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- 'If it's broken, fix it' - The shop trying to fix throwaway culture
Glasgow social enterprise Remade Network fixes everything from phones to textiles
to help reduce our impact on the environment.
BBC News. Monday, 26 Jul 2021.
- Inside the unprepared city that 'has to change' after devastating floods leave lives in ruin
Verviers is nicknamed the water capital of its region because the city used the River Meuse to build its wealth in the textile
Sky News. Saturday, 17 Jul 2021.
- Italy is stopping its Presena Glacier from melting by covering the massive ice sheet with a TARP
The giant tarp is made of geotextile tarpaulins that reflect sunlight, maintaining a temperature lower than the external one, and thus preserving as much snow as possible through the summer.
Daily Mail. Wednesday, 14 Jul 2021.
- CEO Secrets: 'Don't sell your technology too early'
The CEO of an eco-friendly textiles
firm advises holding out for the biggest customer you can find.
BBC News. Wednesday, 14 Jul 2021.
- GAP pulls UK and Ireland brick-and-mortar stores while looking for new partner offerings
brand will continue to have online sales despite physically withdrawing from the British Isles.
Entrepreneur. Monday, 5 Jul 2021.
- "Reminiscent": How One Designer Used Scented Textiles to Capture the Fragrances of Home
For her project 'Reminiscent,' designer Pallavi Padukone infused textiles
with smells that remind her of people and places from her home in India.
Mental Floss. Thursday, 24 Jun 2021.
- Cancelled by the Royal Academy: Jess De Wahls was banned for her views on the transgender issue
The Royal Academy of Arts has apologised to textile
artist Jess De Wahls, from Berlin, after it made a decision to 'cancel' her last week following a concerted campaign by trans rights activists.
Daily Mail. Wednesday, 23 Jun 2021.
- Industry attacks travel changes, G7 targets tech tax-avoiders, and textiles get 21st century twist
The travel industry counts the cost of tourists fleeing Portugal, G7 urged to tackle tax avoidance by tech firms, and the British company taking textiles
and giving them a 21st century twist.
Sky News. Friday, 4 Jun 2021.
- Mexico accuses cultural appropriation of Zara, Anthropologie and Patowl brands
The Ministry of Culture asked for explanations for the copying of different textile
designs from indigenous communities.
Entrepreneur. Monday, 31 May 2021.
- 5 Textile - Apparel Stocks to Buy on Robust Industry Trends
- Apparel Stocks to Buy on Robust Industry Trends
Zacks. Wednesday, 12 May 2021.
- Almanac: The Luddites
An anti-technological innovation movement was born on March 11, 1811, when textile
workers in Nottingham, England, destroyed machines they believed threatened their livelihoods. Jane Pauley reports.
CBS News. Wednesday, 12 May 2021.
- A father and daughter's artistic collaboration
For years the relationship between photographer William Eggleston and his daughter, fabric designer Andra Eggleston, was strained - until she came up with an idea: transform her father's abstract drawings into textiles. ...
CBS News. Sunday, 18 Apr 2021.
- Textile-Home Furnishing Industry Looks Great: 3 Stocks to Watch
Textile-Home Furnishing Industry Looks Great: 3 Stocks to Watch
Zacks. Thursday, 25 Mar 2021.
- Rare Scraps of Mineralized Anglo-Saxon Textiles Found in England
Archaeologists unearthed the cloth, as well as 3,000 grave goods and assorted ancient structures, ahead of construction
Smithsonian. Friday, 29 Jan 2021.
- This Startup Aims To Recycle Textiles Better
Recycling clothes is a complex job. This startup raised $8 million from Patagonia and Marubeni to make a dent in the global textile
Forbes. Wednesday, 27 Jan 2021.
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