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The Week in Denim: The Sustainable Angle Looks to Shift Denim’s Ethos

Denim Première Vision wants to be a resource for all


For 10 years Denim Première Vision has been a witness to the denim industry’s evolution. The upcoming edition taking place at the Paris Event Center Nov. 14-15 is a culmination of change with dual events geared toward denim pure players, up-and-coming designers and for the first time, consumers. (Read More)

Jeanologia urges Bangladesh’s denim industry to collaborate


For the first time, sustainable technology company Jeanologia gathered agents involved in the Bangladeshi textile industry to create a 100 percent “Made in Bangladesh” collection. (Read More)

The Sustainable Angle looks to shift denim’s ethos


Sustainability is very clearly becoming the new black when it comes to fashion, and innovators in the denim space are each playing their role to lower the favored fabric’s impact on the environment. (Read More)

Levi’s Collaboratory fellowship takes on climate control


Levis Strauss and Company (LS&Co.) is taking on climate change. A vocal advocate for environmental protection, LS&Co. announced Thursday that the second year of the company’s Collaboratory fellowship will focus on ways to reduce the apparel industry’s climate impact. (Read More)

Archroma Pakistan wins ‘Employer of the Year’ award


Color and specialty chemicals company Archroma announced last week that its Pakistan affiliate has been named ‘Employer of the Year’ in the multinationals segment in a nationwide contest organized by the Employers Federation of Pakistan (EFP). (Read More)

How one man’s denim stash helped Levi’s launch an authorized vintage business


Levi’s announced the launch of Levi’s Authorized Vintage, a new business offering consumers direct access to authentic vintage Levi’s from the brand itself. (Read More)