Fashion

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Textile production for fashion brands: Bangladesh is the world’s second largest fashion producer after China. © Anna Auza / unsplash

 
01/04/2020 – Delayed deliveries of textiles from Bangladesh

Delayed deliveries of textiles from Bangladesh

Corona-crisis: Production and transport delays are only just beginning

The consequences of the coronavirus pandemic are increasingly affecting the supply chains of the fashion industry between Asia and Germany. By  Iris Schlomski
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Denim Expert Limited closed for 11 days from 25th March to 04th April for the safety of its workers and employees from the Coronavirus outbreak. Mostafiz Uddin will pay full salaries to his workers and employees for this period. © Denim Expert Ltd

 
Bangladeshi supplier offers production capacity to produce face masks and PPE on non-profit basis. By  Editorial staff
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The know-how acquired from over 50 years experience and the professionalism of the collaborators enabled Klopman to produce a range of masks in record time, completely made in Italy, with superior performance compared to the disposable ones widely used today in hospitals. © Klopman

 
27/03/2020 – Corona-crisis

Corona-crisis

Klopman produces 700,000 protective masks per month

The European leader in workwear fabrics will produce fabric masks that are washable and reusable up to 50 times. By  Editorial staff
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Senior Marketing Manager Lena Weimer: “Even if exhibitors and visitors cannot meet personally at the fair in this currently very challenging situation, we will find ways to inform the industry about the latest products and trends.” © Performance Days

 
25/03/2020 – Corona

Corona

Performance Days cancelled

The protection of visitors and exhibitors remains top priority. April show cancelled. Innovations for summer 2022 being presented in digital form. By  Iris Schlomski
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Every drop counts in the fight against climate change. Water creates life and prosperity and is essential for human health. © Jeanologia

 
23/03/2020 – World Water Day

World Water Day

Jeanologia: MissionZero

Jeanologia encourages all textile industry stakeholders to get behind its MissionZero: dehydrate and detoxify the jean industry by 2025. By  Iris Schlomski
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Scientist Pavan Manvi of RWTH Aachen University (right) and researcher Dr Jochen Norwig of Covestro with a prototype CO2 synthetic fibre. © Covestro

 
19/03/2020 – Air – drive the change

Air – drive the change

Make it fair, clean the air

Jeans often serve as the prime example of fashion’s negative effects on the planet. New technologies enable sustainable alternatives. By  Editorial staff
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Ingeborg Neumann, President of the Confederation of the German Textile and Fashion Industry (textil+mode): “Our study of the future is a guideline for a Green Deal for textiles.” © imo

 
18/03/2020 – Green Deal Textiles

Green Deal Textiles

Studying the future – Perspectives 2035

Textiles are the stuff the future is made of. This, at least, is the conclusion drawn by a recent study entitled “Perspectives 2035”. By  Iris Schlomski