligence Unit and the U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol, 60 percent of executives picked sustainability as a top strategic priority for their organisation.
Kingpins24: Denim industry at its inventive best
When the organisers were obliged to cancel Kingpins denim show due to Covid-19 restrictions, they immediately began working on an online alternative, and such was the positive response that they were able to livestream seamlessly across the entire two days that the show had been scheduled to take place.
Woolmark Performance Challenge
The Woolmark Performance Challenge is a new annual competition for tertiary students aimed at pushing the limits of product innovation
F&A & Hometex visitors up 14%
By the time the 12th edition of the fabrics and accessories show, F&A Show 2015 and the 4th edition of home textiles fair- Hometex closed its doors on 14th March, more than 3,500 unique visitors had streamed through the KTPO gates in Bangalore, the venue of the twin shows, up 11 per cent from the 2014 editions.
ZDHC group outlines work on PFCs
The Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals (ZDHC) Group has published a Research List, a companion piece to the recently published Manufacturing Restricted Substances List (MRSL).
Adidas kicks off new revolution in football boot
Every footballer dreams of a boot that combines the comfort and responsiveness of playing barefoot with the protection of a traditional design. Adidas has launched their latest step towards that dream with the launch of the adidas Samba Primeknit.
Toxic Traces in Kids Cloth
Hazardous chemicals have been found in childrens clothes and shoes made by major brands including Disney, Burberry and Adidas, according to a new investigation released by Greenpeace East Asia.
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