Global Apparel Markets: Product Developments and Innovations, 4th Quarter 2011

Date: November 1, 2011
Pages: 10
Price:
US$ 365.00
License [?]:
Publisher: Textiles Intelligence Ltd
Report type: Strategic Report
Delivery: E-mail Delivery (PDF)
ID: GAD7C799B71EN
Leaflet:

Download PDF Leaflet

Global Apparel Markets: Product Developments and Innovations, 4th Quarter 2011
This report analyses the latest developments in cosmetotextiles, customised apparel, design software, e-commerce technology, environmentally friendly finishes, fibres and yarns for apparel, finishing methods, nanotechnology, and three-dimensional (3D) body scanners. The report includes news from the following innovative companies and organisations: Bodymetrics, Brückner Textile Technologies, Fitted Fashion, Gerber Technology, Hubei University, Innovation and Clothing Factory, Karl Mayer, The Merino Company, Novozymes, Point6, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Teijin Fibers, Twosquaremeter and UPcload.
SUMMARY

COSMETOTEXTILES

Twosquaremeter has launched a range of knitwear made from milk protein fibres and seaweed fibres which nourishes the skin

CUSTOMISED APPAREL

Fitted Fashion is using three-dimensional (3d) body scanners to create customised jeans for customers

DESIGN SOFTWARE

Gerber Technology has introduced a new version of AccuMark, its apparel design software

E-COMMERCE TECHNOLOGY

UPcload has developed new technology which captures a user’s body dimensions via a standard webcam

ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY FINISHES

Novozymes has developed a new denim biofinish called Denimax Core

FIBRES AND YARNS FOR APPAREL

Point6 has launched a range of socks made from Enciel, a white merino wool fibre developed by The Merino Company
Teijin Fibers has developed a new polyester fibre called Octa

FINISHING METHODS

Karl Mayer and Brückner Textile Technologies have developed a new method for finishing seamless warp knitted garments

NANOTECHNOLOGY

Researchers at Hubei University and Shanghai Jiao Tong University have developed a coating which eliminates the build up of dirt on cotton fabrics

THREE-DIMENSIONAL (3D) BODY SCANNERS

Bodymetrics has launched a three-dimensional (3d) body scanner for apparel stores

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1: A cross-section of Octa fibre
Skip to top


Ask Your Question

Global Apparel Markets: Product Developments and Innovations, 4th Quarter 2011
Company name*:
Contact person*:
Phone/fax*:
Email*:
Request invoice
Your enquiry:
Please click on a Check Box below to confirm you are not a robot: