Lyocell Fiber Market for Apparels, Home Textiles – Trends and Forecast By 2020

Lyocell fibers are used in several end-user industries such as home textiles, apparel, medical equipment, and nonwoven apparel such as baby diapers. Products such as casual wear; high-end designer clothes, sportswear, home textiles (including bedsheets, curtains, drapes, and carpets) and other products (such as medical gloves and surgical equipment) are made from lyocell fibers. With … Read more Lyocell Fiber Market for Apparels, Home Textiles – Trends and Forecast By 2020

A note to Shiva by Ashima Leena at AIFW

Designer Leena Singhshowcased her Charukesha collection at the Fall Winter installment of Amazon India Fashion Week. The collection was inspired by blue pottery and Shiva’s jatadhari edifice that visually reflected in the collection. Overall, the collection was a mix of sculptured skirts, pashmina blouses, tribal gilets and asymmetric kurtas. Charukesha, in broader terms signifies an … Read more A note to Shiva by Ashima Leena at AIFW

Fight Acne by Going Natural

Go green to eliminate red spots from your face. Natural packs made of fruits, herbs can help in getting rid of acne. Chandrika Mahendra, senior research scientist, R&D, The Himalaya Drug Company, shares few home remedies for treating acne. Aloe Vera-turmeric pack: Aloe vera is rich in enzymes, polysaccharides and nutrients that exhibit antibacterial and … Read more Fight Acne by Going Natural

Delta Apparel’s Q2 Boosted By Junk Food Sale, Higher Margins

Delta Apparel Inc. reported net earnings rose 32.4 percent in its second quarter ended April 1, thanks to a gain on the sale of Junk Food. Excluding the gain, however, the company still showed a 10 percent profit increase as margins expanded across its business. Earnings reached $4.5 million, or 58 cents a share, in … Read more Delta Apparel’s Q2 Boosted By Junk Food Sale, Higher Margins