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The Week in Denim: Wrangler Joins Field to Market to Advance Sustainable Cotton

American Eagle Outfitters debuts its largest denim line

American Eagle Outfitters unveiled its largest denim offering to-date in time for back-to-school shopping. (Read More)

Denim PV talks trends in New York

Denim Première Vision is hitting the road. (Read More)

True Religion files for Chapter 11

Jeans maker and retailer True Religion announced Wednesday that it has filed for Chapter 11 and signed a restructuring agreement with most of its lenders. (Read More)

Wrangler joins Field to Market to advance sustainable cotton

Wrangler has a multi-prong plan to increase the supply of sustainable cotton in the U.S. The Greensboro, North Carolina-based denim brand announced Thursday it has joined Field to Market: The Alliance for Sustainable Agriculture as an associate member. (Read More)

Arvind brings water-saving technology to Ethiopian Mills

India-based Arvind Limited is investing in Ethiopia. The textile manufacturer announced a partnership with the Government of Ethiopia (GoE) to install new water-saving technology in Ethiopian industrial parks. (Read More)

Artist Ian Berry turns old denim into new art

For Ian Berry, a photo is worth a thousand layers of denim. (Read More)

Raf Simons brings his creative edge to music

The Calvin Klein chief creative officer collaborated with the music group, The xx, on the creative concept and direction for the music video for the band’s latest song “I Dare You.” (Read More)