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Rusty Gold

Considered a valuable find, rusty gold is more than an object, it’s a popular color. ...

Fashionably Fun

Conversation prints come in a wide variety of motifs, such as holiday prints, animal prints, ...

Petal Power

Ladies love flowers. Floral fabrics have been used for centuries and are a symbol of ...

Green With Envy

Green is everywhere. It’s the most common color in the natural world and the second ...

Days of Wine and Roses

Once a color that represented power, red was very expensive to make and reserved for ...

Friendly Finery

Lace and embroidered textiles can be used alone or as ornamentation on otherwise plain fabrics. ...

The Texture of It All

Texture gives both visual and tactile depth to textiles. Whether it be random or in ...

Floral Finds

Just as flowers in nature, floral fabrics come in an abundance of colors. Originating in ...

Knits and Stretch

For centuries, people have used knitted or knotted fibers for all types of textiles. Originally ...

Paisley and Brocades

Originally, paisley and brocades were adorned with silver and gold thread. These textiles were worn ...

Speckles or Spots

Whether it’s a dot, a fleck, a patch or a splotch, speckles or spots are ...

Twill Dee Dee

Long the workhorse of industrial clothing, twill textiles are not just for work anymore. From ...

Hong Kong Fashion Week Downsizes to One Hall This Year

Photos courtesy of the Hong Kong Trade Development Council

Winged Beauty

Textile designers use a variety of images to show winged nature at its finest.

Stripes Are the Standard

Textile designers have long used stripes for military uniforms, business attire or just for fun.

Wild About Nature

Animal prints come in silk, rayon, poly blends and lace, perfect for the “wild side” ...

Jammies and More...

Pajama designs and other leisure styles offer textile designers lots of room to create for ...

Hues of Blues

Varieties of blue differ in hue. Textile designers use tints and shades of blue—such as ...