Teal makes a comeback as textile designers rediscover the blue/green shade for geometric prints, ethnic patterns and pretty florals.
With black, gunmetal and silver embellishments on a black ground, textiles go dramatic with tone-on-tone patterns such as foil prints and burnout velvets.
Cats, zebras and reptiles—textile designers find inspiration in the animal kingdom.
Ortiz Industry has the sophisticated look of a contemporary men’s and women’s line but is engineered to perform.
Mel Matsui, denim expert and founder, Simply Blue, Christopher Blue, Indigo Hand and Pulp
Olah Inc., the textile and apparel-development firm and organizer of the Kingpins denim trade show, announced a shift in the leadership of its textile sales division.
Texworld USA, the biannual fabric show in New York, has struck a partnership with Tradegood, the online B2B sourcing site founded by Intertek.
Greensboro, N.C.–based fiber maker Unifi Inc. purchased the assets of American Drawtech from Dillon Yarn Corp. for an undisclosed amount.
Textile executive Werner Bieri died on Nov. 2 after a long battle with leukemia. He was 60.
Textile executive Werner Bieri, former president and founding chief executive officer of Buhler Quality Yarns, died on Nov. 2 after a long battle with leukemia.
After being celebrated as a wonder plant and reviled as a public danger, hemp could be on the cusp of mainstream acceptance with the passage of a new law in California.
The California Market Center, the Cooper Design Space, the California Fashion Foundation and the Textile Association of Los Angeles will join forces to host a holiday party for children from local organizations and after-school programs
New Zealand textile boutique The Fabric Store is set to open its U.S. flagship at 136 S. La Brea Ave.
Asher Fabric Concepts, Buhler Quality Yarns Corp., Colorway, Inc., DG Expo, JM International
The Los Angeles International Textile Show kicks off its three-day run on Sept. 30 at the California Market Center.
Wichita, Kan.–based fiber maker Invista, producer of Lycra, purchased the specialty polyester business from its licensee, European polyester fiber producer Advansa.
Montreal-based Gildan Activewear Inc. will be investing at least $200 million in 2014 and 2015 to build two new yarn-spinning facilities in the United States.