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Spring-Summer collection from SPACES Home & Beyond
SPACES Home & Beyond -- the retail Home Textile fashion brand by Welspun Group, has launched its latest Spring-Summer 2015 collection. Inspired by today's fast paced culture, the new range emphasizes greatly on technological breakthroughs and hi-performance features.
Welspun Global Brands pays an ode to the innovative mind
Welspun Global Brands Ltd, India's largest specialty company in the home furnishing segment, launched their new Spring-Summer 2015 catalogue of its domestic brands – SPACES Home & Beyond and Welhome. The catalogue for both the brands speaks about the evolutionary spirit and the essence of Life that has on natural spontaneity.
"Digital printing has no limitation in design"
Textile entrepreneurs now are investing heavily in digital technology, which is the fastest growing method of printing textiles. The market for digital printing technologies is moving out of the preliminary laps and gaining momentum in India.
Giant brands make big leap
The CMAI’s Apparel Index for the third quarter, FY2014-15 from October to December 2014, with overall Apparel Index value up at 5.01, once again revealed the low sentiment among small brands, those with turnovers of Rs 10 to 25 crore.
Value addition, logistics need to improve: TAI meet
The Textile Association of India´s (TAI) annual conference with the theme, ´Indian Textiles - The way Forward´, held at the Hotel The Lalit, in Mumbai, was a splendid event with a series of impressive presentations in three sessions.
Big brands grow by 9.98 points: CMAI Apparel Index
CMAI's Apparel Index this Quarter (July-Sept Q2 FY 2014-15) clearly sets apart the performance of two sets of brands. First, the ´Big Brands´, those with a turnover of Rs 25 crore
Winning in the US activewear market
Cotton Incorporated´s Customer Comments Research´ study reveals that synthetic activewear is significantly more likely than cotton activewear to have customer complaints about irritation related to itching, scratching, and chaffing.
Fashion brands flouting safety norms in China?
Four foreign fast-fashion brands were named in Chinas top five worst in terms of safety among imported clothing, the countrys quality watchdog announced recently. Forever 21, Zara, H&M and Mango were the most frequently found to fail quality