Ahmed Jahangir, executive Director of Nishat Textile Mills, Karatschi, Pakistan: “The demand for textile masks worldwide will continue even after the pandemic is over.” © Onuchcha/

07/09/2020 – Turning challenges into opportunities

Turning challenges into opportunities

Mask production in the age of Corona – a global view

Many Asian textile and garment suppliers are manufacturing textile masks to meet the robust global demand for masks and protective gowns. By  Manik Mehta, New York

Wound onto a spool, the viscose filament yarn was spun from recycled cotton provided in form of cellulose sheets. Researchers at the Fraunhofer IAP have found a way to turn cotton clothes such as jeans into new high-quality garments rather than lowly cleaning rags. © Fraunhofer IAP

04/09/2020 – An efficient way of recycling cotton clothes

An efficient way of recycling cotton clothes

Sustainability: From old jeans to new t-shirt

Recycling clothing made of cotton: For the first time a research team together with a Swedish company has succeeded in doing so. By  Iris Schlomski

The Earth team visited the Nilit facilities in Israel and the USA to learn more about our environmentally responsible premium Nylon 6.6 products. © Nilit

04/09/2020 – Sunday, September 6th at 5:00 PM EDT on Fox Business News

Sunday, September 6th at 5:00 PM EDT on Fox Business News

See Nilit on EARTH with John Holden

Nilit will be featured in this weekend'’s episode of Earth with John Holden, a national television show series focusing on sustainability and improving ... By  Editorial staff

Natural fibres and colours, old technologies in new ways. © Messe Frankfurt/Andreas Houman

03/09/2020 – Nothing New, Everything New

Nothing New, Everything New

Heimtextil presents trends 2021/2022

Together with the Heimtextil Trend Council the management established a trend forecast for the coming season. By  Ilona Schulz

Nature look with a twist. Design: Paula Zahn, Modefachschule Sigmaringen – Embroidery Thread: Poly Star by Gunold . Sustainable wool and cotton fabrics by Elmer Zweifel. © Gunold

01/09/2020 – Fall/Winter 2021/2022

Fall/Winter 2021/2022

Gunold Trend Information

The corona pandemic influences trends to a large extent, as current developments in the textile, fashion and embroidery industries show. By  Editorial staff

Recent decisions by the French government banning the resumption of events of more than 5,000 people until after 31 October, along with new travel restrictions in many countries and the resurgence of an increased health risk, have led Première Vision to cancel the physical show at Paris Nord Villepinte in favor of an exclusively virtual format, the Digital Show. © Première Vision

27/08/2020 – Première Vision Paris

Première Vision Paris

Première Vision in September as digital show only

Faced with a resurgence of Covid-19 in Europa, Première Vision Paris cancels the pysical edition of its show, which was to be held in September 2020. ... By  Iris Schlomski

The theme of this edition of Spazio Ricerca, the trend area of Pitti Filati curated by Angelo Figus and Nicola Miller, presents six macro trends. © Pitti Immagine Filati

26/08/2020 – Autumn/Winter 2021/2022

Autumn/Winter 2021/2022

Pitti Filati 87: Ray of the light

The theme of Spazio Ricerca, the trend area of Pitti Filati curated by Angelo Figus and Nicola Miller, presents six macro trends. By  Iris Schlomski