Bearland House is an elegant 18th Century townhouse in the centre of historic Gloucester and home to the Emma Willis Factory. Here their luxury shirts, boxer shorts, pyjamas, dressing gowns and walking socks are made using traditional methods of cutting and sewing, making to the highest standards.
The Savile Row Academy is a tailoring school founded by Andrew Ramroop OBE, Master Tailor and Director of Maurice Sedwell, bespoke tailors of Savile Row.
A new industry agreement for the prevention of microplastic release from synthetic textiles washing was officially launched today and endorsed by the European Commission.
The inverted pyramid is a common method for writing news stories used by journalists and other writers to illustrate how information should be prioritized and structured in a text. It requires the writer to rank the importance of information starting with the most important information first.
Coloro decodes color as the human eye sees it. By combining 20 years of scientific research with a 100-years color methodology, they created a truly intuitive color system.
Over 70 managers and Theory of Constraints paractitioners and consultants gathered in Fukuoka, Japan, for the 26h TOCPA Conference, hosted by Juntos Consulting Int. One of the lecturers of the conference was Oded Cohen, who has more than 35 years of experience in developing, teaching and implementing TOC methodology, solutions and implementation processes. Here is his presentation about Laying the foundations for Operational Excellence.
February, 10-12 Miroglio Textile, textile division of the Miroglio Group, was present at Première Vision Paris with a renewed identity and with 4 collections that concretely demonstrate the distinctive elements of the company: innovation, creativity and smart technology at the service of the fashion industry.
Batik is one of the Indonesian method of printing textile. This is a modern and cool way to dress up. Batik, is something different and it matches all styles and fashion.The word comes from the Javanese word "amba", meaning ”to write”, and the Indonesian word for dot or point, "titik". The technique is thought to be over a thousand years old, and historical evidence demonstrates that cloth decorated with this resist technique was in use in the early centuries AD in Africa, the Middle East, and in several places in Asia.