Miami Fashion Week to return after break with focus on sustainability

Submitted by admin on 23 May 2022

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Miami Fashion Week (MIAFW), one of the largest fashion events in the US, has returned after a two-year hiatus. The physical event will focus on sustainability and celebrate fashion in an innovative way. The event will be held from May 31 to June 5, 2022, in Miami, Florida.

83% global customers interested in purchasing via metaverse

Submitted by admin on 10 May 2022

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A survey conducted by Accenture of more than 11,000 consumers in 16 countries found that while almost two-thirds (64 per cent) of consumers had already purchased a virtual good or taken part in a virtual experience or service in the past year, that figure is expected to rise, as 83 per cent show interest in making purchases via the metaverse.

Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics to begin from August 29

Submitted by admin on 3 May 2022

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Shanghai is ready to welcome the apparel industry for business interactions and product sourcing, from August 29-31, 2022 at Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics – Autumn Edition. Fairgoers can look forward to profiting from the favourable conditions of the Chinese market with support from the global apparel textile flagship’s reputable platform.

Earth Day Round Up: Global brands announce sustainability initiatives

Submitted by admin on 25 April 2022

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This Earth Day, Canopy announced that eight new fashion companies joined the CanopyStyle initiative to keep ancient and endangered forests out of the viscose supply chain and help conserve the world’s most vital forests, biodiversity, and climate. The brands include Shein, Hanky Panky, ocean+main, River Island, AllSaints, Kmart Australia and Boody.

Over 5K visitors expected to attend CMAI FAB Show in Mumbai, India

Submitted by admin on 11 April 2022

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The Clothing Manufacturers Association of India (CMAI) has launched its latest initiative in providing service to its members – the CMAI FAB Show – scheduled to be held from April 11-13 at the newly opened Jio World Centre in Mumbai. More than 5,000 garment manufacturers, exporters, retailers and traders are expected to visit the show.

Europe's Puma trials recycling process; H&M launches sustainable range

Submitted by admin on 4 April 2022

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Sports company Puma is set to pilot an innovative production process to use existing football jerseys to produce new ones to reduce waste and pave the way towards more circular production models, while Swedish clothing company H&M has launched a new denim collection for which the company focused on saving water in all phases, working with suppliers who use recycling water systems.

Decentraland kicks-off first Metaverse Fashion Week

Submitted by admin on 28 March 2022

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Decentraland’s Metaverse Fashion Week (MVFW22) has unveiled the future of fashion. Featuring AI and robots, luxury wearables, ‘phygital goods,’ and immersive experiences, more than 70 participating brands, artists, and designers, are coming together to be a part of MVFW22, a milestone event in the global fashion industry, that ends on March 27.

US' Anine Bing ropes in model Irina Shayk for 2022 brand campaigns

Submitted by admin on 21 March 2022

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US-based women’s fashion brand Anine Bing’s has partnered with actress and supermodel Irina Shayk to serve as the face of its 2022 brand and 10-year anniversary campaigns. The collaboration will support the relaunch of Anine Bing’s best-selling Classics Collection, and the debut of its first-ever Resort Collection. The campaigns were shot by fashion photographer Chris Colls.

New York mayor announces plans for sustainable fashion jobs

Submitted by admin on 21 February 2022

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New York City mayor Eric Adams has announced a partnership with New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) that will create new jobs for New Yorkers, expand Brooklyn’s footprint in the fashion industry, and provide a boost to New York’s economy. Slow Factory will be the first major tenant at Made in NY Garment Hub as part of redevelopment.