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R|Elan™ Cotluk – A fabric that is smarter than cotton

Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL), with its extensive R&D, has developed a smarter alternative to cotton by introducing R|Elan™ Cotluk fabric.
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US' Sereneview Armor unveils Aegis microbial curtains for infections

US’ Sereneview Armor has launched curtains that embed Aegis Microbe Shield to prevent hospital-acquired infections.
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Vicunha Launches Denim Made with Hemp

Vicunha, one of the main jeanswear brands in Brazil, recently launched its first jeans model made with hemp.
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BALENCIAGA’S "TRANSPARENT SUMMARY" SHOWS THE BRAND’S TRUE AND SPONTANEOUS WILLINGNESS TO PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT

It is well known that the garment industry has become the second largest contributor to the global greenhouse effect and pollution sources, with natural resources such as forests, oceans and atmosphere under immense pressure from continuing high saturation production. With consumers becoming more environmentally conscious, it has been a concern for fashion brands in recent years to achieve the original quality of ready-to-wear garments at the lowest possible ecological cost.
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R|Elan GreenGold – A Superior choice for Eco-Fashion

Growing Need for Genuine Sustainable Fibres
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Thai Acrylic Fibre Launches Fabricology Mobile App

Thai Acrylic Fibre Co., Ltd. (TAF) – one of the largest manufacturers of acrylic fibres and ranked among the top five acrylic fibre producers globally – has launched a new mobile app called “Fabricology”.
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MIC spa Offer Elasticity, Comfort and Wearability

Comfort, wearability and technical function go hand in hand in the creation of clothing for physical activity.
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A Study Shows that Electronic Textiles Made of New Cellulose Filament Have Great Potential

The foreign media New Atlas said, with the progress of materials and electronic technology, we are beginning to see that our clothes may be more than just to keep warm or protect us from wind and rain one day. Scientists from Chalmers University of Technology have provided a new convincing example by developing a new thread made of conductive cellulose that can be processed into textiles to generate electricity for various purposes.
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MANGO Signs The United Nations Fashion Industry Charter To Achieve More Sustainable Fashion Goals

Mango is conducting a detailed study of its carbon footprint, which will allow it to establish certain Science-Based Targets (SBTs) throughout 2021 and draft the corresponding plan to reduce its emissions.