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Global apparel markets: product developments and innovations, 4th quarter 2008
published in Issue 4, 4th Quarter 2008
Table of Contents
An American inventor has developed a new head covering for hooded jackets which offers unobstructed vision
Designers at Levi Strauss have developed a pair of jeans which can enhance the appearance of a woman’s buttocks
The fundoshi is fast becoming a fashionable undergarment for women in Japan
Uniqlo’s Bra Top camisoles are popular among Japanese women
Lectra has launched a new version of DiaminoFashion, its marker-making software for apparel manufacturers
US scientists have developed an electrically conductive cotton yarn which can detect bleeding
FABRICS FOR APPAREL
AgResearch has won an award for its Natural Easy Care (NEC) washable merino wool fabric
Yamamoto has developed a new fabric for swimsuits which can improve performance
FABRICS TREATMENTS FOR APPAREL
Australian Wool Innovation (AWI) has developed a technology which enables woven products made from merino wool to be cleaned under a domestic shower
H&M has featured garments made from recycled materials in its spring 2009 collection
Marks & Spencer (M&S) and Sanitized have introduced a range of antimicrobial socks called M&S Freshfeet
NP Collection has opened an “intelligent” clothing store in Finland which uses radio frequency identification (RFID) technology to help customers choose items of clothing
The Accessory Corporation has developed a new anti-slip clothes hanger
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