Cheerful Mediterranean blue and turquoise add a fresh look to stripes, florals and abstract designs.
From casual stripes and prints to intricate embroideries and sequins, shades of blue from indigo to chambray give textile designs a denim-friendly look.
Global inspiration continues to play out in prints and woven patterns from stark block-printed designs to intricately detailed patterns to textured woven plaids.
Checked patterns from traditional plaid, houndstooth and gingham to abstract variations range from sophisticated suiting and shirting styles to whimsical prints and metallic mesh.
Bright shades of lime green are key to pair with blue for preppy plaids or orange for ethnic-inspired checked designs. The shade brightens botanical prints, sophisticated lace and subtle stripes.
Designers play with surface texture and depth for striped patterns from rugby to nautical to regatta and textured, thermal, waffle and honeycomb knits.
Première Vision S.A. is growing its portfolio of upscale textile and trim trade shows, which includes Première Vision, Indigo, Expofil, Modamont, Tissu Premier and Fatex, with the addition of leather and fur trade show the Cuir à Paris.
Cone Denim is in Las Vegas this week with the latest in its lineup of denim made from recycled plastic bottles.
Brands and retailers looking at the transparency of their supply chain often hit a stumbling block when it came to their chemical suppliers.
After 20 years, Rob Jungmann, president of the Los Angeles–headquartered Jungmaven hemp T-shirt brand, might be seeing his business turned upside down.
At the recent Kingpins boutique denim trade show, denim makers showcased the latest developments in fabrications.
Textile mills and trim suppliers showcased some of their recent developments at the Texworld USA show in New York.
New York saw more than a foot of snowfall on opening day of the Jan. 20–23 run of Texworld USA.
Longtime apparel and textile industry executive Edward Woods died on Jan. 1. He was 80.
Designers lined up in the cold as Première Vision New York and Indigo New York showed the work of textile and accessories designers from 15 countries.
Textile Resource Guide
Ortiz Industry has the sophisticated look of a contemporary men’s and women’s line but is engineered to perform.