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M. Patmos, Public School Talk Woolmark Wins

The U.S. labels brought home the regional award of the International Woolmark Prize Monday night, propelling them into the international spotlight.

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Woolmark Reveals European Winners

Germany’s Augustin Teboul and Denmark’s Asger Juel Larsen took the women’s and men’s awards, respectively.

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Telling the Textile Tale: Denim Focus Turns to Fabric

With jeans again focused more on fit and fabric and less on color, there’s a push for the branding of denim.

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Wearable Tech Still Seeks Its Place

The true believers were out in force at the Smart Fabrics and Wearable Technology Conference in San Francisco last week.

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Cotton Programs Have Green Thumb

From Australia to Africa, cotton takes eco-friendly approach.

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Rahul Mishra Nabs Woolmark Prize

The Delhi-based designer’s capsule range is to be carried by international retail partners.

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Mohair Touted as Sustainable Luxe Fiber

An investors’ conference kicked off the 2013 International Mohair Summit held in Jansenville, South Africa, the heart of mohair country.

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Raf Simons in Textile Collaboration

The Belgian designer is to unveil a collection for the Danish fabric-maker Kvadrat in February, WWD has learned.

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Spring 2014 Collections: Heavy Handed

Fur. Suede. Double-faced wool. They’re generally suited to winter months—unless, that is, you’ve seen the most recent spring collections.

CFDA Partners With Source4Style

Members will have concierge-level access to the online sourcing marketplace, which showcases leading textile mills in 36 countries.

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New Buying Patterns Emerge at L.A. Textile Show

From trend varieties to shifts in sourcing plans, buyers are taking fresh paths.

Texworld Teams With Manufacture NY

The collaboration will begin at the next Texworld USA show in January.

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