Fashion

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The Renoir Flexy from efi-Reggiani is fitted with a Kyocera printhead and is capable of printing flexible fabrics such as jersey with Lycra for swimwear and sportswear on an industrial scale © Stephan Geitel

 
Fespa, the leading European fair for screen and digital printing, opened its doors from 8-12 May 2017 in Hamburg. I By  Iris Schlomski
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Apparel Sourcing, Paris 18 - 21/9/2017 Le Bourget, Paris© Messe Frankfurt © Messe Frankfurt

 
13/07/2017 – Apparel Sourcing

Apparel Sourcing

One location, four trade fairs

Apparel Sourcing, Paris, now in its 13th show, continues healthy growth and has already registered 25% more exhibitors. By  Iris Schlomski
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Michael Nothelfer, managing director of caddon printing & imaging GmbH © Caddon

 
Since 2008, caddon has the patent for a new form of color measurement with which it manufactures products that are revolutionizing color recognition. By  Iris Schlomski
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"What do you consider to be the greatest obstacles to achieving a transparent supply chain?" Hermes Barometer asked 200 German companies to find answers to this and to more questions © Hermesworld

 
11/07/2017 – Hermes Germany: Sustainability

Hermes Germany: Sustainability

Transparency in the supply chain?

80 percent allow potential for doing business sustainably to go unused! The newest Hermes barometer from Hermes Germany discovers deficits. By  Iris Schlomski
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Lectra’s Fashion 4.0 event looks ahead to tomorrow’s digital future © Lectra

 
10/07/2017 – Lectra

Lectra

Strategies for the digital future

As fashion companies grapple with shifts in global economics and consumer behavior, Lectra offers digital solutions that keep the value chain agile. By  Iris Schlomski
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The textile and fashion designer Richard Quinn launches ‘open access’ textile print studio. © Epson

 
10/07/2017 – Epson Deutschland

Epson Deutschland

New textile print studio in London

Richard Quinn launches ‘open access’ textile print studio. Combines Epson digital dye sublimation and traditional manual screen printing technologies. By  Iris Schlomski
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Sensil is the premium Nylon 6.6 from Nilit for apparel and the new standard of quality for intimates, legwear, activewear, and other style- and performance-driven garments © Nilit

 
10/07/2017 – Interfilière: Nilit

Interfilière: Nilit

Nylon 6.6 is now the brand Sensil

Unique premium branding enables emotional, value-added connection to consumers By  Iris Schlomski