Textile World 's 2003 economic forecast predicts a rosier outlook for the US textile industry in the coming year - with the right approach.
Brad Van Liew aboard the “Tommy Hilfiger Freedom America.” Currently competing in the Around Alone 2002-03 race, the yacht is equipped with sails made with Honeywell Specialty Materials’ Spectra® high-performance fiber.
Ken Kunberger (left), president, Burlington WorldWide, North America; and Peter Liu, president, Burlington WorldWide.
Jeffrey S. Lorberbaum,
president and CEO,
Mohawk Industries Inc.
Shanghai is the venue for the biennial trade show ShanghaiTex 2003, the 10th International Exhibition on Textile Industry.
Springs Industries Inc., recipient of the Textile World 2003 Innovation Award, manufactures home and institutional towels, among other products.
The Textile World International Buyers’ Guide is your key to business opportunities in the global textile marketplace.
A recent ready-to-wear fashion forecast workshop led by DuPont Textiles and Interiors' (DTI) Roseann Forde included this "Creative Energy" style.
This issue of Textile World features extensive previews of major exhibitors at ITMA, to be held October 22-29, at the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, England.
Bullring, Birmingham, England, is the city’s newest shopping destination. Created by sculptor Laurence Broderick, the bronze bull greets visitors as they enter the main gateway to Bullring, just off Rotunda Square.
Mac Bridger, president and CEO, Tandus, parent company of C&A Floorcoverings
Swimwear by Christina America Inc. (SEA Division), featuring RadiciSpandex Corp.'s Type S-17B spandex.