Texworld USA – Tuesday, July 18th, 2017

01:00 PM (ROOM 1E03)
Meeting consumer demand for transparency in the textiles and apparel value chain

Bruce Thomson - BrightLabel

How BrightLabel is leveraging mobile technology and digital labeling to promote transparency and help brands open new channels of direct engagement with customers to bring them content-rich, dynamic product information and build brand loyalty.

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Posted: July 18 2017, 01:00 PM by:
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Texworld USA – Tuesday, July 18th, 2017

11:30 PM (ROOM 1E04)
Asthma and Allergy-Friendly Textiles and Breathe Easier

Dr. John McKeon - Allergy Standards

Asthma and allergies strike one-in-four Americans, that’s 60 million people who spend an estimated $10 billion a year on products marketed to this group! But claims made by companies today can’t be verified because there is little or no governing regulation. What can companies do to capture a piece of this growing market?

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Posted: July 18 2017, 11:30 AM by:
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Texworld USA – Tuesday, July 18th, 2017

11:00 AM (ROOM 1E03)
Sustainability - Water Use, Conservation & Pollution

Tricia Carey - Lenzing Fibers Inc.
Caterina Conti - Textile Exchange
Tara St. James - BF+DA
Moderator: John Mowbray - EcoTextile News / MCL News & Media

Fresh from hosting Planet Textiles Summit in India where water availability, water conservation and wastewater pollution were at the top of the agenda, John Mowbray, Founder and Director of MCL News & Media, which publishes Ecotextile News, considers how our industry should change its approach to a key resource that sustains all life on Earth.

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Posted: July 18 2017, 11:00 AM by:
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Texworld USA – Monday, July 17th, 2017

04:30 PM (ROOM 1E03)
Shifting Consumer Purchasing Patterns Spell Opportunity for the Nimble Retailer

Judith Russell - Nilit
Bob McGee - Formula4 Media, LLC & Sports Insight Extra

The apparel industry is undergoing the most dramatic transformation since the beginning of organized retail. Baby boomers are downsizing. Younger consumers are more knowledgeable and demanding than any demographic in history. Traditional retailers can’t seem to stop the decline in brick and mortar traffic. And yet, amid all the turbulence rises opportunity!

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Posted: July 17 2017, 04:30 PM by:
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Texworld USA – Monday, July 17th, 2017

03:00 PM (ROOM 1E03)
Sourcing in Preference Program Countries

Tarek Kabil - Egyptian Ministry of Trade & Industry
Ashraf Rabiey - QIZ Minister of Egypt
Gabi Bar - QIZ Minister of Israel
Mark D'Sa - Special Project Director for Haiti
Moderator: Gail Strickler - Brookfield Associates, LLC.

Officials and manufacturers from Africa, Egypt, Israel and Haiti tell you about the special programs that let you take advantage of duty free sourcing with fabric from anywhere. Hear from the experts and the ministers from these countries in a panel discussion and Q & A session and ask the experts about AGOA, QIZ's and Haiti HOPE/HELP.

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Posted: July 17 2017, 03:00 PM by:
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Texworld USA – Monday, July 17th, 2017

01:00 PM (ROOM 1E03)
Meaningful Fashion for a New Era

Sharon Graubard - MintModa

What makes fashion meaningful today? Find the values — emotional resonance, sensory and aesthetic appeal, authenticity, a sense of connection and more — that make clothing and brands desirable for Fall 2018 and beyond.

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Texworld USA – Monday, July 17th, 2017

11:00 AM (ROOM 1E03)
Fashion 101: How to Start A Fashion Line

Mercedes Gonzalez - Global Purchasing Companies

This workshop is geared towards helping the new fashion designer, production person, and even retailer who wants to start their own private label line. Learn from this practical and insightful crash course on how business is really done.

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Impressions Techtextil Frankfurt

Lenzing presented:

BOTANIC SOLUTIONS FOR AGRICULTURE: TENCEL® branded lyocell fibers are manufactured from the natural raw material wood. They are fully compostable and 100% biodegradable. The botanic solutions for agriculture and horticulture feature farming ropes, nonwovens and nets of TENCEL® fibers.

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Posted: June 08 2017, 08:00 AM by:
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Impressions INDEX 17, GENEVA

Lenzing presented:

BOTANIC SKINCARE WITH TENCEL® FIBERS: TENCEL®, branded lyocell fibers from the house of Lenzing, are the ultimate fibers when it comes to cosmetic applications in nonwovens. Due to the smooth fiber surface, they are particularly silky to the skin, clean and hygienic. TENCEL® fibers come from nature as wood is the basis of the fiber – simply natural botanic skin care.

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Posted: May 09 2017, 08:00 AM by:
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Impressions Première Vision Istanbul

Lenzing presented:

Future black forever: Lenzing Modal® branded fibers in black color are the fashionable and ecological solution of the future in many usages such as lingerie, loungewear, tops, denim and socks. Textiles of Lenzing Modal® fibers in black color are durable as the color stays put even after repeated washing. As the black color pigment is added directly to the fiber matrix, dyeing is no longer necessary. With future black forever fashion becomes ecological.

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Posted: April 06 2017, 08:00 AM by:
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