HUGO BOSS became a front-runner in the race to adopt HeiQ AeoniQ yarns by putting a US$5M equity investment in HeiQ AeoniQ LLC and additional contingent US$4M based on performance milestone arrangements.
Fashion manufacturing is now the world's second largest polluter after oil and the world's second largest water user. COLOMBO, as the creator of noble fabrics, has already started an inexhaustible exploration on sustainable fashion.
Browzwear, a pioneer of 3D digital solutions for the fashion industry, and Cotton Incorporated, a not-for-profit company providing the resources and research needed to help companies develop and market superior, innovative, and profitable cotton products, are joining forces ahead of Earth Day to create an eco-conscious digital fabric collection.
Recognizing the need for more sustainable processes in the fashion industry, Dow and Cotton Incorporated joined forces to lessen the strain on the Earth’s water resources during the cotton dyeing process. Through close collaboration, Cotton Incorporated combined its industry expertise with Dow’s material science knowledge to validate the benefits of Dow’s patented ECOFAST™ Pure Sustainable Textile Treatment, a pretreatment that produces cationic cotton which significantly decreases the amount of water, chemicals, dye and energy needed to color cotton.
Global Fashion Group (GFG), an online fashion and lifestyle destination in emerging markets, intends to accelerate its marketplace and platform services by focusing on technology development. For this purpose, the group has issued seven-year senior unsecured bonds with a principal amount of €375 million that is convertible according to the terms and conditions of the bonds. The company is proud to have fulfilled the following 2022 targets ahead of schedule:
Second-quality jeans are those that don’t quite meet quality standards – the wash may be too dark, the stitching may not be quite right or the cut may be irregular. Usually they are sold for discount prices or just thrown away.
The plant is part of the Swedish Innovation Platform for Textile Sorting (SIPTex) government-funded project, which aims to develop a sorting solution tailored to the needs of textile recyclers and the garment industry.