The majority of millennials in the UK are choosing to purchase clothing from resale websites in a move that could be a cause for concern for high street fashion heavyweights, the findings of a new survey show.
Ten of China's largest viscose fibre producers - who between them represent over 50% of the world's viscose staple fibre production - have released details of a three-year roadmap to improve the sustainability of the viscose industry from sourcing to production.
Organisers of one of the world's leading textile and garment technology exhibitions, ITMA 2019, have hailed the demand for space at next year's event, adding that it is already fully booked despite the addition of two extra halls to the floor plan.
The Powers Manufacturing Company, a privately owned provider of athletic uniforms, is implementing an end-to-end enterprise software solution to help tackle supply chain inefficiencies and support future growth.
US department store retailer Target Corp has named former TJX executive John Bauer as senior vice president of global inventory management, leading the teams responsible for ordering, inventory positioning, global trade and domestic transportation.
Unions in Bangladesh have renewed their demands for better wages for the country's garment workers, with a human chain protest organised earlier this month calling for a tripling of the monthly minimum.
French luxury skiwear and clothing firm Créations Fusalp has invested in a digitising solution from apparel software and systems supplier Gerber Technology to provide one version of the truth while managing product lifecycles.
Michael Preysman, founder and CEO of online clothing brand Everlane - which elevates transparency by breaking down the cost of making each product and its markup - is among the speakers at this year's ReMode conference, due to be held in Los Angeles later this year.
Victor Luis, CEO at accessories business Tapestry, formerly Coach Inc, has hailed the group's "strong" performance in both the fourth quarter and full year and outlined plans to acquire the Kate Spade operations in Singapore, Malaysia, and Australia as well as the Stuart Weitzman business in Southern China.