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Freakins introduces 100% sterilisation for offerings
Freakins, a Superior denim workshop known for creating stylish denim fashion wear for women is the only brand to introduce 100 per cent sterilisation for all their products and specialised sterilisation bags that carry all their products to safeguard their customers from the spread of the virus.
Biba Apparels aims to set up 500 stores in two years
Women’s ethnic-wear brand Biba Apparels plans to tap the franchise route to expand into small cities and towns. A majority of these would be for its mass to premium brand – Rangriti – aimed at the young audience.
Full potential of innerwear still untapped
The men’s inner wear is currently worth Rs 9477 crore as per 2017 estimates, and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7 per cent in the next decade to reach Rs 17454 crore by 2027
Huntsman accelerant redefines polyester dyeing
Huntsman Textile Effects has introduced UNIVADINE® E3-3D next-generation diffusion accelerant to help mills achieve high-performance dyeing of polyester, microfibres and blends
Slight rise in India's T&C export
India's textile and clothing exports in 2017-18 rose marginally by 0.7 per cent totaling to $36737.93 million over the previous fiscal
Knitting a future in fashion with changes
We come across various fashion shows conducted in fashion hubs like Milan, Paris, London, New York, Loss Angeles, Dubai etc. These are the trendsetters in the society and from technology point of view knitting gels well with innovative fashion trends.
DuPont’s new solutions for protective apparels
DuPont Protection Solutions has developed Tychem 2000 SFR, a new chemical protective clothing to help safeguard men and women from chemical hazards that can and cannot be seen, such as dangerous vapors, liquids, and particles.
Brexit fires salvo at Bangladesh
As major British apparel retailer Next Plc slashed its work order volume, Bangladesh has already started feeling the pinch of Brexit, claims a senior official of a sourcing company. The UK is the third largest garment export destination for Bangladesh after the US and Germany.
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