I know I've told you about Source4Style in the past. But for those of you who don't remember I'll do a quick recap. S4S is the premier B2B online marketplace that allows designers to search and source more sustainable materials from a network of global suppliers. I should mention that I'm a big fan so I ...Read More >>
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The Fall runway shows wrapped up without a single documented PETA-sponsored prank. I found this ironic considering how many pelts decorated the catwalks. They came patchworked at Fendi and Acne, positively ferocious at Lanvin, and in the form of an ultra-plush peacoat at Burberry Prorsum. At Chanel, everything from the house's classic tweeds and quilted, ...Read More >>
While thumbing through the latest issue of Textile Insight I came across an ad for GlobalTex in Los Angeles, I decided it was high time to highlight something on the left coast.
Twenty member companies of the SEAMS Association participated in the Supply Chain USA pavilion at the SPESA Expo in Atlanta in May. The USA pavilion consisted of manufacturers of yarn, fabric, trim, equipment and sewn product manufacturers and contractors. All of the companies were very happy with the response they received from show attendees. Some ...Read More >>
Jasco Eco is the first creator of certified organic wool jersey. They have since expanded and evolved their eco label now offering organic cotton, viscose, and wool in interlock, twill, jersey, and crepe.
Textile Mills, Distributors, Suppliers, Converters, Importers, Agents, Pattern Makers, Sample Makers, Production Houses. AboutSources.com has put together 4 fantastic little guides designed to make your life and your work so much easier.