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R|Elan, Neva partner for next-gen performance wear
R|Elan™, the next-gen fabrics from Reliance Industries Ltd. (RIL), has joined hands with Ludhiana based Neva Garments Ltd., a leading value fashion retailer, to create and market apparels made from an innovative range of R|Elan™ Kooltex & R|Elan™ FeelFresh performance fabrics.
NAGNATA ties up with Woolmark
NAGNATA has collaborated with The Woolmark Company to create a Merino wool seamless activewear collection for the conscious-minded woman, designed for yoga, pilates, cycling, dance, cardio exercise and studio-to-street style.
R|Elan™ Millennial Maharanis collection unveiled
The R|Elan Millenial Maharanis collection, the outcome of a collaboration between the new age fabric R|Elan and one of India’s leading designers, Nachiket Barve, was showcased at a glittering event - Source India 2018, in Surat very recently.
Intertek launching services for activewear
Intertek, a leading Total Quality Assurance provider to industries worldwide, announces the expansion of its textile testing capabilities in the U.S., with the launch of new services for the fast-growing activewear sector.
Popular trends in polyester-based activewear
100 % Polyester with Moisture Management (Wickability) through Yarn or finish - by default. UV protective finish and Anti Microbial finish – optional
Mainly Circular Knit & Warp Knit for trim fabrics
Creora Activewear Trends for 2018
Hyosung has released its Creora brand’s activewear fabric trends for 2018. The trends, celebrating fashion combined with functionality and high performance, are divided into four distinct heads: Nourish it!, Work it!, Own it!, and Live it!
Winning in the US activewear market
Cotton Incorporated´s Customer Comments Research´ study reveals that synthetic activewear is significantly more likely than cotton activewear to have customer complaints about irritation related to itching, scratching, and chaffing.
Gildan to build new knitting plant in Honduras
Gildan Activewear has unveiled plans for a new textile facility at its Rio Nance complex in Honduras. Gildan said it was looking to increase capacity at its Rio Nance complex to bridge capacity requirements until the start of the planned facility in Costa Rica.