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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.
Unisex denim collection from H&M
H&M, the Swedish fast-fashion giant, has recently announced the launch of Denim United, a unisex denim collection, available exclusively online at hm.com shortly.
Jeanologia leads transformation of Bangladesh textile industry
The Spanish company Jeanologia leads the transformation of the Bangladesh textile industry towards sustainability with its efficient combination of laser, dry and wet ozone G2 and e-Flow nano bubbles. With its latest release, Light PP Spray, it has managed to eliminate the process of potassium permanganate spraying, replacing the most damaging technique to workers and the environment.
Kanoria’s African venture
Kanoria Chemicals & Industries Ltd is back in textile business after a gap of two decades. The company is in talks with H&M, Peter Van Heusen, Velocity, Raymonds and Arvind to sell denim from its plant in Ethiopia. The company has made an investment of about $50 million in the African country to take advantage from duty-free exports to the US and the European Union.
DBL Group chooses Santex once again!
DBL Group is a diversified and integrated knit garments manufacturing & composite industry with a strong backward linkage. It is one of the largest and 100 per cent export oriented composite knit garments and textiles manufacturing companies in Bangladesh.
Organic Cotton Accelerator gets going
A new initiative aimed at accelerating the uptake of organic cotton has been launched with the backing of retailers such as C&A, H&M and Eileen Fisher, as well as Textile Exchange.
Fashion brands flouting safety norms in China?
Four foreign fast-fashion brands were named in Chinas top five worst in terms of safety among imported clothing, the countrys quality watchdog announced recently. Forever 21, Zara, H&M and Mango were the most frequently found to fail quality
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