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The Week in Denim: Why Premium Denim Designers Love Cone

Wrangler launches pilot program for sustainable US cotton supply

Wrangler’s new sustainability project supports the first link in the denim supply chain. The company announced Wednesday the launch of a pilot program to help U.S. cotton farmers reach the next level in sustainable growing practices. (Read More)

Why premium denim designers love Cone

Brands’ love for Cone extends across the ocean. (Read More)

Levi’s celebrates partnership with National Center for Lesbian Rights

The Levi Strauss Foundation served as an event sponsor at last weekend’s 40th anniversary of the National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR) event in San Francisco. (Read More)

Guess reports small net revenue bump in Q1, despite lag in American sales

Guess released its first quarter 2018 results, showing a small increase in net revenue despite a lag in American sales. (Read More)

Berto goes organic with bio eco denim

With 130 years of business under its belt, Berto has proved to be a sustainable player in the denim market. The Italian mill is now working to ensure its manufacturing practices yield sustainable products. (Read More)

Have we reached peak streetwear?

Does mainstream interest mean these labels have lost all connection to their anti-establishment origins? (Read More)