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Fashion for Good shows how to do fashion differently
After a brief hiatus, the Fashion for Good Experience has reopened and launched a new theme titled “A CUT ABOVE”. The theme leads programming and events in the museum for the next six months, showing visitors how we can reimagine the way our clothes are designed, made and worn.
Freakins new line of stylish denim AV40 face masks
Freakins, a stylish denim wear brand introduces the new line of face masks with anti viral technology. In the wake of the global pandemic, wearing face masks is an integral part of our lives. Keeping in mind how this is the new normal, the brand has launched a new line of fashionable denim face masks.
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The Government will start trend forecasting for textiles sector soon, using commercial intelligence to determine what could be in vogue in near future, as India gears up to influence global fashion trends.
Govt to start textiles trend forecasting this month
The government will start “trend forecasting” for textiles sector this month, using commercial intelligence to determine what could be in vogue in near future, as India gears up to influence global fashion trends.
HGH unveils Home Fashion and Lifestyle Trends 2018 – 2019
HGH India 2018, India`s largest trade-show for home textiles, home décor, houseware and gifts – designed exclusively for the professional and trade visitors – presented the latest trends forecasted by it in home fashion and lifestyle at a press conference in Mumbai. Conceptualised and implemented by the internationally renowned design office Sahm + Permantier, the trend, under the title ‘Transition’ reflect the influence of social, lifestyle and technological changes in the Indian home products market in 2018-19.
Fuelling growth and creating employment
Indian textile and apparel market is estimated at $118 billion, 69% of which is domestic consumption while exports constitute the rest 31%.
The global apparel consumption in 2016 is estimated to be $1.7 trillion, which formed around 2 per cent of the world GDP of $73.5 trillion. EU-28 was the largest apparel consumer market worth $400 billion, which was followed by markets of the USA, China and Japan. These top four markets together constituted approximately 62 per cent of the global apparel consumption.