The Week in Denim: Cone Denim Introduces Socially Sustainable S Gene+ Fabrics

January 30, 2018 - fall Denim

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4 head-to-toe conform trends for Spring ’19


Sharon Graubard, Mintmoda owner and artistic director, brought to life 4 fabric, conform and shoes trend stories for Spring ’19 at Première Vision New York. (Read More)

Cone Denim introduces tolerable S Gene+ Fabrics


Cone Denim announced a new partnership with Thread International to enhance a S Gene collection with post-consumer recycled content. (Read More)

Slideshow: Men’s European runway denim report


Denim was distinguished in engineer collections from Milan and Paris Fashion Week Men’s Fall/Winter 2018 and it falls in one of dual buckets: slim and neat, or saturated and loud. (Read More)

Cone Denim talks Future Black and beyond


Though Cone Denim recently announced that it would stop prolongation in a 110-year-long using White Oak indent in Greensboro, North Carolina, Cone still has skeleton to broach on bringing high quality, innovative denim by their expertise with their prolongation comforts in Mexico and China. (Read More)

Project NY Report: Jean jackets and denim alternatives


Jean jackets, new colors and non-denim bottoms were among a strongest Fall ’18 men’s stories entrance out of Project in New York City. (Read More)

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