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Dirty Linen?
http://www.fibre2fashion.com/industry-article/8062/dirty-linen
Linen used to be the widely used textile material for apparel clothing for ages, owing to its strength, durability and long-lasting property. The last few decades have witnessed revival of linen and
Natural Yet Unsustainable!
http://www.fibre2fashion.com/industry-article/8449/natural-yet-unsustainable
Edward Menezes suggests a judicious approach towards advocating any specific type of colourant as natural dyes also have their disadvantages. Looking good and feeling nice is a basic need for the
Pineapple fibre: fruit of the loom
http://www.fibre2fashion.com/industry-article/7798/pineapple-fibre-fruit-of-the-loom
The world is moving towards sustainable material for a better future. That is what makes pineapple fibre important, says Vanali Ballikar. The world is moving towards sustainable material for a better
Corn husk fibre for production of green fabrics
http://www.fibre2fashion.com/industry-article/7884/corn-husk-fibre-for-production-of-green-fabrics
The humble corn plant may hold the answer to the future of nutrition and sustainable fashion, say Harshita Chaudhary, Navneet Kaur and M.S. Parmar
Eco Fibres on the Rise: Report Forecasts $69 Billion by 2025
http://www.fibre2fashion.com/industry-article/8595/eco-fibers-on-the-rise-report-forecasts-69-billion-by-2025
The worldwide eco fiber market is expected to reach $69.0 billion by 2025. The key forces expected to drive this growth include the rise of online fashion retail, a continued worldwide trend toward
Agro- residues: Beyond waste, potential fibres for textile industry
http://www.fibre2fashion.com/industry-article/7805/agro-residues-beyond-waste-potential-fibers-for-textile-industry
Do we need to shift our focus from traditional natural cellulosic textile fibres to innovative textile fibres like bagasse, pineapple leaf, cornhusk, water hyacinth? Preeti Kaur Sachdeva, Dr. Bhawana
Natural Dyes
http://www.fibre2fashion.com/industry-article/92/natural-dyes
Natural Dyes
In the nature of things
http://www.fibre2fashion.com/industry-article/8043/in-the-nature-of-things
Jaya Jaitly argues that the use of natural fibres and colours, produced ethically and sustainably, could be called the ultimate form of luxury in the world of fashion.
Dyeing with herbs: Infusing medicine into textiles
http://www.fibre2fashion.com/industry-article/7750/dyeing-with-herbs-infusing-medicine-into-textiles
A group of weavers in Kerala is charting a new chapter in sustainable textiles by making their own version of medicinal clothing using their traditional way.
Eco - Friendly Dye from Industrial Waste
http://www.fibre2fashion.com/industry-article/5701/eco-friendly-dye-from-industrial-waste
Environmental issues are becoming more crucial all over the world. Natural dyes due to their eco-friendly nature create superior value to the textile substrate.
 
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