Archive for April, 2016

G-Star partners with ocean waste NGO | Fashion & Retail News | Ecotextile News

G-Star partners with ocean waste NGO

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ZDHC welcomes Kering and Sustainable Down Source | Dyes & Chemicals News | Ecotextile News

Ecotextile News provides exclusive news, features and in-depth comment together with the latest market analysis on the move towards a more sustainable textiles and clothing sector. It is a must read for responsible retailers, brands and forward-thinking textile companies.

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EU debates global garment supply chains | Fashion & Retail News | Ecotextile News

EU debates global garment supply chains

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Brand boycotts “won’t help workers” | Materials & Production News | Ecotextile News

Brand boycotts “won’t help workers”

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Japan : Asahi Kasei makes world’s first recycled spandex – Textile News Japan

Asahi Kasei’s fibres and textiles division has developed the world’s first recycled elastic polyurethane filament (spandex) – Roica EF.

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One third of all clothing “never sold” | Fashion & Retail News | Ecotextile News

Ecotextile News provides exclusive news, features and in-depth comment together with the latest market analysis on the move towards a more sustainable textiles and clothing sector. It is a must read for responsible retailers, brands and forward-thinking textile companies.

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In Its Quest To Decrease Water Use, Levi’s Is Open Sourcing Production Methods

From stonewashed jeans without the “wash” to using more recycled cotton, Levi’s is working to squeeze wasted water from its clothes.

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