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This Week in Denim: Mott & Bow Now Ships Internationally

Team USA sports Cone Denim

Olympic Cone DenimWe could have guessed that Polo Ralph Lauren partnered with Cone Denim to create the white selvedge jeans Team USA wore Friday during the Olympic Opening Ceremony in Rio de Janeiro. The mill confirmed its role in developing the uniform on its website. (Read More)

Velour by Nostalgi premiers sustainable denim line

Velour by NostalgiSwedish menswear brand Velour by Nostalgi is debuting a new, sustainable denim line made with recycled fabric. The fabric was developed in cooperation with Svanen, the Nordic ecolabelling company, which concentrates on sustainable materials and the health of workers and consumers. (Read More)

Denim dapples in performance

Denim Dapples In PerformanceDenim is no longer the staid—though beloved—blue jean fabric it once was; the American wardrobe favorite has been redefined thanks to new fibers and prime pairings. (Read More)

Mott & Bow started shipping internationally

Mott & BowLucky 23—that’s the number of countries Mott & Bow now serves. The disruptive, direct-to-consumer brand, which recently added women’s denim to the mix, announced last Tuesday that it has started shipping internationally. (Read More)

Jeanologia to present “One Glass, One Garment” at Magic

JeanologiaJeanologia will present its new “One Glass, One Garment” finishing process for the first time in the U.S. at Sourcing at Magic in Las Vegas, Aug. 14-17. (Read More)

Fashion to Figure launches “How We Do Denim” campaign

Fashion to FigureFashion to Figure, the plus size apparel label launched by the great-grandsons of Lena H. Bryant, unveiled its “How We Do Denim” campaign for its new jeans collection. (Read More)

Video: Liberty Fairs NYC x NYFW: Men’s

Liberty Fairs NYC X NYFW Men’sLiberty Fairs New York City and NYFW: Men’s kicked off the summer market season with forward-thinking designs, dual gender presentations and theatrics. (Read More)