TEXTILE TRENDS

Texollini #6605D2 Polyester/Nylon/Lycra Spacer

Fine Wines

Knits and prints are doused in saturated wine shades from lighter shades of merlot to deep burgundy hues.

Taiana Cult #Walk-FC1 PR 17 Fil Coupe

Baby Blues

Textile designers break out the baby blues to add a sweet pastel touch to lofty knits, sophisticated laces, classic fil coupe shirtings and printed flannels.

Solstiss #488426.N

Dusty Rose

Dusty shades of rose, petal and shell color athletic knits, classic florals, whimsical dots and lush laces.

Cinergy Textiles Inc. #HMC-MX3667G Hi Multi Chiffon  Print

Geo

Geometric patterns go from classic plaids, dots and ogee motifs to more-detailed and organic designs.

NK Textile “Floral Check Crochet”

Black & White

Laces, prints and stripes go classic and cool in black and white.

Pine Crest Fabrics #FTP01647C1 “Houndstooth Digital”

Not So Mellow Yellow

Yellow goes bright and bold for standout laces, metallic foil prints and modern updates on classic designs.

NEWS

Denim Maven Adriano Goldschmied Turns His Focus to Knits With Acynetic

Adriano Goldschmied’s career developing brands including Diesel, Replay, AG Adriano Goldschmied, Citizens of Humanity men’s and Goldsign has earned him the nickname “the Godfather of Denim.”

Overcoming the Challenges to Cotton

Cotton is crucial for the development of much of the world’s clothing, but a handful of groups have been warning apparel companies that a number of issues challenge the global cotton supply, and major apparel companies have been listening.

Asher Fabrics Opens New Locations, Adds In-House Knitting

Asher Fabrics Opens New Locations, Adds In-House Knitting

Asher Fabric Concepts has a new home. The company recently moved into its newly renovated space at 950 S. Boyle Ave. in the Boyle Heights section of Los Angeles.

Textile and Apparel Representative Ida Myers, 88

Longtime textile and apparel sales representative Ida Myers died on Sept. 25. She was 88.

Online Auction Set for Assets of Sublimation Printer Avid Ink

A live online auction for the assets of Southern California garment and fabric printer Avid Ink will be held on Sept. 29.

Fiber & Fabric Textile Trends

Fiber & Fabric Textile Trends

Japanese Whole Garment Knit Technology Company Opens L.A. Showroom

Japanese Whole Garment Knit Technology Company Opens L.A. Showroom

Knitwear designers and manufacturers looking for insight and inspiration have a new destination in the Los Angeles Fashion District with the recent opening of a permanent showroom and design center for Japanese knitting machine and software maker Shima Seiki at the California Market Center.

Nanotex: Putting the Function in Fabric

Performance characteristics such as moisture management, water repellency and odor control are familiar territory for consumers of activewear while enhanced performance features are relatively new for casual apparel and ready-to-wear.

Swim Textiles: Glitterati

Sequins, foil prints and gold and silver metallic accents add luxe sophistication and fun to animal prints, abstract designs, florals and stripes.

Swim Textiles: Mod World

Day-glo colors and psychedelic swirl prints have textile designers seeing Mod with ’60s-inspired abstract prints.

Textile Preview: Textile Trends

Textile Trends

California’s Drought has Buhler Considering Wider Cotton Possibilities

California is known for its high-quality Pima cotton, but the state’s ongoing drought has had an impact on cotton yields and prices.

Epson’s New Sublimation Printer and Ink Designed With Fashion in Mind

Epson’s New Sublimation Printer and Ink Designed With Fashion in Mind

Print solution company Epson has the fashion industry in its sights, hoping to win designers over with the promise of creating their own graphic prints on demand.

Sourcing & Fabric Textile Trends

Sourcing and Fabric, August 2015 Textile Trends.

Milano Unica Brings Italian Textiles to New York With First U.S. Show

NEW YORK—After celebrating its 10th anniversary in Milan, Italian textile trade show Milano Unica took a small group of mills on the road for its first edition in New York.