Home Textiles – Supply Chain Insights
U.S. consumers spent $66.4 billion on home textile products in 2019. While a drop in spending due to the COVID-19 pandemic is expected in...
Look Who’s Flourishing on Their Golden Anniversary
Some pretty momentous events happened 50 years ago: the U.S. voting age was lowered from 21 to 18; Paul McCartney announced the Beatles were...
Connecting With the Hispanic Market
Despite divisions that seem to make headlines everyday, America continues to be the melting pot of the world. And while their growth has slowed,...
Par for the Course
Tiger Woods isn't the only recent comeback in golf. Duffers will find more cotton than has been seen in years thanks to the natural...
The Use of Natural Fibers
Consumers are an interesting bunch. They have fiber and fashion preferences, but sometimes, for reasons ranging from fit to price to convenience, they end...
What to Expect
The phrase "as soft as a baby's bottom" doesn't mean much until you actually come into contact with a newborn baby, where the difference...
Leave Comfort to Clothes
“Fashion is the armor to survive the reality of everyday life.” — Bill Cunningham
The Endless Laundry Cycle
There's an old adage about the only things for certain in life being death and taxes. Somehow, laundry got left off that list. But...
In a Winter Wonderland
Not everyone has experienced chestnuts roasting on an open fire or dashing on a one-horse open sleigh. But plenty of people have already felt...
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