Various forces affect the international trade of textiles and apparel, from the effects of the global pandemic, to government trade policies, and how the global apparel trade may be shaped in future years.
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From 7 to 9 November 2021, the world of apparel and textiles will meet in Antwerp, Belgium, for a unique double convention: the 36th World Fashion Convention on 7-8 November.
IAF is closely involved with or close to the current development of legislation or regulation that is expected to have a major impact on our industry. Perhaps the most important impending legislation is the EU’s Mandatory Due Diligence legislation which was set to be proposed by the European Commission this June, but is now expected […]
2021 Taiwan Fashion Design Award Inviting New Talents to the Stage of Taipei Fashion Week Taiwan Fashion Design Award (TFDA), a major annual event in Asia’s fashion industry, is now open for registration to worldwide new generation fashion designers. In the 35 years of history, TFDA has drawn over 14,000 participants and 90,000 works into […]
On May 19 2021, the General Assembly of IAF members unanimously chose Cem Altan to become the next President of the International Apparel Federation. During the 36th IAF Convention, to be held November 6 to 9, 2021 in Antwerp, Belgium, the current IAF President Han Bekke will hand over the IAF presidency to Cem Altan […]
Şenol Şankaya, the Yeşim Group CEO, who expressed that they continue to work as a strategic production partner of world brands in ready-to-wear and home textiles, stated that they acted with the mission of being the pioneer of the sector by following-up the technology closely since the first day they were established. Şankaya, who underlines […]
QIMA’s Q2 Barometer: As Businesses Look to Leave ‘Crisis Mode’ Behind, Diversification Continues While Ethical Compliance and Quality Take a Hit QIMA’s quarterly barometer report shares the latest global quality, compliance and trade trends based on the data analysis from tens of thousands of QIMA inspections and audits. This quarter’s barometer looks at: China’s regional […]
On the occasion of releasing its Quarterly Economic Update, EURATEX is concerned that the Covid19 crisis may soon be followed by disruptions in our global supply chains, affecting the competitiveness of our industry. Economic data up to December 2020 reflect a dramatic contraction in demand and production of textile and clothing items, caused by the […]
The total attendance of the “Russian Week of Textile and Light Industry” reached 15,500 people , including representatives of the authorities of the Russian Federation, official ministries and departments from Russia, Turkey, Italy, the Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Uzbekistan, the Republic of Kazakhstan and other countries of the world. All this inspires confidence that manufacturers […]
The Manufacturers Payment and Delivery Terms Initiative has taken an important step yesterday, concluding its phase 1 during its second Global Working Group Meeting.