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  I'd like to begin this blog post with a tale from American history. On the morning of April 22, 1889, thousands of people from all... MORE

Global cotton prices continued to drop in May, completing the month at 60 percent below pricing from the previous year. The 7-market average U.S. spot... MORE

As China continues its rapid economic growth, the costs of apparel production continue to rise. The cost of living in China is increasing—and so are... MORE

Recent stories from the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC) and EcoTextile News demonstrate a growing concern for pollution and chemicals in the... MORE

While at the Ethical Sourcing Forum 2012, WRAP CEO Avedis Seferian was interviewed about WRAP, social compliance, fire safety and the business benefits of ethical... MORE

Apparel supply chains can be affected by everything—from factory issues to the cost of transportation and everything in between.Fiber prices—most notably cotton and wool—experienced massive... MORE

Editor's Note: This article was written by Patrick Lamson-Hall for the Sourcing Journal on  Tuesday February 21, 2012, and republished here with the owner's permission.In... MORE

Taking a break from the five-day social compliance course at the Amsterdam Fashion Institute (AMFI), our communications manager, Cori Sue Morris, sat down for a... MORE

Twice a year, WRAP staff head to Las Vegas for MAGIC , the largest apparel trade show in the United States. WRAP has been a... MORE

Editor’s Note: This is the fifth and final installment of a five-day look into one of WRAP’s most exciting training courses, taught by our Vice... MORE

By: Matt Boyce, Online Marketing Specialist, TigerTradeEditor’s Note: This is the first post from our friends over at Tiger Trade as part of a content-sharing... MORE

By Hong MeiMAGIC is right around the corner.  You are ready to fly to Las Vegas and hope to get some orders to take home. ... MORE

We recently visited the South Indian town of... MORE
During the closing years of the 20th century,... MORE
As a global society, we spend a lot... MORE
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