H&M has announced the launch of Co-Exist Story, an animal-friendly collection that is entirely approved by the animal-rights organization People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.
SNKRHUD, an online community for sneakerheads that allows them to immortalize their collections online in the form of digital collectibles, has announced the launch of their new digital platform, Sneaker Rater.
Fashion retailer REVOLVE has partnered with Recover, a leading producer in recycled cotton fiber, to launch a new sustainable denim collection with REVOLVE-owned brand Lovers and Friends.
Nylon brand NILIT has partnered with The Ocean Foundation on its Blue Resilience Initiative, which aims to reestablish and safeguard essential ocean meadows and other coastal habitats.
Kornit Digital, a market leader in sustainable, on-demand production technologies, has announced the release of its newest system, Kornit Presto MAX.
North American esports organization Dignitas has announced a new collaboration with athleticwear brand VIRUS International. Through the partnership, VIRUS International will become the official Game Day Apparel Partner of Dignitas.
Luxury bootmaker and leather-goods brand John Lobb recently unveiled a new location in Beverly Hills, Calif., as part of its expansion.
Kendu, the in-store visual-solutions provider, announced that Daniel Cortazar has joined the company as managing director. In his new role, Cortazar will oversee all business operations in the United States and Latin America.
Housing Works, the New York City–based nonprofit organization that provides advocacy, support and life-saving services to those impacted by homelessness and HIV/AIDs, will hold its 18th annual Fashion for Action fundraiser Nov. 10–13.
Foot Locker recently announced the launch of its new apparel line, LCKR by Foot Locker.
For Fall 2021, H&M has announced a collaboration with iconic American skate and streetwear brand No Fear to release a new capsule that pushes for inclusion and equality.
Apparel-industry trade event MAGIC recently announced its 2022 schedule to help buyers plan for next year while also adding a new show to its calendar—MAGIC Nashville.
Within the last year, scientists have reported the development of a method to channel CO2 emissions into a resource that can serve as the foundation for manufacturing products including electronics, cars, clothing and accessories with the technology serving as a replacement for fossil fuel–based plastics.
In 2017, Los Angeles-born and -raised sisters Celine and Joline Nehoray began developing a brand that would allow women to feel sexy and bold while also living these characteristics out loud and with no reservations.
During the return edition of LA Textile at the California Market Center in downtown Los Angeles, apparel makers and creatives were welcomed back to the trade-show floor to find inspiration following the event’s hiatus, which began after its March 2020 edition due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Los Angeles Market Week took place Oct. 10–13 in downtown Los Angeles and brought with it a number of designers and brands previewing their upcoming products and collections.
Activewear brand Vuori has announced a $400 million investment from SoftBank Vision Fund 2 at a valuation of $4 billion. Since 2015, Vuori has established itself as a leader in the activewear market that merges techwear with a West Coast aesthetic.
Ralph Lauren and Dow are open-sourcing a new platform that aims to transform how the apparel industry dyes cotton.
NuOrder, a leading B2B commerce platform, is launching a new buyer experience for Grassroots Outdoor Alliance retailers this fall.
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