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Next summer, whether you plan to sun-bathe by the pool, swim in the ocean, or jog along palm-trees boulevards, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t do it sustainably, starting from what you wear.
A cross-seasonal concept with the mission of reinforcing the connection between retailers, manufacturers and consumers was recently presented by the organisers of tradeshow PANORAMA Berlin.
Lots of users still mourn the discontinuation of Windows Essentials, the free software bundle that boasted a number of handy apps, with Movie Maker being one of the most loved ones. It was considered one of the most efficient free tools wherewith you could quickly create or edit a video on your Windows PC.
Founded in 2019, Chapelo is a manufacturer of custom fit American-made classic-style men’s hats that are custom measured and handcrafted with the finest materials for superior fit and durability. Chapelo’s hat maker and artisan Matt Howard is no stranger to the hat world. He entered the industry as a tooling builder making hat blocks and flange sets. He has been commissioned by many well-known hat lovers and celebrities to do custom brim work. All of Chapelo’s hats are 100 percent made by hand with no machines or automation.
Since first being opened in 2013, Sumissura has managed to become an e-commerce leader for tailored clothing. The brand's approach to fashion is one that pursues a variety of customization options, aiming to provide women with garment pieces that fit them perfectly.
They have joined forces to create a new rubber boot, and it just might be the most sustainable ever made.
Scabal’s new Autumn Winter collections journey forward with the introduction of a new luxury capsule drawing inspiration from both the British Countryside and the urban city landscape. Wool trench coats and corduroy suits are styled together for a smart country casual look, while tailored hunting jackets are paired with cosy cashmere knits and wool flannel trousers ideal for style and warmth when exploring the outdoors.
The White Label World Expo is the leading online retail sourcing show, making it the perfect destination for manufacturers to showcase their products to a rapidly growing market. Based in four countries over three continents. It truly is a global event reaching a truly global audience.
Where does our sense of style come from? Whether you like to dress to impress with classic shapes and traditional styles or prefer pushing the boundaries in something more contemporary, we all take inspiration from somewhere.
Everyone wants to look nice when they work in an office, that’s a given. But not everyone is comfortable. By wearing sporty-athletic styled clothing you can look nice and feel comfortable at work. But what articles of clothing look best? What brushes up against that fine line between casual and professional? While remaining comfortable?
Tiger of Sweden's Fall/Winter 2019 collection takes inspiration from a brief creative period ranging from the mid 1910’s through to the start of the 1930’s known as Swedish Grace. A period when architecture, art and craft balanced between a classic and modern expression. It was a time full of creativity influenced by the big changes that was happening in society and the world as a whole. The fall of empires, the dawn of new democracies, the introduction of universal right to vote in Sweden.
Even in this day and age, there is a stigma attached to hair loss and even more so for those who choose to have a cosmetic procedure to deal with this problem.
Historic brand, created at the same time as the Company, Luigi Bianchi Mantova fully expresses the sartorial taste of Made in Italy, constant stylist research and exclusivity.
Thinking about the future while looking at the past. The sartorial expression that acts as a sumptuous celebration of fabrics and cuts, perceptions and elements in a complete balance between tradition and innovation.
C.L.A.S.S. the global platform for sustainable materials, fibres and textiles for the fashion business is ready up for its world tour in some of the most cutting-edge venues and events truly committed to ‘weave’ a better future. The first appointment will be the Textile Exchange conference, the influential annual event organised by the eponymous certification agency and non-profit association, held in Vancouver, BC – Canada, from October 16. Ready to discover smart and cutting-edge innovations? In Vancouver, C.LA.S.S. is looking forward to shaking hands at Booth 40.
The new collection from Remus Uomo for autumn/winter ’19 has been informed and inspired by a broad range of cultural and fashion influences which combine to create a unique but commercial offering for the new season.
Between bullfighters and senoras the collection by Daniele Niboli is a homage to the flamboyant charm of Southern Spain.
Fashion is almost like a universal language. It is one way people can express their individuality and life philosophy. Apart from just being a form of self-expression, though, fashion is also a lucrative business niche. Those who are consummate fashionistas or passionate about creating beautiful pieces can find tons of ways to market fashion to consumers.
Over 56 000 visitors came to seek inspiration and innovation at the September 2019 edition of Premiere Vision Paris
The September 2019 edition of Premiere Vision Paris, the leading professional show for the creative fashion industry, was held from 17 to 19 September in Paris Nord Villepinte. The event, dedicated to the autumn-winter 2020-21 collections, welcomed 56,154 visitors from across the globe.
Looking for the latest trends in men's street fashion? Get some ideas here for your new look straight from the top menswear fashion capitals of the world.
WHITE Milano keeps achieving outstanding results. The Tradeshow closes its September edition with 27.934 visitors (3% more than in September 2018). The buyers have increased by 2%, foreign buyers have reached 9%, while Italy has dropped by 1%.
Customized clothing pieces are becoming more and more popular as time goes on, and with good reasoning. If you want to invest in brand new clothing pieces for your wardrobe, you should think about taking the personalized route. There are many diverse advantages that are associated with buying and wearing custom apparel.
It turns out that do-it-yourself (DIY) fashion extends well beyond sewing buttons onto old shirts. In fact, DIY is a core component of ethical fashion because it finds new ways to preserve and upcycle old materials into new pieces. Many key items in menswear collections can be repurposed using basic DIY techniques. This method offers a low-cost alternative for sprucing up your wardrobe without buying into fast fashion trends.
Times are changing when it comes to there being a necessity for employees to wear strict business attire in the workplace. A lot of businesses are now finding that allowing staff to wear their own clothes can lead to increased happiness in the workplace. Indeed, only one in ten employees in Britain wear a suit to work in 2019. Nowadays, options range from casual dress to branded polo shirts. When it comes to deciding how your employees should dress, a lot of it comes down to your industry in terms of what is appropriate.
The new a.testoni advertising campaign was shot on location in Milan, in a futuristic space, featuring dramatic planes of visionary colours, designed by architect Aldo Rossi in 1968. A metropolitan, architectural icon that transcends short-lived trends, as do a.testoni’s shoes and bags.
Freedom is the keyword by Manuel Ritz that in this season plays on the reinterpretations of the classics its way: contemporaneity, liveliness, dynamism. Manuel Ritz’s DNA becomes this way first fashion and then an item, proposing for the Fall/Winter 2019-20 two worlds of reference: Mountain andRoyal Funk, which dialogue between them creating unusual mixes played on the trajectory matter-texture.
Sustainably sourced Eastman Naia cellulosic yarn featured prominently in the Grand Final Fashion Show of the 2019 Redress Design Award in Hong Kong on September 5, 2019. Naia from Eastman, the Gold Sponsor of the world’s largest sustainable fashion design competition, was showcased in 10 innovative collections of waste-reducing designs. The competition finalists were challenged to incorporate Naia fabric remnants into their collection pieces. The Grand Final Fashion Show reached a global audience of industry professionals, media and VIPs at CENTRESTAGE and was livestreamed internationally.
The project shown at Munich Fabric Start in the beginning of September started from the vision of Martin Havik, founder of the recycled movement REMO with the support of Michel Walstock. Martin has lived in Prato many years owning a buying office dealing with big brands as G-Star, Hugo Boss and more. He understood many years ago that world resources are finite and soon the textile was in the need to find a more sustainable way to produce if it wants to survive this period of crisis. He pulled together a group of professionals in textile field since many years, starting with a company in Prato Co.mi.stra owned by the Tesi family with a centuries-old culture about recycling wool, the fabric designer Piero Diddi, a specialist in textile innovation - Dalia Benefatto.
At Munich Fabric Start I met the representatives of Supreme Green Cotton. From carefully selected and controlled non GMO cotton seeds, Supreme Green Cotton is cultivated via sustainable practices in family farms in Greece.
Apulia and Salento with their colours and perfumes inspire again Spring-Summer 2020 Angelo Nardelli collection.
The recent MUNICH FABRIC START, held from 3 to 5 September 2019 in Munich, Germany, launched the new Hall 8 and an extended exhibitor portfolio to once again convince the sector of the innovation and information platform. Featuring highly concentrated themes, new exhibition formats and numerous expert-led panel discussions, keynotes and lectures. Now spread over eight halls, for the very first time over 1,000 international suppliers showcased more than 2,000 collections in the Fabrics, Additionals, Denim and Sourcing segments for Autumn/Winter 2020/2021.
The unique value of each Cesare Attolini garment lies in a series of meaningful details. Each garment is made entirely by hand in the Casalnuovo tailor’s shop, on the outskirts of Naples. It takes 25 to 30 hours to make a suit.
The journey, or rather the desire to travel, is the peculiar character of our times. A window that opens upon the future, an instantaneous snapshot captured by a smartphone, or a briskly multilingual chat. Belvest's menswear collection for autumn-winter 2019-2020 takes its inspiration from the multifaceted traveler of today, that in every moment of his life seeks authentic emotional luxury. A dashing style, inspired by the new ethos, where couture is casual yet of great visual impact.
Modern textile production goes back to the years of the First industrial revolution. In just a few decades, in the late 18th and first half of the 19th century, the manufacturing system has been replaced by industrial processes. There are huge machines, which are processing quantities of raw material which were not possible by then. Only decades later the conveyor lines and mass production were implemented. But what is the situation today?
Print Logistics is an innovator in textile and direct-to-garment (DTG) printing in Poland. They are able to print on nearly all fabric from cotton to knitwear and everything in between. They also have a micro factory and they can print, cut and sew, offering a full service to many of their clients.
With stable results, the 33rd edition of CPM – Collection Premiere Moscow drew to a successful close on 6 September 2019. Around 1,300 brands from 30 countries exhibited their collections for the spring/summer 2020 season in 16 halls of the Expocentre exhibition grounds. As always, CPM attracted a highly professional audience of buyers and experts to Moscow: around 21,300 professional visitors from 50 countries with a focus on Europe and South Asia.
In the Men's Collection for the next winter season, which bears the name of Coral Damie, Isaia's constant support and active participation in the life of the greatest Neapolitan has become creative inspiration. The colours, the soft and opulent atmospheres, both representative and enveloping which, through the neoclassical taste impressed by Antonio Niccolini at the beginning of the nineteenth century, characterise the San Carlo, are translated in-to a precious palette of soft and dense colours that tell of timeless stories, lyrical passions and intense musical sensations.
The winners of the 7th HighTex Award have been announced. Given the large number of competitive new products from international fabric producers, it was no easy task for the expert jury consisting of Philip Langer, Iris Schlomski, Christoph Hornung, Alex Vogt, Simon Angel and Jo Baumgartner to reach an unanimous decision.
As we approach the end of the summer months, everyone starts to think about what kind of fashions might be coming in for the autumn. Of course, you will always want to stay ahead of the game, and this means that you will be on the lookout for the kind of fashion that you should invest in, so that you’re ready for autumn to arrive. With this in mind, we have worked hard to put together a great selection of fashion ideas that will see you right through late summer and into early autumn.
When it comes to fashion more female celebrities get all the attention because when compared to their male counterparts, it’s evident that they do pay more attention to their on and off-duty outfits. But with style trailblazers such as Queer Eye’s Antoni Porowski, international K-pop sensation BTS, and British actor Riz Ahmed inspiring more men to pay attention to their sartorial choices, it looks like we’ll be seeing the return of sharp and luxurious dressing among gentlemen all over the world. Replicating these celebrities’ respective styles can be costly, however, it’s possible to get their opulent looks for less. With a few styling tricks and smart shopping, you can look like a star without breaking the bank.
The solution for apparel brands facing rising uncertainty and cost in their global supply chains is to make their merchandise closer to the point of the sale and to use made-to-order services. The "Merch by Amazon" on-demand printing service operates since three years. It works by printing t-shirts once an order comes in, meaning the brands do not have to commit to a large merchandise inventory upfront.
Lanificio Mario Bellucci was founded in 1950 in Prato, a large textile center located just a few kilometers from Florence. Already from the early 60's, the company has been specialized in novelty fabrics, creating a large commercial market both in Italy and internationally.
The Italian brand Ravazzolo presented its Autumn/Winter 2019-2020 collection. One collection full of colours of fall - brown, beige, grey, orange and burgundy.
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Tartan occupies a major role in Fall/Winter 2019-2020 collection of Gabriele Passini. Taken to n-th degree, it crops up on jackets, shirts, coats, scarves and capes, inspiring top-to-toe looks with authentic old English undertones where the time honoured Scottish plaid has found its way onto Italian semi combed flannel which are unlined and featherlight.
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Welcome to The Grill, Manhattan’s ultimate destination for luxurious, stylish dining and entertainment. A mid-century midtown pleasure palace designed by Philip Johnson and Mies van der Rohe, covered in French walnut walls and Lee Krasner paintings, and filled with historic atmosphere – this is where JFK came to celebrate after Marilyn Monroe’s breathy rendition of Happy Birthday. So, where better in New York for the powerhouse Philipp Plein Group to stage its 20th-anniversary show?
This designer has long proven himself the king of smolderingly confident luxurywear. And this collection, with its color scheme of glinting noirs and icy hues, its leather accents and sleek accessories, and its focus on ultra-dressy outerwear, reverberated through the company’s slick Milan showroom with just as much of that vaunting Ford allure.
The Fall Winter 2019 collection is born out of a dynamic synergy. By fusing tailoring tradition with contemporary informal style, and business affairs with moments of leisure, it marks a sartorial evolution through the use of technology and soft-wear.
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