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Indian Textile Sector Goes Handicraft to Compete with Hi-Tech China

16 Aug 2019

China's technological domination of the textiles sector has led to its competitors in India and elsewhere embracing high fashion, traditional techniques and eco-friendly products, according to many at...Read More

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Ethical Textile Innovations Supplant Big Ideas at Tokyo Fashion Expo

14 Aug 2019

At this year's Fashion World Tokyo event, it was those exhibitors with the low-key commitment to new material and techniques, as well as the more ethical business models, that outperformed those with ...Read More

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Spanish Clothing Giant Commits to Environmentally Sustainable Fibres, As Textiles are Prioritised for the Circular Economy

9 Aug 2019

Spanish retail giant Inditex, best known for its brand Zara which accounts for 70% of the group’s sales, recently announced concrete initiatives within the framework of its commitment to ethical and s...Read More

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Off-the-Shoulder Look Makes Last Stand at New York Fashion Expo

8 Aug 2019

While the perennial cold-shoulder style was finally seen as heading for the exit door at this year's Project Womens event, florals remained as in demand as ever and there seemed to be something of a g...Read More

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Unicorns and Mom-and-Me Outfits Dominate US Kids Clothing Expo

5 Aug 2019

Despite their best efforts, mermaids can't replace unicorns in the affections of young ladies across the US, while matching mum-and-daughter ensembles still outsell dad-and-lad combos, according to ex...Read More

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Chinese Consumers Go Bespoke (3): The Technology-Led Apparel Sector

3 April 2019

Tailor-made clothing was the most popular bespoke product category in China. “Our company strives to offer premium clothing to address the specific needs of customers by harnessing more new technology...Read More

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Rising Costs Marginalise Exported Chinese Textiles in Turkish Market

4 March 2019

Faced with continually rising costs, additional import tariffs, adverse currency fluctuations and low-quality perception, mainland-made fabrics now run the real risk of having an ever-diminishing shar...Read More

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Chinese Consumers Go Bespoke (1): Team Sportswear an Expression of Core Values

27 Feb 2019

Growing numbers of Chinese middle-class consumers are choosing custom-made products as their lifestyles improve. Yansu’s founder Mason Mai shares about the preferences of mainland consumers for bespok...Read More

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Tariff Talk Concerns Cast Shade Over Largest US Fashion Showcase

26 Feb 2019

While this year's Winter Magic event had lost none of its usual vibrancy, attendees remained preoccupied with the ongoing China-US trade talks, with many concerned as to just what "no deal" would mean...Read More

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Russian Product Labelling System Set to Impact on Hong Kong Exports

22 Feb 2019

Unified Labelling Information System set to be rolled out to consumer electronics, general clothing and other sectors....Read More

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Taiwan's Rebooted Textiles Sector Set to Benefit Hong Kong Businesses

13 Feb 2019

With Taiwan's reengineered textiles sector set to take a lead in the global functional fabrics segment, there may be a number of collaborative opportunities for Hong Kong businesses on the distributio...Read More

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Ongoing Sanctions Fail to Stymie Selective Boom in Russian Retailing

11 Feb 2019

With the Ukraine-related US / EU anti-Russian sanctions now poised to enter their fifth year, Moscow's resurgently vibrant retail scene suggests that their impact may be lessening with new players arr...Read More

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Magic's Last Hurrah Leaves Japanese Fashion Still Elderly-Fixated

16 Jan 2019

While 2018 may have marked the end of the road for IFF-Magic, Japan's style sector continues to wend its singular way, with the affluent elderly still clearly topping the target list of even the count...Read More

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Vendors Left Uncomfortable by Slow Sales of Comfortable Clothing

11 Jan 2019

While consumers were clearly putting comfort wear at a premium at the Dallas-held Apparel & Accessories Market, many exhibitors were left distinctly ill-at-ease by the unwillingness to spend demonstra...Read More

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Bangladesh Set to Overtake China as Leading Global Clothing Producer

7 Jan 2019

Could mainland manufacturers be set to lose out to their Bangladeshi counterparts in the international garment production stakes? There were plenty of exhibitors at the Apparel Sourcing show who certa...Read More

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US Businesses Hit Out as Trump Tariffs Impact Import-Reliant Sectors

18 Dec 2018

Far from bringing jobs back to the US, while adversely affecting overseas manufacturers, the ongoing US-China trade dispute is driving down exports from domestic manufacturers and challenging the viab...Read More

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Sportswear Spinoff Gives Hong Kong Suppliers New Route Into Russia

3 Dec 2018

Following the launch of the Demix retail chain, Sportmaster is said to be looking to source 1,300 own-label lines....Read More

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Changing Rooms Maintains its Focus on Japan's More Outré Outerwear

26 Oct 2018

Although forcibly relocated while preparations are under way for the looming Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, Rooms' reputation as Tokyo's most avant-garde fashion forum and most ambitious showcase remains w...Read More

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'Making it Where It's Worn' Said to be Future of Fashion Production

25 Oct 2018

Could micro-factories – compact, sustainable, on-site production faculties – be the future face of fashion, as shortened-runs, re-shoring and ever-smarter apparel rewrite the industry rulebook for a v...Read More

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Optimistic Outlook: The 2019 Outlook for the Clothing and Fashion Market Amid Sino-US Trade Turbulence

16 Oct 2018

HKTDC conducted face-to-face interviews with 234 buyers and 72 exhibitors attending CENTRESTAGE 2018. The survey results show that the industry is optimistic with regard to the market outlook for the ...Read More

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