Fashion consultant and television personality Tim Gunn thinks it’s time clothing designers offered styles that work for everybody -- not only extremely thin models. After all, the average American woman is between sizes 16 and 18, or what the industry…
By PBS NewsHour
Indigo dye for clothing is a lot older than the invention of blue jeans -- almost 6,000 years older, to be exact. The scientists behind the discovery say this blue scrap of fabric may rewrite the history of clothing.
By Leigh Anne Tiffany
Voormi transforms locally sourced Rocky Mountain sheep wool into high-end outdoor clothing. But the Colorado startup is also hoping to help transform rural communities into small manufacturing hubs, where economic development is needed the most. Hari Sreenivasan reports.
By PBS NewsHour
As consumers call for more sustainable products, companies are experimenting with ways to meet the growing demand for recycled clothing while maintaining their bottom lines.
By Gretchen Frazee
By Alexandra Sarabia
Los Angeles-based clothing manufacturer American Apparel filed for bankruptcy protection on Monday morning.
After Factory Disaster, Bangladesh NGO Offers Support to Improve Work Conditions…
The collapse of a garment factory in Bangladesh claimed more than a thousand lives and put industry working conditions into sharp focus. Laura Kuenssberg of Independent Television News examines the low wages of workers, whether retailers have begun deliver any…
The families of 112 garment workers in Bangladesh mourned the loss of their loved ones from a fire in November at a fashion apparel factory outside the capital of Dhaka. Hari Sreenivasan reports on the protests sparked by locked emergency…
'Yves Saint Laurent: The Retrospective' at the Denver Art Museum…
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