“The seminar series at Texworld USA, coordinated by Lenzing, provides the industry with a platform to exchange ideas with industry experts on pertinent industry topics related to trends, sourcing, innovation and sustainability.“ says Tricia Carey, USA Merchandising Manager, Lenzing.
Arthur Friedman, Senior Editor, Textiles and Trade, WWD opens the WWD mini-summit moderating a panel on sourcing in the Americas, while Arnie Karr, Senior Editor, WWD, follows up with a panel discussion on the impact of denim, as jeans continue to gain traction in the fashion industry.
The International OEKO-TEX Association Introduces STeP, the newest standard in sustainable textile production, and Stylesight brings presents the latest trends and developments in materials for Fall/Winter 2014.
“This seminar program offers insight to the current state of the industry, as well as providing the latest information in sustainability, sourcing, trends and a focus on small business,” says John P. Gallagher, President and CEO of Messe Frankfurt North America.
“Special thanks to Lenzing Innovation for their continued support and partnership.”
Highlights of the July 2013 seminar program include:
Tuesday, July 16th, 2013
Sourcing in the Americas
As labor costs and problems continue to rise in Asia, U.S. retailers and brands are looking to bring more of their production back to the Western Hemisphere. Free trade agreements like CAFTA and the U.S.-Columbia FTA, allowing for duty-free access to these markets, add to the appeal of manufacturing closer to home, bringing better quality control, shorter shipping times and a more stable operating environment to the supply chain.
Stylesight presents the latest trends and developments in materials for Fall/Winter 2014, revealing the key themes, colors, fibers, weaves, hand, patterns and design directives for the season.
Wednesday, July 17th, 2013
The newest standard in sustainable textile Production, the International OEKO-TEX Association Introduces STeP. In today’s complex global textile market, how do companies confirm that their suppliers’ facilities are operated with environmentally and socially responsible methods? Join Oeko-Tex to learn about the new “STeP by Oeko-Tex” textile facility certification. This independent, third party certification system identifies and sets the standard for sustainable textile production facilities around the world.
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