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VF has a vision for circular supply chains – it just needs them to scale up 1 Feb 2019

More than a year into its new global sustainability and responsibility strategy, apparel giant VF Corp is helping to drive efforts to lead large scale commercialisation of circular business models. But as Anna Maria Rugarli, senior director of sustainability and responsibility for EMEA at VF International, explains, the current supply chain still lacks many of the key links needed to make circularity work.


Sustainable fibres, finishes, printing and processes at ITMA 30 Nov 2015

Some of the most exciting developments on show at this month's ITMA international textile and garment machinery exhibition had a sustainability edge, from using fewer resources to reducing waste and speeding up processes. Here, we take a look at a few of the innovations launched.


'Made in Italy' thrives without EU label law 13 May 2011

After a period of decline the Italian clothing and textile industry is again winning plaudits by playing its trump card: 'Made in Italy'. Joe Ayling reports on the significance of 'Made in' labels to Italy, and how a stable of luxury brands has conserved the country's reputation for quality.


Italian yarn industry in optimistic mood 9 May 2011

The recovery in EU textile and clothing production and trade, which was apparent in 2010 and is set to continue in 2011 and 2012, reflects a mood of optimism in the Italian yarn industry according to a new report.


SNAPSHOT: The Italian retail market 7 Oct 2010

This week the Warnaco Group acquired 22 Calvin Klein Jeans retail stores and related assets from its largest Italian franchise partner, L'Innominato S.p.A, a part of the Percassi Group. With the help of Euromonitor International, just-style takes a look at the Italian retail market.

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Offsetting helps Gucci to carbon neutral supply chain 13 Sep 2019

Gucci is offsetting all remaining greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions annually from its own operations and the entire supply chain – in a move the luxury fashion brand claims will make it carbon neutral.


Candiani SpA scoops ITMA sustainability award 21 Jun 2019

Italian denim producer Candiani SpA has been recognised at one of the world's leading textile and garment technology exhibitions, ITMA 2019, for its Re-Gen is a ‘circular denim’ fabric which is made from from regenerated and recycled raw materials.


Fulgar implements traceability tool in yarn tech 7 Jun 2019

Synthetic yarn manufacturer Fulgar is adding a traceability tool to its sustainable Q-Nova technology that will allow verification of the authenticity of the yarn's recycled origins. 


Stone Island latest to join ZDHC group 5 Jun 2019

Luxury men's apparel brand Stone Island is among three new companies to have committed to the Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals (ZDHC) group.


Benetton eyeing 100% sustainable cotton by 2025 3 Jun 2019

Italian fashion company Benetton Group says it is aiming for all its cotton products to be sustainable by 2025.


Italian acquisition forms luxury trim and packaging supplier 8 May 2019

A private equity firm has acquired three Italian businesses – Cadica, Tessilgraf and Bernini – that will form a combined trim and packaging supplier to the premium and luxury fashion industry.


Digital innovation key to more sustainable workflow 1 Feb 2019

Today's textile and clothing sector is essentially on a fast track, where mass-production has led to overproduction, and where unthinkable quantities of unsold garments are discarded every day. Yet the industry is also ready to deploy emerging technologies to build, and more importantly, maintain a more sustainable workflow, according to a new white paper published on just-style.


Italy’s Finest Shoes modernises systems ahead of expansion 29 Jan 2019

Italian footwear firm Finest Shoes is preparing for international expansion with help from business cloud software to support strategic decision making, enhance visibility and boost production.


Macron selects PLM to track supplier information 28 Nov 2018

Italian sportswear firm Macron has invested in a PLM system to better track raw material and supplier information across its supply chain.


Dyestuffs made from textile waste set to be scaled up 1 Nov 2018

Italian textile chemical company Officina+39 is preparing to scale-up production of its Recycrom colour powders made from 100% textile waste.

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New customisable options for consumers 9 Oct 2018

Italian sportswear firm CP Company is looking to tap into the growing demand for customisable apparel with a 'Bespoke' project that allows customers to select their preferred colour in its signature goggle lens hoodie.


How social media is forcing apparel brands to think green 12 Sep 2018

Social media, since its evolution, has undoubtedly changed the world as we know it.