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The Week in Denim: DNA Textile Group Closes Denim Business Unit

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Guess continues to struggle with North American sales


Guess saw international growth in the third quarter of fiscal year 2018, but experienced a few hiccups in North American sales. (Read More)

Levi’s x Thread Design competition focuses on Levi’s engineered jeans


Levi’s teams up with Arts Thread Design, an online worldwide portfolio hosting website for students, for the pair’s third installment of the Levi’s x Arts Thread Design competition. (Read More)

DNA Textile Group closes denim business unit


Due to sagging demand and low selling prices, DNA Textile Group announced Tuesday that the company will be exiting the denim business by the end of January 2018. (Read More)

Cone and Unifi introduce new performance denim


Unifi is expanding their collaboration with Cone Denim. The recycled performance fibers company announced Tuesday that Cone Denim is introducing S Gene with Repreve. The collection will be available at Kingpins New York, November 29-30. (Read More)

Where to find denim inspiration in New York City


Europe tends to be the go-to for denim inspiration, but there’s lots to kindle creativity right in the United States—New York City in particular. (Read More)

What they wore: Kingpins New York


Denimheads dressed in low-key, laidback fashion for Kingpins New York held at Basketball City, November 29-30. (Read More)

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