Yella Activewear Encourages Movement Through Luxurious Fabrics
By Dorothy Crouch, contributing writer | June 8, 2023
Making activewear in a luxurious hand is Daniella Mizrahi’s mission, and the founder of Yella Activewear continues to raise the bar on the standards for her Los Angeles–based brand.
ASU-FIDM Integration Blends Innovation With Deep Fashion Roots
Two powerhouse institutions of higher learning—Arizona State University in Phoenix and the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in downtown Los Angeles—have joined forces...
Taking Steps Toward Producing a Cleaner, Greener Trade Show
What sustainable, ecological actions can trade-show producers take to create greener events?
Retold Closes the Environmental Gap in the Life Cycle of a Garment
The marketplace has reached the point where it requires an equal amount of creativity to figure out what to do with the products of our creativity. You could say we’re coming full circle, and that’s precisely what is meant by the circular economy and product life cycle.
LYCRA Sets Goal of 80 Percent Higg Verification by 2024
LYCRA is as close to a household name as a fiber maker can get, but there’s nothing like industry validation to assure you stay at the forefront of innovation.
Functional Fabric Fair Boasts Largest Show to Date
Powered by Performance Days, the spring edition of Functional Fabric Fair returned to Portland, Ore., April 4–5 to showcase the latest trends and innovations in textile development for the Spring 2024/2025 seasons.
Beyza Baykan Relies on the HMS Family Stone to Create Cleaner Denim
As Beyza Baykan pursued her applied-and-computational-mathematics and international-relations studies at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, she planned for a career combating the negative impacts of climate change in developing countries.
TradeBeyond Seeks to Help Companies Actually Produce Less
TradeBeyond helps companies make less stuff but better and more targeted stuff. It starts with sourcing.
Cone Denim Extends Sourcing-Verification Partnership With Oritain
North Carolina denim maker Cone Denim is extending its partnership with traceability and product-testing company Oritain.
Artistic Milliners Partners With Levi’s to Bring More Organic Cotton to the Supply Chain
Levi Strauss & Co. recently announced a new partnership with Artistic Milliners, founded in 1949 and one of the world’s leading producers of denim.
Sustainability and Body Positivity Resonate With Swim Collective Buyers
Buyers descended on Huntington Beach, Calif., for Emerald’s Swim Collective, held Jan. 19–20 at The Paséa Hotel & Spa, to shop for swimwear with substance.
It’s Not Easy Being Green: Transparency Within the Textile, Apparel Industry
With sustainable messaging ubiquitous within the apparel industry, what actions can companies take to relay a true commitment to ecological responsibility?
IndigoLast Takes Its Place Alongside NYDJ’s Other Eco-Friendly Collections
NYDJ—formerly known as Not Your Daughter’s Jeans—has unveiled a new eco-friendly wash called IndigoLast that will take its place alongside the brand’s BlackLast and BlueLast eco-friendly collections.
Unifi’s Textile Takeback Program Aims to Change the Fate of Polyester
In the past, obsolete fashion was cast into the dustbin of history. But legislation working its way through Europe and slowly making its way to the U.S. will soon require that garments find their way back into a circular marketplace rather than a landfill.
Lycra Publishes Goals to Be Reached by 2030
Lycra has taken a giant leap into the stratosphere of environmentalism with the recent unveiling of its first-ever Planet Agenda Report, which outlines the company’s strategies to become a more sustainable organization by the year 2030.