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These Six Fashion Brands Joined a Climate Change Initiative

As Climate Week begins in New York, six top apparel companies announced that they are joining the Science Based Targets initiative. 

Cotton Incorporated, the research and promotion company for U.S. cotton producers and importers, extends its commitment to sustainability of cotton across the supply chain by appointing Dr. Jesse Daystar, vice president and chief sustainability officer.

such as Syria, Iraq, Iran and Russia, Turkish textile and garment suppliers are turning their attention to markets in Asia, Africa, the United States and Latin America.

On Friday, Sept. 22, FULLBEAUTY Brands is partnering with PLUS Model Magazine and Housing Works, a New York City based non-profit fighting the twin crises of HIV/AIDS and homelessness, to host their first-ever plus-size charity shopping event "Love Your Body."  

On Friday, Sept. 22, FULLBEAUTY Brands is partnering with PLUS Model Magazine and Housing Works, a New York City based non-profit fighting the twin crises of HIV/AIDS and homelessness, to host their first-ever plus-size charity shopping event "Love Your Body."  

With the TPP’s topicality declining, China has been pushing the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) which involves 16 countries, including 10 ASEAN member states and its six dialogue partners Japan, India, China, New Zealand, Australia and South Korea.

Despite talk of a retail apocalypse, the retail industry is alive and well; in fact, retail sales are growing at an annual rate of 4 percent in 2017.

Delivering Good urges the apparel industry to step forward to assist relief efforts for Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.

Macy's is increasing the number of temporary workers it's hiring for distribution and warehouses for the holiday season as it chases fast growing e-commerce sales.

Amazon.com, Inc. unveiled plans to open a new fulfillment center in the Charter Township of Shelby, Mich.

The Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety reports that several dozen additional Alliance-affiliated factories completed all material components in their Corrective Action Plans during the month of August.. 

The new site and its resources have been created to make it easier for a broader number of designers, brands and suppliers to engage in and create circular materials based upon Cradle to Cradle principles.

SEAQUAL 4U was born of an alliance between ECOALF foundation, textile group SANTANDERINA and spinning mill ANTEX.

Newsgistics is a workshare partner of the USPS® and processes nearly 100 million parcels annually, including more than 50 percent of all Parcel Returns Select packages shipped through the postal service.

RLM Apparel Software responded to increased client demand for streamlining its integration with Amazon drop shipping by expanding the automated processes designed to make it easier and faster to fulfill B2C orders.

The REPREVE Ultimate Sports Fan Experience is a sweepstakes that highlights how fans can be a catalyst for environmental change and features once-in-a-lifetime opportunities.

Fruit of the Loom and HanesBrands are donating roughly a million clothing items apiece to victims of Hurricane Harvey in Texas and the Gulf Coast, while Michael Kors, Tailored Brands, FULLBEAUTY Brands, Wolverine, Tillys, DXL and Red Wing Shoe are also supporting relief efforts.

Once the country's fourth largest agricultural export, cotton is making its comeback to Haiti after a 30-year absence.

A supply chain that is not transparent can lead to continued implementation of unsustainable and unethical business practices, which can undermine a company’s reputation and bottom line. There are several traditional methods to ensure supply chain transparency.

Woolam Gin in Texas was awarded the Global Organic Textile Standard certification, making it the first certified U.S. organic cotton gin utilizing Applied DNA’s molecular tagging system.

From beamhouse to finish, three solutions contribute to a better future for the industry.

San Francisco based Marine Layer is staying true to its roots by collaborating on a special collection of tee shirts, with custom graphics, that will support the National Park Foundation.

Marine Layer, the San Francisco-based independent retailer that redefined soft by creating a suite of custom, sustainable fabrics, began pre-sales for a special collaboration with the National Park Foundation.

Twin Dragon (TD) just made a significant investment in SORBTEK®, a wicking performance fiber from Unifi. TD believes wicking performance is the succeeding industry innovation in denim comfort and will integrate it into its women’s and men’s collections, available at its mills in Asia and Mexico.

This work demonstrates how innovation in chemicals can bring far-reaching benefits by enabling change in process technologies to bring about significant progress in overall innovation in the textiles industry.

HanesBrands has voluntarily disclosed its carbon emissions and related information for the CDP 2017 Climate Change Report – marking the seventh year that the company has participated in this initiative.

For eons, The Black Sea Region of Turkey has been a geo-ecological zone of deep blue waters and green fertile lands and is now the inspiration for the vibrant Spring/Summer 2018 collection created by John Paul Ataker.

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