Denim—and denim-friendly fabrics—go sophisticated in deep shades of indigo and navy.
Shades of grape, violet and eggplant color sophisticated laces, floral prints and active knits.
It’s always sweater weather with loose-knit fabrics, bouclés, French terry and highly textural textiles.
Go for high gloss with foil-printed fabrics, metallic laces and reflective textiles.
The classic pairing of black and white adds sophistication to prints and graphic punch to knits and stripes.
Natural shades of beige and khaki—and soft versions of brighter hues—are warm neutral options for prints, patterns and knits.
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Levi Strauss & Co. has created a jean made from post-consumer recycled cotton.
Spanish laser equipment maker Jeanologia has introduced eMark 3.0, the latest release for its laser-finishing software, created to help production designers maximize speed and creativity.
During the April 13–14 run of the Kingpins denim supply chain show in Amsterdam, organizers launched a new sister trade show focused on the branding side of the supply chain.
Kingpins returned to Amsterdam for its fifth run at the Westergasfabriek, where the trade show bowed alongside a new branding show organized by Kingpins as well as a consumer event called Denim Days, which gives retailers, brands and textile mills a chance to meet with end consumers.
To get the perfect washed jean, denim makers put pants through multiple wash cycles.
Los Angeles textile-industry veteran April Booth died on March 12 of natural causes at her home in Visalia, Calif.
Designers and denim brand owners turned out to celebrate the opening of the Candiani Los Angeles Design Center on March 16 in downtown Los Angeles.
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To celebrate the opening of its new showroom in downtown Los Angeles, Turkish denim mill Bossa hosted a grand opening party and denim trend presentation on Jan. 15.
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Swiss textile maker Schoeller Textil added a new member to its U.S. team with the addition of Fawn Knadler as West Coast sales manager.