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  • Tommy Hilfiger has announced that 3D design technology is being incorporated into all apparel design teams at its headquarters in Amsterdam. Its spring 2022 apparel collections will be the first to be fully designed using the company’s innovative 3D design platform. This commitment builds upon the company’s target to digitise its end-to-end value chain.In order to realise their 3D design goal, Tommy has founded a tech incubator called STITCH, dedicated to digitising the company’s design practice
  • Hudson's Bay Company (HBC) recently sold Lord + Taylor to fashion rental subscription service Le Tote for $75 million in cash and a secured promissory note for $25 million payable in cash after two years, subject to customary adjustments. HBC now holds an equity stake of 25 per cent in Le Tote and a right to designate two members to its board of directors.Le Tote has acquired the Lord + Taylor brand and related intellectual property, as well as assumedoperations of 38 stores, Lord + Taylor d
  • The global authority on wool, The Woolmark Company, has launched an all new Merino wool Fall/Winter 2019 collection in collaboration with Péro, which is now available to buy at Good Earth stores across India.The collectionuses the world’s best Merino wool from Australia before travelling to Kullu, where the handweavers of Woolmark licensee Bhuttico bring Péro’s designs to life.Showcasing different points along the supply chain has allowed Péro designer Aneeth Arora to narrow the gaps between pla
  • The UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has found that woollen yarn producer Danspin’s purchase of competitor Lawton Yarns poses serious competition concerns for carpet manufacturers. CMA, which has been investigating the completed merger of both, feels the new firm could increase prices or reduce yarn supply, potentially pushing woollen carpet prices.Pic: ShutterstockBoth companies provide yarn that is used to make woollen carpets nationally and across the world. In the United Kingdom, o
  • Lion Equity Partners, a private equity firm specialising in acquiring corporate carve-outs, has announced that its affiliate, Lion Equity Holdings II, has acquired Riegel Linen from Mount Vernon Mills. Riegel Linen develops tablecloths, napkins, sheets, towels, bedding, and other linens for restaurants, linen suppliers, retailers, and healthcare centres.Riegel is headquartered in Aiken, SC, and operates a manufacturing facility in McCormick, SC and a network of salespeople and warehouses strateg
  • T-Shirts used as mobile phones sounds like the stuff of science fiction. But a research project led by Nottingham Trent University could turn such future-gazing tech into reality. The university’s Advanced Textiles Research Group (ATRG) has been given £1.3m to advance the technology that will pave the way towards the world’s first wearable computer.The project aims to create a manufacturing process to enable complex electronic circuitry to be embedded into yarns on an industrial scale. The resea
  • In a bid to attract the booming Indian market, international contingents have booked exhibition space at Techtextil India 2019 in full force. The show with over 160 exhibitors will showcase exclusive international pavilions, an exclusive area for the composite industry and knowledge focussed forum – Techtextil India Symposium.The 7th edition of Techtextil India 2019 will witness strong participation from major international stakeholders like Austria, Belgium, China, France, Germany, Italy, Korea
  • Global railway authorities are promoting rail transport as the first choice of customers. In order to meet operators’ requirements, train seat manufacturing companies are providing luxurious seats by using high-quality train seat materials with more cushioning. In 2019, the global train seat materials market revenue is projected to be valued at ~US$ 1.8 Bn.Key Takeaways of the Train Seat Materials Market StudyRailway authorities are focusing on inclusion of new seat materials such as leather to
  • Myanmar is coming up as a major competitor of Bangladesh in the global apparel markets. The country has really developed a lot in a short span of time.The export volume till the end of August in 11 months of FY 2018-19 was worth $4.37 billion compared to the $3.2 billion figure in the same period a year ago—an increase of $1.17 billion, according to the Commerce Ministry of Myanmar.Myanmar targeted to export $10 billion worth of garment items by 2024 and the creation of more than one million job
  • Tintex, the leading jersey manufacturer, will showcase a naturally advanced collection, a cutting-edge colouration technology, and a brand-new collaborative business model, at the Performance Days to be held in Munich from November 13-14 in booth c08 / hall c1. Performance Days is the functional fabric fair for sourcing in sports, work and corporate wear.The new statement collection – 'WEME' – for A/W 20/21 goes beyond intellectual and spiritual individual needs to embrace a communal vis
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