Week In Fabric :: 11 October 2017
What's Inspiring Us From The Global Material Landscape
H&M Invests In Breakthrough Technology For Textile Recycling
Fashion Tech Lab Unveils The Materials of The Future in Paris
Fashion luminaries from Stella McCartney to Diane Von Furstenburg gathered at Google’s Paris Arts & Culture Center to see what the future of material innovation had in store for luxury brands of the future.
Japanese Fabrics and Inspiration Take Center Stage at Milan Fashion Week
It’s no secret that we love Japanese fabrics here at Le Souk. As such, we were crushing on Gabriele Colangelo’s showing at Milan Fashion Week which truly showcased Japanese textiles in their finest form.
Raymond, The Premier Indian Mill, Launches Handspun Khadi
One of India’s premier mills, Raymond, together with the global authority on merino wool, launched an exclusive collection of handspun wool created by clusters of artisans across the country. The collaboration promotes the best of Made in Australia & Made in India.
Meet The Australian Couple Who’s Keeping The Cashmere Textile Industry Alive
The textile supply chain is convoluted, and while much of the raw wool we wear comes from Australia & New Zealand, very little of the fabric is actually made in those countries. That’s because the raw wool lint is exported to markets like Italy & China for spinning and weaving. This article highlights one Australian couple who’s keeping the cashmere industry alive - from lint to fabric - in Australia.