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Three Nations: One Motto Paid Article

Denim is a versatile fabric. Moving from work wear to fashion, denim is not only for the youth and for style icons, but for all age groups and genders. Fibre2Fashion analyses the potential, challenges, and opportunities India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan hold as a sourcing hub for denim.

Developing with changing demands, it has become the common thread binding India, Pakistan and Bangladesh in a common goal. The Indian subcontinent is growing fast for ...

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The challenge for standards Paid Article

Ensuring and subsequently maintaining sustainability standards come with an extra cost that neither brands nor buyers are willing to take on. Animesh Saxena takes up the issue, and suggests a number of ways in which to tackle this challenge.

Sustainability remains a big challenge for industry in its commitment to labour welfare, human rights and environmental standards. While collaboration and commitment among all participants in the value chain ...

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Plus size clothing in India

In the past, over-sized category was overlooked, but it's finally getting the deserved attention from international and domestic retailers. Ankush Karwa co-founder-eShopbox discusses the potential, challenges, and the future of plus size clothing category along with the rapidly rising trend of online shopping in ...

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Remodelling Kolkata: The workwear capital of India Paid Article

Kolkata, the workwear capital of India, is set to break the conventional mindset of manufacturing and get a makeover for better growth and efficiency.

West Bengal has the biggest domestic workwear brands and export companies but still remains less industrialised compared to other textile and apparel hubs in India. Kolkata-based workwear companies like JPM Exports, Rama Overseas and Mallcom (India) are looking to consolidate their manufacturing operations to reach their potential as ...

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Jordan becomes the home for luxury apparel Paid Article

The acrimony and dust surrounding inhumane conditions under which garment workers of underdeveloped nations work, has begun to settle. Jordan is becoming a fancied destination for luxury apparel.

Jordan, a Middle Eastern country, has evolved into a textile hub. It is home to around 20 international brands. Jordan's customers include brands and retailers such as Liz Claiborne, Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, Gap, J. C. Penney, Levi Strauss & Co., Columbia, Hanes, Eddie Bauer, Lands' ...

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For things to work, all process must be in place Paid Article

It was in 1987 that Asif Merchant got into the business of wholesaling of footwear. He bought from small factories and sold to the big brands of Mumbai, but could not find the success he yearned for. In 1989 he set up an unauthorised portable structure at Breach Candy, and then found a shuttered property under the Kemps Corner flyover. He managed to raise the Rs 18 lakh needed, and Catwalk was launched in 1990 with a unique proposition: pay as you like. Merchant bought out the majority shares ...

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