Gold Star Tool has the instruments to add these touches for designers who want to make waves and add a little flair.
A reporter for Huffington Post recently claimed that leather fashions are "going to be huge" for the Fall/Winter 2012-13 season. CNBC similarly reported that, perhaps taking its cue from 50 Shades of Grey, leather and lace styles (as well as non-fabric materials like plastics, neoprene, and rubber) are trending for Spring 2013.
Young entrepreneur Anthony Rosa is building a fashion empire on the tip of a Peruvian janitor. Rosa, the president and CEO of Global Sourcing & Enterprise Apparel (GSEA) Fashion Group, LLC, had spent six years in China learning the apparel manufacturing industry inside and out, and by 2007 he was ready to start his own factory. A chance conversation with an office custodian from Peru led Rosa to that country, where he proceeded to build his factory brick by brick.
MH Industry, China's largest garment accessories manufacturer and tailoring materials supplier, is taking a leading role in integrating environmental practices in its business, thus to advocate eco-friendly fashion in textile industry. The major steps will be firstly used in its sewing thread and embroidery thread products.
Hanesbrands Inc. (NYSE: HBI) recently announced that production has resumed at its Haitian contract sewing operations affected by the Jan. 12 earthquake, putting hundreds of employees back to work as the country tries to rebuild its economy.
“We are very thankful that our major contract partners have the wherewithal to resume production, providing critical jobs for employees who are seeking to recover from the aftermath of the earthquake”
At Apparel Search we cater to the fashion industry. However, we also receive correspondence from people that are not actually in the industry but are very interested in the craft of sewing clothing. The people are some times referenced as home sewers.
Juki Corporation (TOKYO:6440)(ISIN:JP3390400004), the global leader in industrial sewing machines, is pleased to announce that it will release the Exceed Series of home sewing machines from September. The Exceed Series is the result of a fundamental review of core "sewing" functions and uses JUKI’s market-proven technologies used in JUKI’s industrial sewing machines, the industry leader in international markets. The series consists of 3 models, HZL-F300, HZL-F400 and HZL-F600 and targets home decoration and quilting markets, as well as all levels of sewing enthusiasts. The Exceed Series boasts of superior material feeding and stitch quality compared to other sewing machines currently sold in the market. It can accommodate material thickness ranging from light- to heavy-weight, and users will appreciate its high seam quality and sewing performance. The Exceed Series has sewing area of 203mm (W) by 112mm (H) from the right side of machine body to the center of the needle to make material handling easier. With available wide table, users can enjoy much wider, flatter and larger work bed.
Recently celebrating the production of their 50 millionth machine, Janome America, Inc., a leading manufacturer of home sewing machines, takes another revolutionary step in the sewing industry with the introduction of the Memory Craft 11000 Special Edition (MC11000 Special Edition). This versatile machine is three sewing machines in one with new advanced features and options that will leave quilters everywhere astounded by its sophistication while leaving sewist and embroidery enthusiasts in awe.
Janome America, Inc., a leading manufacturer of home sewing machines, announced today the production of their 50 millionth sewing machine. A crowning achievement in the sewing machine industry, Janome’s 50 millionth machine represents a rich history of company pride and a world-renowned reputation for excellence.
New Embroidery and Monogramming Designs Beautifully Enhance and Personalize Sewing and Embroidery Projects for New and Experienced Sewers
Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Inc. (MSLO) (NYSE: MSO) and SVP Worldwide, owner of SINGER®, HUSQVARNA VIKING®, and PFAFF® sewing machine brands, announced yesterday the new Martha Stewart Embroidery line.
Classic Embroidery Patterns, the first in a series of embroidery designs produced by MSLO and SVP Worldwide, provide designs for monogramming and frame, border, and corner artwork that allow for further enhancement and personalization of sewing and embroidery projects. These patterns include Scallop, Laurel, and Twist, three simple, graceful embellishments inspired by timeless embroidery patterns, as well as an elegant font—custom-designed to Martha’s specifications—for creating clean, beautiful monograms.
Deemed the machine that belongs in the sewing room of every serious quilter and seamstress, the PQ1500S from Brother International Corporation was put to the test by Francesa Sterlacci, former Chairperson of New York's Fashion Institute of Technology and current instructor at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. Touting one of the fastest sewing speeds in the market and the ability to stitch a variety of fabrics with precision, the PQ1500S passed a rigorous fashion critique ultimately earning the prestigious approval of Sterlacci.
Sewing Machine Giant to Integrate Advertising on Popular ThreadBanger Network
Janome America, Inc., a leading manufacturer of home sewing machines, joins forces with Next New Networks and their hit online television network, ThreadBanger, the first network for people who create their own fashion, for an advertising partnership. The advertising campaign will include sponsored segments during ThreadHeads, the network’s weekly flagship program, as well as regular promotional elements within the show. Janome will also have a sponsorship presence on the ThreadBanger website and across ThreadBanger's super-distributed network, which includes a popular YouTube channel and iTunes video podcast.
Sustainable fashion is fashion that is designed to be environmentally friendly. Fashion designers have recently adopted the idea of sustainability, using more environmentally-friendly materials and methods in clothing production like reduction in wastage, reduction in chemical usage, usage of scrap fabric, gunny bags etc. But are the apparel made out of them actually wearable? Yes, the answer is Dpol technology which can produce ecoi friendly garments which can actually divert us to sustainability keeping the costs low, so as to influence the fashion market on a big picture