London designer Ali Namdari had the brainwave of launching his own sportswear label after getting absolutely soaked cycling home in a rainstorm one day. Continue reading “Urban jacket: the functional jacket that doesn’t look like one”
Shipping clothes and the resultant packaging waste this causes are a major headache for the fashion industry. Continue reading “A clever reusable packaging concept”
According to the German Trade Association, the HDE, online trade in Germany has grown to approx. 53.5 bn Euros. Continue reading “The digital textile industry: a better fit, less waste”
We have all heard quite a lot about wearables over the last few years. Smart tech devices have become more and more popular, particularly in the form of fitness bracelets and smart watches. Continue reading “Of wearables, e-textiles and a smart jacket”
From design to finished product: IT specialists and solution providers guide visitors to PromoTex Expo through tomorrow’s purchasing process using a QR code.
See here, what the special area “Make Your Shirt” in Hall 13 has to offer.
Workwear that has been manufactured while respecting both people and the environment also has a positive impact on the people who wear it.
A new technology from Sweden looks set to revolutionise the world of embroidery. Coloreel wants to win over the industry with a single base thread, many different colours and reduced machine setup time.
Multi-Plot has developed an innovative system for all-over digital printing on socks.
A Berlin-based startup develops personalised textile designs with AI with a view to also revolutionising the manufacturing process.
As a partner of the Academy for Textile Finishing, PromoTex Expo supports continuing education in our industry. That’s what the autumn programme will offer. Continue reading “AkaTex seminar with focus on sustainability”