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- Parsons And Lidewij Edelkoort On The Value Of Imperfection And Why Textiles Matter
Do textiles keep our integrity together and maintain our values? Parsons School of Design and Lidewij Edelkoort of Trend Tablet are creating a program to protect traditional crafts and our future.
Forbes. Sunday, 21 Oct 2018.
- Researchers develop AI-backed textile quality control system
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) has developed an intelligent fabric defect detection system that uses advanced technologies including Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Deep Learning.
Just Style. Friday, 19 Oct 2018.
- Miami sourcing show to double in size for 2019
A new sourcing markets pavilion and three days of seminars covering topics from best practice and trade agreements to procurement and logistics will feature at the next Apparel Textile Sourcing Miami show.
Just Style. Thursday, 18 Oct 2018.
- The World's Most Colorful Outdoor Bazaars- and What to Buy in Each
Textiles, spices, arts and crafts: travel to these destinations for the most unique markets.
Forbes. Wednesday, 3 Oct 2018.
- Intricate church vestments go on show in London exhibition
Intricately embroidered and gold embossed textiles have gone on display in London in an exhibition looking at vestments worn in the Catholic Church between the 16th and 19th centuries.
Reuters. Tuesday, 25 Sep 2018.
- From paper to rugs, Loloi inks new kind of license
Stationary meets pillows and rugs in a new licensing partnership for Loloi. Rifle Paper Co. is translating its signature designs on its first line of finished home textiles.
Furniture Today. Monday, 17 Sep 2018.
- Jaipur Living receives ICFA Design Excellence Award
Jaipur Living, a Georgia-based rug and textile manufacturer, has been honored by the International Casual Furnishings Assn. with a Design Excellence Award.
Furniture Today. Thursday, 13 Sep 2018.
- Japan's crown prince opens France trip with children, museum
LYON, France (AP) - Crown Prince Naruhito, Japan's next emperor, has met with Japanese schoolchildren and toured a world-renowned textile museum during a nine-day goodwill visit to France. ...
Washington Times. Saturday, 8 Sep 2018.
- India's tax effect: Hundreds of thousands laid off despite growth
Tilak Raj Bathla's tiny weaving factory is one of the few still humming on a once busy road in the northern Indian city of Panipat, known as the country's "textile city".
Reuters. Wednesday, 5 Sep 2018.
- This bright blue dye is found in fabric: Could it also power batteries?
Methylene blue is a common ingredient in wastewater from textile mills. But scientists think it may be possible to give this industrial pollutant a second life. ...
Science Daily. Monday, 27 Aug 2018.
- The Digital Textile Printing Inks Market in Mexico to 2023: Analysis by Type and Application - ResearchAndMarkets.com
DUBLIN - The "Mexico Digital Textile Printing Inks Market by Type and Application - Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2015-2023" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. ... ...
Business Wire. Friday, 10 Aug 2018.
- Reality Check: Why some African countries don't want charity clothes
Giving away your old clothes has consequences for African countries trying to develop their own textile industries.
BBC News. Friday, 27 Jul 2018.
- Making thread in Bronze Age Britain
Splicing technique identified on 3,800-year-old Cambridgeshire textiles made from plant fibers.
Science Daily. Thursday, 26 Jul 2018.
- Global Technical Textiles Business Update, 2018 - 2nd Edition - ResearchAndMarkets.com
DUBLIN - The "Global Technical Textiles Business Update, 2018 - Part 2" report from Textiles Intelligence Ltd. has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. ... ...
Business Wire. Tuesday, 26 Jun 2018.
- Vocations: A Scientist With a Deep Love of Textile Mills
A lab scientist at DowDuPont uses corn and sugar to develop fibers, then shepherds them to textile mills for mass production.
New York Times. Friday, 22 Jun 2018.
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