Fashion

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In order to meet the requirements of modern and transparent supply chain management, Mustang will introduce the cloud-based software tool Osca from Setlog in the second quarter of 2021. © Mustang

 
More transparency in the supply chain – the denim specialist opts for SCM tool from Setlog. By  Iris Schlomski
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Chris O’Connor, President and CEO of Humanetics Group: “We are thrilled to welcome Human-Solutions and Avalution to the Humanetics Group. With the Humanetics Group global footprint we can offer local support to Ramsis in every market around the world.” © Humanetics Group

 
03/03/2021 – Humanetics Group

Humanetics Group

Human Solutions and Avalution were acquired

The world’s pioneer of vehicle occupant safety Humanetics acquires Human Solutions and Avalution. By  Iris Schlomski
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Fashion production in Asia: To ensure that human rights are respected in manufacturing, the government coalition is introducing the Supply Chain Act. © terovesalainen/stock.adobe.com

 
02/03/2021 – Technology to implement regulations is in place

Technology to implement regulations is in place

Setlog: Supply Chain Act law is long overdue

SCM specialist Setlog is developing a three-phase model to help companies bring transparency to their value chain. By  Iris Schlomski
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Mostafiz Uddin: Retail stores in Germany have been closed for ten weeks since December 14. Retail store closures have a serious impact on factories in developing countries like Bangladesh and their millions of poor workers. © Bangladesh Denim Expo

 
02/03/2021 – Bangladesh: Germany is the 2nd largest export destination

Bangladesh: Germany is the 2nd largest export destination

Mostafiz Uddin: An Open Letter to the German Government

The impact of the lockdown for Bangladesh’s garment industry. An open letter from a manufacturer to German government by Mostafiz Uddin. By  Editorial staff
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With its digital event, Première Vision Paris is responding to the increasing digitalization of the fashion industry, which is seeking new models to cope with the current crisis and the evolution of its industry. The physical event, Première Vision Paris nevertheless remains essential. © Premiere Vision_Alex Gallosi

 
01/03/2021 – Trends Spring/Summer 2022

Trends Spring/Summer 2022

Première Vision Digital: On the highway to digitalisation

From February 15 to 19, the digital edition of Première Vision Paris was able to give important impetus to the creative fashion industry for the new season. By  Iris Schlomski
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The sourcing necessities of the fashion industry will become more and more linear; they want more regular meetings and are in favour of intermediate solutions such as this one, complementary to the trade shows which remain essential. This is why Texworld will maintain, if the conditions allow it, an event for fashion and textile professionals in July. © Thomas Deron

 
01/03/2021 – The meeting place for the fashion industries

The meeting place for the fashion industries

Texworld Evolution Paris – The Showroom

Promise kept: In one week, under exceptional circumstances, buyers exchanged 3,235 requests for collection projects or orders. By  Iris Schlomski
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Best of the autumn/winter collections 2021: Models and avatars met in two different worlds, presenting casual comfy looks that shine a light on the current trend for knitted goods. © Marc Cain

 
25/02/2021 – Combining technology and creativity

Combining technology and creativity

Marc Cain: Striding into the future with 3D design software

Armed with a clear digital strategy, Marc Cain is stepping into the digital future with 3D design software. By  Iris Schlomski