Diverting textiles from landfills is more difficult and more expensive than doing so for paper and glass. A group of formerly incarcerated workers is paving the way.
Adella Colvin began her yarn-dyeing business, LolaBean Yarn Co., after noting how few makers of color there were in the industry.
Amid the global pandemic, even supply chains get sick. The director of a polyester yarn factory in Honduras describes how COVID-19 is affecting business.
After the coronavirus lockdown in China, British clothing retailers turn back to British manufacturers.
Spoiler alert: It features a clash between NASA and Playtex, the women's underwear company.
Hint: It's tariffs.
The drive for environmental sustainability will need to pick up if it is to match the industry's rapid growth.
There’s a state-run economy, where the state employs people and sends everyone official rations, and the underground economy.
Textile manufacturing defined Kannapolis for decades, but those days are gone.