Fibre2fashion Magazine with a global circulation of 9,000 copies and a readership of 28,000 readers per issue disseminates latest information & developments in the worldwide textiles & apparel industry and also the latest in information technology.
The news and articles in the magazine covers the entire textile value-chain beginning from raw materials to yarn to fabric to clothing to fashion and retail.
In the special features column, the January 2013 issue explores the impact of US-Vietnam relations on the global textile trade considering that the two countries are negotiating the Trans-Pacific partnership.
The face2face column carries an exclusive interview with Mr Greg Combet – Minister of Industry & Innovation – Australia who considers economic conversions evolving in Asia as historic developments.
Another interesting feature is a debate on ‘Banning textile exports or imports’ in which global experts discuss the merits and demerits of a ban.
An article on intelligent textiles or functional clothing particularly that manages moisture makes for interesting reading. The article shares in detail the innovations, types of technology available and the market to produce moisture management apparel.
The column on fashion retailing traces the evolution of retailing since trading began till date. It summarizes that the driving force behind transformation of the retail industry is the customer’s emphasis on fashion.
There is a special section on the burgeoning technical textiles and nonwovens industry which dwells on news which made it to the headlines from the sector. Also read the exclusive global market watch synopsis which pieces together the price trends of the most important raw materials in the textile value-chain.
Apart from the above, are interesting news from Asia and the rest of the world relating to recent developments in the textile and apparel industry.
Read Fibre2fashion magazine every month to keep abreast of the latest happenings and developments in the world of textiles, clothing, retail, fashion, information technology and also technical textiles.
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